@psawyer and nureat01 AMAZING analysis guys...I agree with everything
my take on the episode- yeah it was filled with bloopers and 100 year old background music..but I loved it none the less. I've been watching Ekta shows since I was a baby so I knew what I was expectin,g so I had no expectations from the technical aspect. I was only waiting for Sakshi and Ram. Sakshi was refreshing and Ram was amazing (esp in the cutlery scene). The guy who plays Vikram(remember him from BB, Glad he's playing a mature character here) loved him too.
I loved how they didnt exaggerate Priya's entry, it was so simple and sweet, in fact I think Ayesha got that cliched entry. I loved how they showed the similar loneliness of Ram and Priya. It was quite random how Vikram just randomly started to think of how someone is made for Ram, but I did think the dialogue was thought worthy.
As for the Keats and love bhashan...I KNEW that something like that was coming, so I didnt think much of it lol. Also I knew since Ram is portrayed as a business man, some illogical business scheme will also be part of the episode.
Actually now that you guys point it out I do see the Pride and Prejudice connection with the mom and Priya. Ram's step mom looked like his wife's age
and I'm betting that in real life she is younger than Ram anyways, that was a bit creepy seeing that but hey its Kekta's show right, I've seen worse stuff
overall I loved the simplicity of the show. Especially Ram and Priya's characters, I loved how they were not complete carbon copies of Parvati and Jai Walia. I also think Ekta herself knows that she show is riding on Ram-Sakshi and thank God that they can ACT, so they carry the story forward. I do hope Sony curse doesnt hit this show
PS- Doris Day is writing the show???! I LOVE her
...she's the genuius behind Tere Liye (before Vikas Gupta and Sandeep what's-his-name stepped in
Edited by Tani91 - 31 May 2011 at 10:57am