Originally posted by Ramy25
Liked the last part the most. I think the last part was the most
defining part of the pilot episode. Most supporting characters seem eh
except Ram's best friend's character. I think it was Ram's best friend
who was narrating the story...at least in the last part.
characters have the whole "loneliness" and "negligence from mothers" in
common. Both seem to give their all in their familial relationships--to
their siblings, their mohters...but both hardly receive anything in
return...not even a simple "thank you" from heart.
the way, Ram isn't the stereotypical "ruthless" business man or it
didn't seem like so to me. To me, it seemed that the man knows how to
differentiate between professional and personal relationships. He was
quite a jovial guy when with his best friend and his family. LOL he's no
stereotypical rich business man character wearing tight shirts or
should i say "MAN corsets"
same as Ram. she tries to find the most of the littlest she gets from
her overbearing mother whose life revolves around her younger daughter, a
body through which she lives her dreams.
Overall--- yeah it started out in the "typical" way but the end was the worth sitting through the beginning and those certain "meh" parts.
I didnt exactly Ram a stereotypical ruthless businessman -I called called him a stereotypical EK male lead. Actually both Priya and Ram are very typical in some ways but very different in others. Its the lil difference that is making me want to watch more of it. As well as the beautiful acting by stars.