This is a common factor for both Ram and Priya.
It was just heartbreaking to see Ram's "mom" (yes I'm using quotations cuz even though he views her as a mother, the feeling isn't mutual) refer to Siddhant as Aisha's older
brother. What makes Ram then?
Ram, the one who loves Aisha and raised her a daughter, spent an hour trying to get a certain jeweler to the wedding and took over a company just
for the sake of his family, the family that does not care for him at all.
I could be wrong here and it could just be his mom who thinks like that, but Vikram did say how Ram's under appreciated so I'm guessing his step-siblings might feel the same
It's similar to Priya as well with her mom, though her mom's isn't a sauteli ma but the way she treats Priya and shows favoritism, she might as well should be
I mean, he made her daughter stand in line, run around all over the city just
to get a yellow bracelet
The woman has a job, unlike Aisha (I love how both Priya and Ram have sisters named Aisha
) but nooo, she forces Priya to be late for her job. I get that it's important for Aisha and all but if it's so important, why not go out and buy it yourself
I mean, the lady fully had time to argue with the rickshaw wala before, so why not go out and buy the bracelet?
I'm not sure how many of you guys saw the pre-cap but that was pretty selfish
Aisha is more important then Priya now because Aisha's in a beauty contest and mummy dearest wants Aisha to fulfill her (mom's) dreams. What about Priya's dreams and her wedding? Are the meaningless compared to the younger siblings?
It's just saddening to see both of them doing so much for the family and not be appreciated. But, not sure about Priya but for Ram, his family and what not reminds me of Dhadkan
You know how Ram (Akshay) was a step-son and family used him etc (except they were kind of the bad guys-ish
) so me thinking it's similar to that. Your thoughts?