Originally posted by azuria
Originally posted by Aginaya69
i'm pretty sure i'm not going to give away anything if i say that in today's episode i see a lot of pails and pots. oh, and there is a big drum of water now.
didn't i say that there will be lots of pots and pails from now on. hello CV's
Now Aginaya you have to explain yhourself. If you are talking about preggs then come with it if it is money come with it or happiness tell us do not keep us in suspance!!! Pleease:)
LOL Az, you know i like being cryptic. anyways, hopefully, i'm right in my hunches. let me begin with a premise.
i've been analyzing how the CV's are developing the story, and from the start of the show until now, i noticed that they are actually very clear about when a particular track starts and ends. i'm not talking about the small story tracks, but the main tracks.
from the looks of it, every main track takes about 3 1/2 months to run. you know from the first few episodes what the story is going to be about. until today, i would say that we are in the third main track. the first track i would probably entitle as "the wedding", since it has something to do with getting runjhun married. if i remember correctly, there were three men lined up, and then guddu marries her (he wasn't part of the line-up). the second track i would entitle as "the challenge" (or how to get guddu to stay in the marriage). we see runjhun making such a challenge a few days after the wedding. the first main track ended around mid march, which was the wedding. the second track began immediately after the wedding, and ended mid june. the third track started about july, and there was an interim from mid-june to end of june because the show was not sure if it would keep running.
what is the third story track? at first, i thought it was consummating the marriage, but then that's going to sound too western. if the show were produced in places like in the US, then yeah you might have a story track running for three months trying to do the deed. the presence of too much water symbols, like rain, and then the faucets with running water, made me think freud at first. but then in the episode when guddu first romanced runjhun (the one which was ruined by the mamis), i saw a lot of pails, and pots. i remember my literature professor telling me once about the womb symbol, and they are represented by anything that is deep. so, i did some research about the womb symbol, and i came upon the article that i linked here. so, putting two and two (or, in this particular show, three and three) together, this is what i think.
the third track is about pregnancy. it's going to be about guddu and runjhun's baby. looking back, i realize now that when guddu and runjhun moved to their new place, there were a lot of children who greeted them. now, as i think about it, there was not many children in and around PN. but in the new place, you have lots of them. also, everytime someone was going to comment about how close and how in love guddu and runjhun were, that adult person always had a kid in tow. and leela, for the most part, brought a kid with her. was it not that leela interrupted guddu and runjhun's romance because she needed to bring her (grand?)kid for immunization? and remember that when guddu went to the market after they moved, the store keeper said something about saving money for the baby.
then, there was a difference between the two scenes when guddu and runjhun were very intimate. in the rain scene, it was guddu who initiated. there was heavy rains. according to the link (the writer is a sociologist, so i trust the source), rain represents male sexual desires. the other scene, which runjhun initiated, the scene had a lot of pots, and pails. pots and pails are deep, and they are womb symbols. then, the day after, what we see is runjhun over the range, and she wasn't attending to the boiling milk. the milk spilled over. according to the article, milk, although liquid, pertains to the female sexual desires. and so does water in pails. the faucet was very freudian to me, though, and that pertains to male sexual desires.
the precap from the august 9 episode showed runjhun saying something about a surprise. and, while following the FB public fanpages of himmanshoo and nivedita, we see a picture of runjhun in pink sari, and there were garlands and the red curtain and the whole thing looked like an SR. if that was runjhun's surprise, then that means she is initiating. that's why i said that if i read the CV's correctly, there will be lots of pots and pails and pans in the next few episodes.
and what did we see. the SR was interrupted, but it does not mean that runjhun's sexual desires were extinguished. the milkman came. so we have milk. then, guddu brought the pot. pot. then, leela came and said the water is going to come only once during the day, so runjhun had to put water in containers. what do we see? a few pails, and lo and behold, a big drum of water. the drum is the biggest container there. womb symbols were in the end part of the episode.
so, to make a long story short, i think that we will have the ultimate "touch", but that is not the end in itself. it is a necessary action towards the most important factor, the baby.
PS: about the possible meaning being money... i had to laugh. you see, as a filipino, i follow many superstitions, but i don't know the origins. it could be chinese, hindu, or spanish/latin/south american. for some time, i've been following this because someone told me it ensures that you will have money. i keep my money in a plastic chamber pot. i saw some store owners doing it, so i figured it must be superstition. at first, i thought it was chinese, so i bought a red plastic chamber pot. now that you brought it up, could it be that it is not chinese, but hindu in origin?