I agree with every word you wrote in your post.
Personally, the bride substitution track ruined the show for me. The writers wrote themselves into a corner for the sake of TRP's. I cannot see how there can be any redemption for the characters from the situation that they presented. There is no turning back at all. How on earth can they justify this track in the first place? It was totally uncalled for.
When they were airing the promos and sneak peeks of the show, I thought; At last! A lighthearted show to watch out for. But I was cheated. The show was supposed to be about a young gal who aspires to become a dancer, and how her husband supports her in her journey. They should've stuck to the original plot, I am sure it would have garnered them the reach they expected.
I think the real problem is how misguided the writers were. They thought, junta hii to hai! They will consume any crap that we feed them. Audiences have evolved, and look for at least plausible, if not intelligent story lines. It's high time Rashmi Sharma woke up to this fact before producing her own TV shows.
Edited by Amri174 - 08 November 2011 at 7:52am