Posted: 10 November 2011 at 11:00am | IP Logged
The Kaushik Bandhu are boisterous in street. All of them have their arms around their respective wives and are acting jolly (Ok CVs I'm tired of this - It is Bhaang that makes a person repeat actions and laugh like maniacs. Vodka or Gin doesn't. It doesn't even contain that high an alcohol content)The Nosy Neighbor comes to see who is making noise in the streets and is very happy to see the scions of the Kaushik Khandaan. She delightedly goes in to call BD and rub her nose in. (So she is the reason BD was loitering in the hall, and here I thought she might've missed hubby who had left her with the warning that henceforth he would pay more attention to the grandchildren than the grand-mom)
All the brothers are at the breakfast table and look suitably chastened as BD's sons must. The Bahus can't stop grinning at the discomfiture of the Hubbies.
Mr.Kaushik is gently questioning the boys about how the evening went. Shibu is controlling Bittuji who is on the verge of spilling the beans. Shibu has his hand firmly on the bowl of beans (I mean Bittuji).
Ria chirps that everyone had a gala time, especially Utkarsh. (Ok is it me or is that 4 consecutive days that Ria has appeared in the same saree? At least they should've made her change to show the start of a new day. Budgetary cuts anyone?)
Mr.Kaushik is surprised and asks Utkarsh about the party with that amused look on his face. BD looks very very suspicious of everyone. (What the Bahus managed to save the sons? How sad, and here I was hoping that BD would have a chance to rethink about her own upbringing after having a look at her sons)
Snippet 3- This was a precap I think
Gehna informs Lovely that Babli's (the youngest girl) birthday is coming up. Lovely is happy at the thought of a party. Gehna tells her that they don't celebrate birthdays with parties. Instead they donate to charities, have a havan or organize a special puja. (BD has certainly lost it. Even Ammasa would object to celebrating a birthday in this fashion, let alone a small child. For your information BD, this manner of celebrating birthdays is recommended for commemorating birthdays of people who had an untimely death - like a young person in an accident or due to illness, or an elderly person like a parent)
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