So in the last episode we saw that it was indira's birthday and she got really great news of her brother coming back. She was so excited that she ordered sweets and everything for her birthday ad her brother came with other good news that he got his own agency now and he can help Indira with the house. Just when she thought that things coudn't get any better, her father showed up and we saw Indira genuinely smile...that longing smile...for the first time in the show, Just when she thought everything was perfect, her illusion was cleared, her dreams destroyed and her brother was getting arrested. For everyone, she was the bad person. Why? It wasn't her fault that her brother got arrested.
Even if she told the police not to arrest him, they would have eventually...so why does everyone blame her? because she's reluctant to bail her brother out? I mean did they even think how Indira will manage to get the bail money or how shattered she felt at the moment she realized that her brother got arrested because of her father. No one, and I mean no one even considered how she felt. People called her heartless and criticized her for being indifferent but did they even try to ask what she was really feeling? No one did and the scene that just ticked me off was the scene between her and her brother. The brother is soo shameless. I have a brother and I am so lucky to have the best brother in the world who understand his responsibility and I hope no one and i mean not even my enemies get brother like Indira's.
Instead of being thankful to her, he rolled her eyes at her. And how can i forget the policeman?? I mean why the prejudice, I bet that if there was some guy at Indira's place who did the same as Indira than that freaking Policeman would have sided with him but because Indira was a girl, he taunted her?? I mean ok, you have authority but who gave you the right to be so sexist?? The way he talked to her made me want to beat the crap outta him...but I feel for the poor girl. She has to listen to everyone and no one understands her.