The dialogues of Komal and Dadisa were superb and they way they emoted emotions through their eyes:
Arona Irani in the bed room scene where she's remembering little Manyata and her saying Dadisa for the 1st time. I love how the tears welled up in her eyes when she says it was one of the most happiest moments of her life. Her inner conflict was amazing when she speaks of her role as the Rajmata too and how she has to think of that duty as well. Amazing job by her!
And then Mommy dearest and how she was cold and in a state of shock when Manyata was taken. But she melted with the tears of little baby J. OMG!! The mother's heart--a powerful thing. Loved how she was so soft and subtle in her speech and delivery. She remained calm and told J to think of herself and not the family. The actress was spot on with her expressions and words.
Those 2 scenes were so touching compared to all the harsh words of the men. Women truly have such power with softness and emotions. I really re-watched those 2 scenes again and again b/c of the acting. Top notch! Kudos to the actresses and the CVs!