Posted: 14 December 2011 at 9:44pm | IP Logged
I could not help but make this post. This show is different from other shows there is not doubt in it. Probably the reason why I am still watching it, apart from the time slot (8:00pm the time at which we eat). Some things are too good and some things put me off completely,
They are showing interesting, heterogenous characters and each of the character has some thing to cherish, something new to offer. They surprise us many a times because of the depth with which these characters are sketched, executed etc. All the characters have something to offer and most of the times it does not look artifically executed. They seem to evolve naturally.
For example Arman, he has authority over Ashu's life, which he got from the long companionship. He knows the shortcomings (lonliness) in Ashu's life, finding currently a way to remove that shortcoming and is working full fledged on that aspect with authority.
Rohan is inquisitive, can't remain without responding to others. From the begining he seems to be bothered by Nidhi's behariour / non-behaviour. Keeps digging into her even inspite being told off enough number of times, presses the right buttons and keeps giving some wonderful gyaan of life. This is a pleasure to watch. This guy does not have the authority that Arman has, but he is still taking the liberty to interference because of his inherent nature.
Anji is completely supportive, protective wants to hide nidhi in her anchal. She stops reasoning after a point and follows blindly her instincts. She spontaneously comes to a decision and works full fledged based on that decision. She is less adaptive, abruptive but is completely involved with Nidhi and her pain.
Ranga an outsider to all the mess, does not want to involve himself completely, but can clearly see the things and tries to make small gestures towards others.
I can go on like this. In summary I find many contrasting but natural characters and their reactions to the situation.
On one side they take so much of care to develop the characters, their reactions and story progression in a natural yet innovative way, which can surprise you many a times and on the otherside they make fool of themselves in some aspects.
How come Dr. Nidhi is such a super special doctor ? There is no substantial support to this, whcih they are continually bombarding us with.
A medical conference, a high profile doctor is suppossed to talk. He talks everything but medicine.
I mean common yar, you are building one side of the show wonderfully and at the same time are completely diluting it by showing some uttern nonsense. Small care would have made it much better. For example, yesterday, Ashu should have talked briefly yet powerfully about what he learnt from Dr Nidhi, his intern as a prolouge and then they should have shown to start his actual medical speech and then should have shown the scene to fade away.
Why should they keep showing how Dr Nidhi and Dr Ashu keeps missing each other within a inch. Why these artificial things when you are putting lot of effort to make it look natural.
Lastly, the biggest complaint that I have.
This is an unconventiional love story. It would have been much better if they have shown it to develop only because of the interactions between the two and lesser influences from the others. What is the difference from the other stories. If one Arman is not there or if one Rohan is not there, Ashu and Nidhi would not have come together. Is it not the feeling we get ?
Being an unconventional story, the leads and their relation should have evolved, developed and derived strength from within. Not with the help of some external characters, however wonderfully those characters are sketched..
Please share your views.
Edited by kvva - 14 December 2011 at 9:51pm