Posted: 06 February 2012 at 11:11pm | IP Logged
Originally posted by shridevigaddam
Originally posted by Samanalyse
The second moment was the precap...
To be honest, I was a bit disappointed by how Krishna chooses to deal with proving her dad's innocence. I thought she was going to do an investigation, find out why the guy gave her the sweets, blackmail TTS...something LOGICAL! But all she is doing is sitting in the police station and doing a "satyagraha".
I wanted to ask, what did you all think of this decision by both the CVs and Krishna? Is it a viable way to prove VP's innocence?
So, what do you think?
btw Samana, I did not like the satyagraha thing. Its ridiculous. It like calling for pity even before trying anything. And yahaan per she has recourse. Being an educated girl, she can talk sensibly with the Police office and ask him for advice what are the next procedural steps. A govt office cannot deny imparting of procedural guidance because it is daily routine work for them. They tell you if you don't do this, this will happen and if you want this, this has to be done. Simple! Yaar normal operational matter ko bhi, melodrama bana deta hain aur satyagrah tak pahunchaate hain. He could have told the bail amount at first time itself if only Krishna had spoken intelligently asking what she has to do instead of "aap chod sakte hain, kuch kariye naa"
Sorry I didn't watch the episode yet, so pardon me for incorrect dialogues. The WU gist gave me this info...
Old wine in a new bottle, is it? More's the pity.
To be fair, they (Krishna and the CVs) did redeem themselves a little yesterday. What I understood from the episode, not knowing that much about the law, is that she demanded bail for her father as it was a bailable offense and the police officer refused to give it without a bribe of 1500 or 15000 rupees (pandra something). Anyway Krishna's speech against this was quite cutting when she said how can you expect us to give bail when my father is here because he was falsely accused for the same crime? So she did ask for the procedure and the police officer suggested bribe.
Also the Satyagraha was contextualised much better than what was shown in the precap on Friday, with the police officer's sarcastic remarks (that basically echoed mine
) about how she was a great fan of Gandhi. So the term Satyagraha was not pulled out of thin air for drama but made a lot of sense because it was sort of Krishna's comeback to his earlier cynicism.
I also liked that in the precap, they showed the police officer doing some rational thinking, saying to himself that if she just wanted her father out she wouldn't have sent TTS away and that something is fishy here.
Finally, I think we have to remember that VP is not innocent here. No matter what the instigation, he did slap a govt. employee and cause a disturbance which is a punishable offense, why I think Krishna is asking for the bail process. I realised she can't prove him innocent of the crime he was ultimately jailed for. So her first task at hand is to get him out and then they can work on proving that they didn't try to bribe the officer.