Posted: 20 March 2012 at 9:55am | IP Logged
Originally posted by taral83
Ok I understand this is Aarti's second marriage. And I can also understand she really don't want to do this, but is more of a compromise. But I will have to agree with one thing with Gayatri, that they only came as a family and not other guest. Not that guest are important, but it is kind of weird. I mean its not like they didn't have any supporters. First and foremost, Aarti's real parents are missing. I am sure they will be delighted to see their daughter move on in life and get such and nice husband. Second, Mansi's husband and her parents. Mansi's mom was very nice to Aarti and her MIL when the whole fiasco happened with that lady at Mansi's wedding. So why not invite them. I am sure they have friends and family that are supportive. I think that was a little silly by the CVs. I know the motive of that was to show the difference between the two weddings or for Gayatri to get yet another chance to taunt. But did they have to make it so obvious. The serial has a great message to convey, Punar Vivah. Something that can making a positive impact on today's society in India, they why not show it in a way that doesn't seem so depressing? I know they are trying to show they stuff parents and the bride can face, but in REAL world even if Punar Vivah was to happen, I am sure close family would be invited. By showing what they showed yesterday they just portrayed that it should be a private moment and keep it on the low. One side they want to show Aarti' get her happiness back and another side they are making it evident that its her 2nd marriage.
Yes dear, Aarti's family should have invited more people, like Maansi's family who would for sure have kept her being a divorcee a secret if they'd been asked too.
Aarti is an orphan, so she has no parents, but I'm sure she has other relatives? Even I was wondering why they had absolutely no guests.