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4/4 Written Update/Analysis Unit: Bidhaai ke Samay (Page 20)

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Posted: 04 April 2012 at 8:08pm | IP Logged
Originally posted by Gurtiluv

That's a good point. But I would like to see her stand up for herself the way she did to Prateek when he came to her house or to Yash on the phone. She needs support but she shouldn't rely on others. The captain should take the lead.

I too would love to see her do that. Clap

Yes, a captain should lead but the captain can lead only if he or she has people to follow him/her. If no one follows (supports) then the Captain ends up standing all alone. So let's hope this Capatin has at least one person who would follow (support) her so that she can take the lead when the situation needs it. Big smile

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Posted: 04 April 2012 at 8:21pm | IP Logged
Originally posted by angake

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Not sure if anyone else noticed that Mansi was a witness to the Shradhanjali puja. So does that mean she knows about the lie too? Confused

One of the many incidents that bothered me today was the fight between the kids and Yash's reaction. Ansh falls down and gets hurt. Aarti immediately runs over to him. And then she asks the girls if they were okay. Shouldn't Yash as a parent have been there too to make sure his girls were okay ? I think Yash may need some lessons on proactive parenting from Aarti. LOL 

@ Angake: You know I saw that scene in half a frame coz I was expecting Yash to soon rush into the other half. Oh, he'd have ran had either of his girls had had a fall, but they didn't; it was apparent from that distance that they were safe, and so none from Scindia clan was bothered...including Yash...and that is what bothered me. He saw Ansh fall and get hurt. Even if his fatherly instincts are yet to surface, shouldn't he have at least gone there and inquire whether the kid is OK, given how strongly Ansh feels for him?Confused 


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Posted: 04 April 2012 at 8:31pm | IP Logged
The ONE good thing about today's episode IMO

1. Vedika... This shaadi was a circus and she wants a court marriage for herself! .Rightly judged for one so young. You go girl! 

The BAD things:

1. Aarti's passive-aggressive dialogue to the Dubeys...huh???!!!  What??????Confused

2. The constant conflation of modernity with disrespect...they've done this before with the aarti scene and continue to hammer it into our heads that Paridi is modern and (therefore?) impolite/disrespectful???
Poor poor Paridhi...She's Happy to be married to Pratik, but even she has learned from her brief experience that she better fake some tears... LOVED the Scindias faces when Paridi's father said that she could visit them whenever she liked and that they would visit her whenever they felt like it...LOL SHOCKING! wanting to treat your daughter like a daughter, even AFTER marriage! Kya zamaana hai?

3. Gayatri and Bua...too obvious to even bother with...

4. The issue with Ansh - WHY is everyone waiting for Yash to be the hero? Oh yeah...Aarti has become a bahu now, she ain't got no voice no more... In the pre-cap, Shobha is the one who is begging...Aarti's POV has to be expressed either by her parents or her husband...jeeezzz...what century are we in?

5. What is up with this show in general? People sign the contract and then want to write the terms?!LOL Both Yash and Aarti want to marry for their childrens' sake. Neither of them has made any real effort to communicate this to the other. What if the other person was expecting a real marriage? Well too freakin' bad...
I won't even go near the Dubey's and Aarti's divorce lie...I will never get how telling the truth AFTER the marriage fixes anything...hey but call me unreasonable...
After agreeing to accept Aarti with Ansh, Gayatri reneges ... now Ansh has to wait what 10, 15 , XX days...

What is wrong with these people? They need a lesson in contract law LOL

I realize that the tone of this post is sarcastic...but I no longer feel as enthusiastic about this show as I once did. However, the one thing still going for this show is that the chemistry between the leads is compelling...hopefully they keep the Yash-Aarti story front and center and not reduce this to yet another in a looong list of saas-bahu sagas...









Edited by narangi_77 - 04 April 2012 at 9:19pm

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Posted: 04 April 2012 at 8:47pm | IP Logged
Originally posted by InduG64

Another mantra was initiated today...play one bahu against the other. Gayatri is on home ground here. This is her sphere, where even her husband doesn't interfere. So, very conveniently, for a moment, Aarti becomes the favored one, and Pari, the pariah...Gayatri will constantly play this game...using one's strength/weakness against the other's. Isn't that how it has been done for like eternity? Isn't this how you continue to hold the baton in the family? She is only following this unwritten, unspoken mantra that is passed on from generations...She has such beautiful bahus, who are each individually different, yet are respectful and good human beings. She can so easily envelope them in her maternal fold and guide them and mold them into the family the right way...but no, she has to follow the mantra, you see...!!!!!

Aarti's Corner:  A lonely corner. They are all conniving to snatch away her only life source, her son. What more has she to lose? Nothing. In that one moment, when she vent out her feelings, her pathos, her sense of betrayal, her agony, she stood alone...a beaten down, defeated version, a caricature, of a woman who, just yesterday, was a lively, spirited, vibrant human being. You knock the life out of a person and you expect that person to be happy, right ma & papa dubey? And you say you are doing all this for her happiness?AngryYou better set the wrong right now...with or without Yash's help.

I absolutely agree with you Indu. The Dubeys, in the name of making her life, are breaking the personality and the character she is. She came across as a confident, straight-forward, optimistic -given any dire situation (such as an unsuccessful first marriage)- person with a fervent desire for family, love, bonding, and self-respect. She gives unconditionally and she expects as much in return too. But the recent developments in her life has pushed her to a corner, as you put it beautifully, where she has lost her identity. She cannot speak her mind, feel the right, defend herself, put up her head and confess and take the pride of facing the consequences to her confession, and least of all cannot even decide for her future with her son. How more pathetic can things get. Who is she fighting for and for what?

The family that she thought is her own does not understand her or even acknowledge her as a being is what she feels now. To her, her 'parents' didn't respect her feelings and did not understand what makes her happy is a big blow. Now she has lost hopes of anything and everything. She feels she does not own anything or belong to anything or anyone.

She has cucooned herself in a corner, a dark abyss, where there is no trace of expectation or hope. She looks completely broken and resigned. There are times in our lives when such situations arise where at the spur of the moment we think everything is lost and there is no hope and we don't even think straight and work our mind to think of what to do next. A deadlock stage. But is that really the end of the road? No. It is only in these situations that we really appreciate relationships, be it friends, relations, acquaintances, or even strangers for that matter. It will be one of those people again who is going steer you out of the situation or at least be there for you when you pass that phase in your life. Here, Yash we hope will again play the catalyst to get her out of this temporary mayhem.

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Posted: 04 April 2012 at 9:37pm | IP Logged
Just went through the thread and found out that it is to be rechristened as Dragon Club(at first I thought it was collective name for Papa and Mummy Scindhiya and BuajiLOL)... But then realized that the name of this thread is being changed...Shocked I had started to love the name Analysis Unit,coz it was so apt with all the analysis going on(be it on episode,characters,story or towelsTongue)... Plus nowadays even written update is done in this thread only. But anyways if the majority likes Dragon Club,no problem then. After all content would remain same. To quote myself ..."What's in a name? That which we call a rose
By any other name would smell as sweet."LOL

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Posted: 04 April 2012 at 9:55pm | IP Logged
Originally posted by golda

Originally posted by InduG64




She has cucooned herself in a corner, a dark abyss, where there is no trace of expectation or hope. She looks completely broken and resigned. There are times in our lives when such situations arise where at the spur of the moment we think everything is lost and there is no hope and we don't even think straight and work our mind to think of what to do next. A deadlock stage. But is that really the end of the road? No. It is only in these situations that we really appreciate relationships, be it friends, relations, acquaintances, or even strangers for that matter. It will be one of those people again who is going steer you out of the situation or at least be there for you when you pass that phase in your life. Here, Yash we hope will again play the catalyst to get her out of this temporary mayhem.

@Golda: Beautifully wordedClap  I have a hunch that the CVs are  deliberately creating such pathetic situations for Aarti so that Yash can play the role of her lone savior and she, in turn, develops some positive feelings towards him or at least his image becomes slightly better in her eyes. Yash is the only person whose one emphatic word will rest the matter and Ansh will be in...flip side is Gayatri will again think that they complained to Yash yet againConfused

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Hi I m new to this forum was a silent member this is my first post here I love the concept of this show and both GC and KS are doing brilliant job as Yash and Aarti love them. Few points I would like to mention:

When Aarti asked PayLak whether they are fine Palak was quite but Payal stuck out her tongue even in Ganesh stapna pooja also it was Payal who stuck her tongue out.Payal was not very happy when Yash bought that balloons for Ansh also at the mall where as Palak was not bothered about it and if we remember it was Palak who interacted with Aarti at the mall hope atleast Aarti gets some positive response from Palak then it would be easy for her to handle Payal.

When Ansh fell down Aarti completely forget about the surroundings as she was only concerned for Ansh and it was Ansh who brought about the reality to Aarti that she is married now may be that it will be Ansh who will indirectly bring her close to their new family.

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Posted: 04 April 2012 at 10:15pm | IP Logged
Originally posted by InduG64


I have a hunch that the CVs are  deliberately creating such pathetic situations for Aarti so that Yash can play the role of her lone savior and she, in turn, develops some positive feelings towards him or at least his image becomes slightly better in her eyes. Yash is the only person whose one emphatic word will rest the matter and Ansh will be in...flip side is Gayatri will again think that they complained to Yash yet againConfused


Exactly. I am waiting for the scene where Aarti will actually realize (at least start realizing) that Yash is not all that bad as she thought him to be. Those revelatory eye lock moments would do a lot of good for us romantics Embarrassed. Come on, we need some lighter and breezy moments between them from now on. Last week was full of drama and celebration and I must say that it was exhausting, albeit the heavy dose of entertainment.

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