Posted: 05 April 2012 at 12:46pm | IP Logged
There were a few things that disturbed me in the beginning of today's episode
. To begin with, although Aarti had reasons, I just could not digest the fact that she was ready to go without Ansh. The fact that Aarti was trying to reason it out with Ansh to stay with Dubeys was actually very disappointing. I mean whatever happened to the self-respect and self-esteem. A mother like Aarti who had been living her life for her son cannot do that whatever situations might call for it. She must have put up some fight or voiced her denial boldly. Her mute submission was not buyable at all for the personality she has been portrayed to be. Very amiss I felt. Even when Ansh was literally begging to Yash, she was standing there wrenching her fingers and pouring out tears but she did not display any kind of resistence to whatever was happening to her and son. She should have spoken straight to Yash instead making the child speak for himself. I felt very bad for the way Aarti was characterized today.
Coming to Ansh, the child is shown to be speaking and acting beyond his age at times (most of the times????). I mean there was pure innocence and agony while he said that he made all arrangements to go to his father's house and that he cannot leave his mother and all that. But Ansh's scene with Aarti and Yash went overboard I felt. They could have made it a bit more subtle I felt.
Other than these two qualms, the episode was perfect.
Our hero, the man of few words, did steal the show
. He just had to utter those few words and render others speechless. WOW! The intensity in his eyes, rigid jaw line speak more than his words (how many times do we see his lips part to speak, smile, smirk, laugh... he seems to be very calculating haan). All he needs to do is just give a look and everything understood. Such strong presence in situations that warrant stern decisions is totally in contrast with the soft and mellowed down version when he is with his daughters. He does exhibit both roles so well.
The dragon queen's face fell flat
. She asked that coming and from whom! One thing to be noticed is that the senior Schindias do not counter Yash's righteous decisions. They take to his no-nonsense stance immediately without argument. Aarti had got two chances to get a glimpse of this character of Yash on two occassions. One while he said for the first time before the engagement that Ansh will go with Aarti to the Schindias house. He reiterated the same fact today. But before Aarti could recognize/react to what Yash did for them, there was Mansi ready to fill Aarti's mind again with the same sick notions. It is time Mansi joined her husband. More than Yash or anyone else in the world, Mansi seems to be more desperate.
Bua didn't lose time or opportunity to kindle the fire in Gayatri. (on a lighter note, CVs must think about bringing in a fun-loving middle aged male character who would want to sweep Bua off her feet...
she also has the right to have a companion, love, and family
The bidaai was so touching and Shobha was excellent in showing her emotions. This lady is a real ideal MIL.
In the precap, Aarti is on her mission to set things straight with Yash. (I was so much reminded of one of our previous threads where someone (you Jyothi?) suggested that it will be Aarti who will develop feelings for and will fall in love with Yash first. After seeing today's precap I feel the same way too
Edited by golda - 05 April 2012 at 12:50pm