Posted: 05 April 2012 at 1:04pm | IP Logged
Originally posted by hd75
Beautiful post, thanks for this amidst all the outcry in the forum :) Finally, someone who understands the essence of the story. It was a fantastic episode. Barun and Sanaya's acting, well are there any new words to praise them? Barun especially, emoting the anger, pain, jealousy, love through just one look...nothing short of magic !
While applauding the actors, the writers (poor guys have been at the receiving end of most viewers these last couple of weeks !), the director, the story needs to be praised too because no great actor can be what he is unless the story is good enough. If Barun and Sanaya are doing a great job, it also means there is good stuff in the scenes.
There was one particular moment before Arnav pulled Khushi from falling, his hand was faltering to let go but he just couldn't, a case of the heart winning over the mind. Loved that bit. The Rabba Ve wasn't misplaced either, the very first Rabba Ve in the serial too was at a moment when he hated her but his heart lost control.
Everywhere there have been huge discussions and uproar about how the show is going down the drain, seriously inspite of reading so many posts, I fail to understand where it seems to have lost its charm. The story has stayed true to what it claimed to be, an intense story of love and hate, even the so called silly episodes are needed for building up the story bit by bit.
I am not a die-hard fan of any of the actors or an obsessed fan of the serial. I love the show because it makes sense to me, I can totally understand the kind of love and relationship that is being portrayed in the serial and there is something beautiful about this serial that makes you want to take some time off your schedule and watch it.
To understand this kind of a relationship calls for a lot of maturity because the love here is not in your face kind of love, it is hidden in all the negative emotions the characters are displaying be it the fights or the insults or real care, it is very subtle. Love in its purest form is subtle and to understand this one needs maturity, going by the reactions of the Forum, I doubt if the audience is mature enough to understand this kind of a love story. I don't mean any offense to anyone but just a thought.
wow...what a response...something that i wished for...and got.
..but before i move further...wanted to say...just created a post on the rabba ve moment which has been grossly misunderstood by this forum..just shows how our thinkings run parallel...
Yes...this show demands maturity...understanding of true human emotions..of weaknesses and failings...of pride and prejudice..it deals with both hate and love...unfortunately we had a blast with love...but when it came to hate...we just couldn't digest it...
There has been so many questions raised on story progression..tons of complains about we not moving forward...the subtle progression has been totally missed by them...the progression is..as u have pointed out..not in ur face...