I was hoping to see a post on today's Vikram-Sugni scene from PinkChocolate or some other member but I didn't so just making one to post my thoughts.
I loved the Vikram-Sugni scene in today's epi...honestly there is such DEPTH to the way these two characters especially communicate in their scenes...the dialogues, the acting...fab stuff
I love the way Sugni holds on to her self-respect and STILL manages to make her point...Vikram felt guilty today and wanted to apologize for the Adi fiasco but she didn't even let him do THAT
...never lets him get a word in edgewise as it is.
I loved the interplay...Sugni initially cuts him off with a "You are big ppl, even a stone thrown from you at us has to be taken as a flower by us" and POINTEDLY tells him he's getting late when he again tries to apologize...what an interesting paradox this girl is...simultaneously bowing like a servant in front of him yet keeping such DIGNITY and PRIDE intact
And I love that Vikram for his part still always manages to make his point...his parting shot to her about the fact that stones DO hurt and the ppl who throw them DO feel sad about them...conveyed his original point about regretting the incident and wanting to apologize for it...
And then later on I loved the scene b/w Amrita-Vikram as they look at Sugni's pictures...I don't know what is there in Vikram's future as a character but the dialogues in this bit as Amrita describes Sugni as being akin to LIFE itself...unpredictable...and Vikram musing over that statement as he is drawn to Sugni's pictures and thinks it's true of her...he's been trying to figure her out since they met but he hasn't been able to.
So far there is nothing LAVISCIOUS in the way Vikram is viewing Sugni and given that he has saved her from those creepy thakurs in the past, it would be a really ODD turn to take for his character if they showed that.
Have to mention the PHOTOGRAPHY in this scene
...firstly the original shots of Sugni herself so beautifully captured by Amrita and then the way the scene was shot with Vikram's reflection superimposed with that of Sugni...some excellent camerawork