Posted: 21 May 2012 at 1:27am | IP Logged
Originally posted by shamil
Originally posted by Rehana86
Originally posted by NeelimaSJ
Thanks for sharing.
I think he might be hiding the fact that Amar was murdered and not killed in the flyover collapse. I've had this feeling that Amar was murdered by Dinanath. Amar might have definitely known that Dinanath was up to no good so he must have been trying to expose him and Dinanath eliminated him.
ok, this can be the FIRST possibility, if not then I am counting on Mr. Bhatnagar
...damn! am I sounding obsessed? ...well, then thanks to Mr. Mohan Bhatnagar
I think Mr.Bhatnagar wont be a party in this!
that will be another track.They have already shown that though sr.& jr Bhatnagar do not share a real father-son love relationship, His father does love him a lot. we know it from indu's words and when mohan tells G his maa-papa story.
I think he is one of those idiotic fathers who believe they shudnt show their love to kids but remain stern like a headmaster. Their children usually grow up as rebels
Amar is definitely murdered because he knew that the built was built with substandard material. May be he has gone their to inspect or warn workers. But his death was definitively not accident. He was murdered, that's for sure...because MR. Ramanathan is also running away for his life...
About Mr. Bhatnagar...No I do not think he is the person behind all this because Mohan told once that only one thing he has learned from Mr. Bahatnagar and that is 'Truthfulness' . Well there could be another possibility that Mr. Bhatnagar is either in police department, high official or an editor in journalism like Mohan and he may somewhat know that Dinanath is a corrupt man but has not done so far because of his influence and that is why Mohan is so perturbed with his father's decision of not voicing against corruption and that is why he took that responsibility upon himself to fight against corruption...I guess If Amar's case will pitch father and son against each other but not as rivals only as opposite thinkers.