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Another excellent epi! Once again great performances all around, and I have to give a special mention to Tarachand, he was brilliant as a grief-stricken helpless father.
Oh Indu you did exactly what I thought you would marry then disown Sanchi. The idiot didn't even wait until the ink was dry on his marriage certificate! Throughout the ceremony there was such a contrast between the bride and groom. Sanchi was lifeless and Indu was ready to burst with all his pent up emotions.
Finally he erupted with a volley of abuse at poor Sanchi. Still once again even when he was having another mad rant, he couldn't help but compliment her. But Indu my dearest duffer, there are couple things I don't understand here.
I get you will never give Sanchi her full rights as your dharam pati, i.e. take her to live with you, and neither will you let anyone else marry her (which they couldn't either anyway until Sanchi gets this marriage annulled or is granted a divorce). But why this half-right business? Why do you want her decked out in sindoor and mangulstra, and going by the name Mrs Sanchi Indu Singh? Fine you know she will hate to do so, but still if you want the world to know you don't accept her what's the point? Surely then you would rather it was made clear that she has no association to you expect through this paper and ink marriage.
Eventually people are going to question Indu, as to why he doesn't want Sanchi with him, and what answer is going to give them? That he hates her, but he can't stand for her to be anyone else's, as she will be happy?
But what about his happiness? How is he going to spend his whole life devoted to this empty marriage? He's always been keen to point out that he is an only son, so doesn't he want to continue his family name? Yet he won't touch Sanchi, as then he would have to give her some right as his wife, by 'allowing' (I'm not trying to sound like a MCP here!) her to bear his legitimate children.
Another thing that I'm thinking about is that Indu has no problem as we all know about hurting Sanchi and her family now, but what if someone else attempts to? Will he stand by and watch, or will he once again erupt on whoever dares harm his wife? I'm going with the latter here, Indu will kick butt at whomever besides himself and his family hurts Sanchi.
By going public with this marriage Indu has blundered. Now that Sanchi is known as his wife, anyone with a grudge against him will target her, and if he has any self-respect for himself he will have to protect her. And let's not forgot the one who has the biggest score to settle with him is, Sanchi herself.
But it boils down to this, Sanchi will clearly contest this marriage, and being known as his wife, yet if Indu wants her to stay known as his wife, eventually he will have to bring her to live with him. As there is no way Sanchi even if she can't prove she was forced, be not granted a divorce if she has never lived a single day with Indu as his wife!
I hope there is no new entry for Sanchi to fall in love with. I hate Indu and what he has done, but for the last few weeks I have despised Sanchi and her actions, but yet today I find myself rooting for her to take Indu down. And I'm sure that during this game of one-up manship, that I will find myself constantly switching sides between Indu and Sanchi, as they both scheme and take pot-shots at each other. How low will they both stoop? Only time will tell, but they both have axes to grind, and this is going to be one bloody battle after another. The real question is who will win the war, and will the victor feel like they have gained a worthwhile victory?
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