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Lashy I've been waiting for your post for hours now! I just
love your updates and the way you analyse the INSA scenes!
Today's epi was good, though I wish it been non-stop INSA! I know that to be realistic that they needed to show Tarachand and co run around the city looking for Sanchi like headless chickens. Little, admittedly now useless tips, but doesn't mahak have Indu's phone nom? Why didn't they call him, and ask where he had taken Sanchi, or at least affirm that she was still alive? Long shot I know that he would have answered it but it was worth a try. Also why didn't she at least tell them that mannu was there also and aided Indu in carting Sanchi off? I'm pretty sure he would have answered Sitaram's angry questions in regards to Sanchi's whereabouts, if they had bothered to call him.
Also another top tip for mahak next time you see someone kidnapping your bestie, don't get off your scooter. Stay on it and drive headlong straight into those a*******! Then while they jump back in fear and/or pain get bestie to jump on behind you, and zoom off at warp speed!
Plus if the officer at the police station wouldn't file a complaint against Indu abducting Sanchi, why didn't mahak report him for harassing her? He's slapped her twice, choked her once, and tried to have her fingers cut off, so that's physical assault. He had her abducted and brought to his adda, so that's kidnapping. Plus he had the air let out of tyres, so that's another charge for damaging private property. Hell she can throw in a charge for mental harassment too! Phew all I can say is that Sarachand best swot up well on defending his nephew against all those charges!
Coming too Sarachand I liked how they kept him consistent in his defence of his nephew. The man has a vile soul, but he has one nevertheless, and that soul is extremely loyal and protective over his loved ones i.e. his family. I wouldn't be surprised if they did show him tomorrow already planning in advance the best possible defence for Indu, in case Sanchi and her family attempt to use the law to get back at him.
Tarachand was also good as usual as an impotent and frustrated father, lashing out everyone as he silently curses himself for not having done more to protect his child. I seriously don't think I can bear to see him being harassed so much. Seeing him so helpless, I don't understand why Sanchi hasn't already agreed to his request to just leave the city and Indu behind them. Why does she insist on staying so she can play her ridiculas one-upmanship game with Indu? Her family and friends have suffered far more than her, in her quest to humiliate and ruin Indu.
And for what Sanchi? Because he loved you? I was so pissed the other day when Sanchi told Indu it wasn't her fault he loved her. You know why? Because that meant when she tricked and took advantage of him to get the property papers, she did so knowing that he really loved her. I was under the illusion that she thought he was just obsessed with her, But no, Sanchi knew that it was genuine love from Indu's end, and she really couldn't give a tiny rats a**, that she was playing with his heart. She deliberately set out to break it, in the most cruelest, humiliating and brutal way that she could. And all I have to say is Sanchi shame on you for that! Where did the girl who was so angry at Prabal for playing with her bestie's heart go then eh?! So it was wrong for Prabal to take advantage of Mahak, but ok for you to take advantage of Indu's love? I tell you that there is a serious case of Pot, Kettle, and Black going on there.
Also Mr. Indu 'I never listened to you when I was in love, so why should I listen to you when I hate you' Singh, double shame on you! At least Sanchi has the defence of never proclaiming to care about Indus feelings, but he professed to love Sanchi. So why did he deliberately ignore Sanchi's pleas and desires? Because he's a selfish, egotistical, spoilt brat, who always has to have his own way.
In this battle of egos between Sanchi and Indu, I honestly don't know who will win, but IMO; they're both as bad as each other, so therefore deserve to be together. Whether that's a good thing or bad thing I'll let them decide!
Coming back to today's epi and the all important INSA scenes, once again acting was flawless, and the dialogues crisp and fresh. The way Indu behaved reminded me of what he said in his very first RJN appearance, 'Only I have the right to be both the villain and hero of this campus'.
And indeed in that locked classroom, with Sanchi he exerted his full rights as he bounced madly from hero to villain.
He laughed manically at Sanchi's attempts to physically stop him with the candlestick, and weak hearted baseless threats on his life. There he was the villain as he mocked her by insisting that he was giving her what she wanted, her rights as his wife.
But the hero came to the fore as he thrust his bloody hand at her showing her the harsh reality of her deeds, and life itself. As he pointed out rightly no matter how much Sanchi denies it she is his wife, and he is part of her life. They are bound together, in a solemnised rista of hatred, and though she struggles to she can never truly sever those ties. Indu threw those harsh truths in her face, and our sweet little liar, couldn't simply put, handle it. Especially when he told as his wife no one not even she had the right to keep him away from her.
The way he backed her into a corner, lost for words, the hero in Indu was there suddenly as tears streamed freely down Sanchi's face. He wanted to be close to her, he wanted to wipe those tears away, he still loved her, and God does he hate her for that fact. He really hates her because he truly loves her.
Yet she is the girl that broke his heart, thereby killing his belief and illusions of love. Indu due to Sanchi's manipulations now knows that love is both the sweetest and painful emotion that ever was. So as revenge he is going to get her where it hurts, she used his love, his honesty in his love for her, that which was his strength and made it into his weakness, so he will take her biggest strength her, oh so sweet lies and use them against her.
Sarcasm dripped like acid from his words as he states that she was a 'big advocate of the truth', before laying his plan before her. She's so fond of lies, well then he is going to force her live a lie for the rest of her life. That and that only is Indu's punishment for Sanchi, to turn her own weapon against her.
Indu basked in the shine of his own victory as Sanchi cried silent tears of pain. She used the fact that he never backed down from his word time and time again against him, never believing that Indu would one day use that same chal on her.
Once again Indu also had to have some band baja as he celebrated his victory, so he made his own music, and blew a makeshift trumpet. Is there any symbolism in the fact that he chose the candlestick that Sanchi used to attack him? Does it show that Sanchi's weapon had indeed become his tool for victory?
After some music Indu leaps on to the bed, to muss it up a little, as he is leaving no stone unturned to let this truth be revealed. Sanchi looks on in anguish, at him, and I seriously think part of her was horrified that it wasn't just any mad man she watching, it was her husband who was singing in the joy of having destroyed her name and self-respect . Indu's causally flung petals at her stung her more than any physical slap, as she knew then it was her husband's curse towards her.
He stated as much after her umpteenth attempt at escape failed. His wedding gift towards her is fear and hatred, both hers and his. Tomorrow he will let her fly free but Indu will do his best to never let the truth escape from that room.
Small ray of hope for Sanchi was that the hero in Indu is still there somewhere. He could have done so much worse to her, starting from the point she hit him with the candlestick, but he didn't. And the fact he didn't, the fact that he controlled both his anger and hatred for her means something. The fact that there was no lust in his eyes today but only love and hatred means something too. Both of them know these facts, and I can only hope that Sanchi doesn't use this knowledge in a negative way.
P.S Guys for those of you who bothered to read this Himalayan post, I'm so sorry for rambling on and on!
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