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Thanks for the lovely update and post Lashy!
For me today's epi was actually quite interesting, as we all now certain things about certain characters. Mannu has proved that he never truly cared one iota for Sanchi, for him it was never love just plain disgusting lust. But if he has loved anyone in his life then that is himself. Shoba whatever her faults actually does care for her children, but although she can quickly see other peoples flaws and schemes, she is blind to her own children's true natures.
Also Mahak regardless of her dumb smirking habit is a very good friend. I absolutely loved the way she supported Sanchi's parents today. She can really irritate me sometimes, but she was good as she slogged on determinedly in her hunt for her bestie. Plus she seems to have inherited Sanchi's gusto, as even after a physically and mentally draining night, she still attempted to install Sanchi with some fighting spirit.
Coming to Sanchi, finally she seems to have realised that she is behaving like a fool by constantly provoking Indu! As she told her parents today with a weary, defeated attitude, 'Indu Singh did what he did because I made a tamasha out of him, so he in return made an even bigger tamasha out of me!'
Thank God she finally acknowledged that whatever happened was as a direct result of her previous actions to humiliate Indu, and thus score another victory in their ridculas game of tit for tat!
This new humbled and worn out Sanchi is natural, after all her schemes and lies anyone would be drained of all emotions! I really do feel for her, in the space of 24hrs she went through every possible emotion there was! She began her day expectant, and nervous as she prepared to expose Indu, to determined and passionate as she faced him. Then she was triumphant and jubilant, as she gained the students support and respect. Which then lead to her becoming arogrogant and smug, as she smirked at a seething Indu, and proceeded to celebrate with Mahak. She then became worried and anxious, as she was followed which quickly lead to fear and panic as she was kidnapped.
Locked in the classroom with Indu she alternated between terror and rage as Indu intimidated her and then laid his plans bare. Which then in resulted in her being both frustrated and miserable, as she realised she had been well and truly enmeshed in Indu's trap this time.
She then had to go through another deeply shameful and humiliating public encounter as Indu created yet again another tamasha in the morning. And finally she ended the 24hr rollercoaster of events and emotions defeated and humbled. What a day! But if I was Sanchi I would hold on the fact that no matter what, the 'Sun will set to Rise again'. Just like the sun, Sanchi will once again reclaim her rightful place in the sky. After all she is the lead character lol!
Speaking of characters, now let's come to my favourite in RJN, our dashing, badmarsh antihero Mr. Indu Singh! Oooh we learned today how low he can stoop as he laid bare the most intimate night of a couples life in such a crude, degrading manner. But was this the very same man who a few hours later after creating such scene, slapped one of his closest friends for daring to ask for gory details?! He snapped at poor Lucky, that whatever happened in the classroom was between him and Sanchi. 'That's our personal matter' he hissed at his gang. So erm Indu darling if it was so personal why did you err, make such a public spectacle of it a few hrs earlier?!
He proceeded to reveal the truth to his friends that nothing happened physical at all happened between him and Sanchi. As his gang looked confused he attempted to explain that forcing her was not his way. I actually wasn't surprised by their baffled looks, as if zoorzabastdi wasn't his way, why the hell was he madly trying to force Sanchi to love him in the first place?!
Anyhow as Indus's friends struggled to comprehend that Indu was never going to force himself physically on Sanchi, Indu continued to explain that he only wanted to crush and destroy her ego and pride.
You know what I wish the best of luck to Indu for that because Sanchi does need to be dragged off her high horse. But at the same time I say girl power to Sanchi, as she really needs to kick Indu's arrogant ass off his mountain top!
Lol as Guddo and co still failed to get what exactly Indu was so happy about, they rightly questioned him what he was gaining out of this relationship then? To which Indu replied with my fav dialogue of the epi 'In the game of love one does not look at gain and loss, but rather at victory and defeat'. So true Indu dearest, but erm when did this become a game of love for you?! I thought you hated Sanchi and bond her to you through a rista of hate. So where and when did love come into the picture again?! Lol a perfect example of an Freudian slip of the tongue here I think folks!
Also I'm still rather sadly loving Indu's possessive and protective streak, as he lashed out at the boys who were insulting Sanchi. I almost oohed and ahhed over him saying 'If you have something to say about what we did, say it to me!' Until I reminded myself that the reason those boys were talking their filth in the first place was because of Indu and it was what he wanted!
Finally, nice to see after all our anger at using the classroom as the scene of the mock SR, CVS show us Indu being punished for doing so! Yay good on you VC Saab for banning Indu from putting himself forward for elections!
Although I have to say if Sanchi is still allowed to put herself forward, then that's not technically fair. Especially if everyone still thinks she willingly went into the room with Indu. Plus I know I'm sounding biased as an Indu fan, but why wasn't she pulled up, for showing her recording of Indu so publicly in the first place? She also created a scene and made a tamasha on campus when she didn't need to, so she really should have been reprimanded for that, even if it was just a slap on the wrist.
Personally I would love to see all the students one day turn to Indu and Sanchi, and say 'Why the hell can't you two keep your private business to your selves?! As we are seriously not interested in what goes on in your personal lives and quite frankly were sick of hearing about it! So just get a room and sort out your differences, and make it preferably off campus!'
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