Originally posted by -Rinky-
Do you find Indira a gullible person who believes blindly in people she loves...whatever they might have done in past? Today when she was throwing Inder out and they showed the Flashbacks I was like...kitney baar is bandar ne Indira ko hurt kiya hai? aur kitnee baar kareyga? aur kitney din Indira ko isse sehna pareyga? baar baar baar...wohi cheese...woh ata hai...dhokha deta hai aur inder usko hurt karke chala jata hai...
Inder me bhi uska swabhiman kabhi bhi nahi jaagta...How can any father be sooo freaking mean and insensitive... I dont want to see Indira to face Inder any time soon...
another thing...Rishi too lied to Indira today...And she believed him...If i were in her place I would have not trusted him so easily...He is a master at Lies...and she should have known that instead of admitting the truth he would surely Lie again...his tone was so animated...almost OTT...that should have given her a signal...that something is amiss...
Indira irrespective of her prescence of mind ends up believing people way too much...
What do you think? Should Indira become more careful about believing people? Or she should remain the way she is...Do reply...
As far as inder is concerned, i think somewhere in a hidden corner of her heart she loves inder. She wants to believe him, but her common sense doesnt allow her that. I think if i were in her position, i too would be eager to have my father back (For indira - he pampered her a lot in her childhood, she was his most fav among the four, he never used to attend office when she was ill, used to play with her). For any person childhood memories are very strong and influence them through out their life, even when they are 80-90 yrs old. Her childhood memories about her father was the best. Thts why inder could cheat her this time when her lover/husband's life was at risk. When rishi was kidnapped, indira was not in her sensible state of mind. I think no one in real life would be too. Inder took advantage of this weakness. I think all the viewers of HD knew that inder has a hand in this kidnap business the day kidnappers asked for the huge amount which could be had only if she sold that house. She didnt know, coz she was not in a state to think sensibly. If i were in her position, i too would hang on to the last straw or for that matter any straw that will bring husband back.
I think in real, when some one close to u does any wrong, u still wait for the light at the end of the tunnel, hoping one day they will do right. You might be angry, u can hate them, u might never forgive them, but still you will hope that one day things will become right. Such strong emotions do not arise for some one you dont care, even if its hate.
As far as Rishi is concerned, he is by nature a mast person. He lies, but i dont think it will be destructive for others. He lies for small and harmless things. Of course, it does point towards the reliability of such a person, but his lie are very different from Inder's lies. He might hurt indira with his small lies (if his lies come out) but they are forgivable. Not like the unforgivable ones that inder commits. Inder ka jooth gunah hai tho, rishi ki sirf galti hai.
U might ask about when he lied about his identity and about Vidit. Vidit's accident happened b4 he met indira, and he could not have stayed and acted on his plans if he has told about his real identity. So both this things are connected to the past when inshi had not met/fallen in love.
Rishi's masti and jugaadpan might wane away with time as he grows and matures in relationships, like a husband, father, son, grandpa etc etc (i hope it wont take till grandpa), with time, but inder might never come to his sense ever, and if at all he comes to sense it might be too late.
Hence i think, rishi's and inder's lies cannot be compared in parallel. They go opposite directions. I think indira knows that. Thst why she belives rishi.
Definitely any person should learn from previous experiences, after all thats wht life is about. U learn and grow older and wiser. For her father she should learn to never believe in him. For rishi, she should learn that he might lie, but he will never put her in danger or will leave her side. If he lie, its to take short cuts in life, instead of the long way indira takes. Short cuts are better or long winding ways- lets leave each of us to decide it for ourselves .
This is only my POV. If some has some other POV pls write - i am eager to learn you POVs too. After all life is too short that you dont have time to make all the mistakes by urself and then learn.
Edited by dhanya.r - 20 June 2012 at 11:21am