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19/7 Dragon Club :Yash Vs Aarti..Game Begins :P (Page 12)

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Posted: 19 July 2012 at 1:08pm | IP Logged
I realised something about Bua today. She appears to be very cold and emotionless, but in reality it is emotions that drive her every action. She is not reacting to Aarti the way she does because of an explainable need for revenge or even a validation of her own existence. On a conscious level, she is reacting to Aarti in a purely impulsive and emotional fashion because she cannot stand to see her happy and accepted. It is like when someone scratches nails on a chalkboard, you immediately try to make them stop, because it makes you physically uncomfortable. That is the effect that Aarti has on Bua and she is doing whatever impulsive thing occurs to her first, to stop it, it being Aarti's love and acceptance in the house, despite her being a "widow."

I am not going to talk much about Bua's "kalakaaris" because they were self-explanatory, i.e. disgusting. Involving the vulnerable feelings of children for personal gain is despicable and I just can't even talk about it without getting angry all over again! So I will choose instead to talk about the foundation that was laid for the positive things to come in the family of five.

I noticed this yesterday, but didn't think the CVs had really thought deeply enough about it so I didn't mention the thoughts I had. What I am talking about is the teddy bear. I saw yesterday how Palak was looking intently at her stuffed bear when Aarti walked into the room and making motions as though the bear was talking to her. It was such a well-thought out little sequence because introverted or lonely children often do make friends out of their toys or have invisible friends, when they can't make friends or don't spend a lot of time with their peers. Today when I saw her rush into the room and talk to her teddy bear about her triumph, I kicked myself for underestimating the writers of the show and was thoroughly impressed. This teddy bear was Palak's friend in loneliness and when she got her due, she told it to the same bear! I thought that was a beautifully conceptualised idea. It reminded me immediately of Calvin and Hobbes, which I absolutely adore.


Not quite Palak, but same idea. LOL


The second scene that was significant was of course Yash's intervention in the scene between Palak, Aarti and Bua. I hated Bua the most here, because she completely destroyed the delicate first step that Aarti had taken in Palak's path to overcoming her fears. I am glad they showed this though because it really made it clear how precarious Palak's new found confidence was, and how easily it could be toppled. She was much more prepared to believe that she had done a bad job and that people just humoured her, than to believe that she had done a good one. It makes me wonder if she is actually going to succeed tomorrow, since she is not back to square one, but set back considerably by Bua.

Yash's timely entry and his support of Aarti may just have saved the situation from utter ruin. He not only supported Aarti, but reinstated Palak's nose diving confidence. If there is one person that Palak trusts more than anyone, it is her father and so his word in favour of Aarti trumped Bua's words against, at least until Bua came back with her next barb involving Ansh, of Aarti manipulating Yash into writing Ansh's speech, which completely complicated the issue in Palak's head, discounted her dad's agency and so made her defensive of him, and made her antagonistic towards both Aarti and Ansh once more. I did really like the little detail of Palak and Ansh looking from Gaya to Bua as they talked, aptly illustrating how kids pick up on every tiny detail of conversation, and eliciting Aarti's plea for Bua not to talk like that in front of them.

The Aarti - Yash bedroom was adorable. Once again, long before she herself was aware of it, Yash picked up on Aarti's wandering mind and pressed the issue out of her, only to come up with a solution immediately. I love this couple for the fact that they avoid communicating with each other for fear of how complicated the problem is, but that when they do communicate, they are rewarded with their better half coming up with a solution as though it was the simplest thing in the world. I hope this encourages them to communicate more!

The reason that Aarti relaxed a bit with Ansh was because she felt Yash taking responsibility, and today he proved his commitment by living up to the promise he made by taking that bullet for her son and making him his own. He made Ansh feel like there was someone on his side and coupled it with the novelty of it being his favourite, new father. This way Ansh would have no resentment towards Aarti and Aarti's load is lightened. I also loved the tender scene between Yash and the sleeping Ansh when he went to drop off his speech. It was a moment of pride, affection, belonging and silent worship for Yash, affirming that yes, this is my son, I love him, I am going to make him win every contest and take away ever obstacle from his path.

I also love in the tea scene, how in an unexpected twist, it was Aarti who formally asked if he needed help writing Ansh's speech, and Yash who morphed the whole conversation into an playful banter, both affirming that he could and wanted to do this for Ansh and that Aarti didn't need to be so formal because this was his job as a dad. How cute was it that he drank her sugarless tea? It reminded me so much of the song "Cheeni Kum" because I think that dexcribes AarYa's romance perfectly, and today, though it surprised him at first, Yash found that he quite liked the tea without sugar and was rid of the notion that it was necessary  for the tea to be complete.


My song dedication to Aarti and Yash today.

Finally, I thought it was really interesting that Yash was covering Arpita's eyes in the picture that was shown. It tickled me to no end that it looked like Yash was blocking his and Aarti's interaction from Arpita's sight, as though she was no longer allowed to be privy to their relationship. All these days we have usually seen the smiling picture of her in her wedding attire, looking ever benevolently down at the new couple but today, her eyes were covered, and while she was still present, she was no longer participating in the moment.

Edited by Samanalyse - 19 July 2012 at 1:09pm

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Posted: 19 July 2012 at 1:17pm | IP Logged
Originally posted by skanda12

The Creatives could easily have shown Aarti as a capable and confident woman able to solve issues herself, no matter how confusing or confounding they may be. But by  making Yash rescue Aarti every time she finds herself in a fix, the Creatives are adding newer dimensions to the Aarti-Yash bonding. It is as if a new layer of richness has been added to the budding relationship, giving it a greater poignancy.


@Mansi, As always loved your take. And loved the "yash to rescue" spin on the whole thing. I just wanted touch on this para of yours. I think what you mentioned here is Mittal's style of story writing. What I have noticed in this show as well as their ther show is exactly the same. If there is an easier route to solve an issue, Mittals show the convoluted route but achieves two things that is 1) a solution and 2) layer being added to a relationship. It is by solving these problems that the characters involved find out more about each other. I find this a beautiful way of telling a story rather than making up random tracks for TRPs. 

Agree about Bua.  She is a sorry excuse for a human being. I absolutely cannot tolerate it when people use little kids for their own means no matter what issues they have in life. 

Bua is abusing Palak and there is no justification for it. Angry

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Posted: 19 July 2012 at 1:17pm | IP Logged
@Samana di..
Omg .. I loveee both ur takes..
I wanna watch d epi even more bcz i cudnt...

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Posted: 19 July 2012 at 1:21pm | IP Logged
@Samana: Oooh what a fabulous analysis of Palak (and her teddy bear)!ClapClapClapClapClapAs usual I missed the meaning of it all, till you wrote about it and then it made utter sense!
 
And you are right ... this Bua's reactions do look more like reflex impulses. But its utterly despicable that she can fill Palak with such evil logic against Aarti. You know this Bua seems to be holding onto Palak for dear life ... if she loses Palak's allegiance Aarti would have won all the rounds of the battle!
 
 
 
 

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Wow @Sam: You got me out of my stalker mode today with thisLOL I was trying to search for something along the lines of this with Calvin & Holbes because it reminded me of that about the kids situation. I got to attend to somethings tonight so can't spend much time here.

Still reading your take.

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@Mansi: Interesting take on Yash to the rescue. I too noticed the trend but didn't think about it with the depth that you did! We have been discussing for many days now how Aarti needing Yash's help is what is going to awaken him to her, and after reading your take, I realise that is exactly what is happening here. And thanks for bringing up that lovely dialogue that made some beautiful cross connections across the family of five. When Yash is in his senses, he is really quite the smart cookie!

@Aparna: A kid can be perfectly fine in one on one situations but have fear of speaking in front of a crowd, even adults can, so I don't think that is inconsistent at all. I agree about using the kids for subterfuge, but somehow I respect the genuine disgust the creatives elicited from me. Today's rasa of the day was definitely bhibatsa (disgust) and it was strong because I wasn't disgusted at the storytelling but at the character. Shobha... just ugh. Dead

@Kirthi: I have noticed that trend with the Mittals too. They always take the hardest way out which is why it has taken Aarti and Yash this long to start functioning as a single parental unit. But because they didn't bypass a single problem, the depth of their relationship already is something remarkable. Their stories are like ogres...who are like onions; they have layers. WinkLOL

@Angel: Always happy to yank you out of silent mode! Evil Smile

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Posted: 19 July 2012 at 1:24pm | IP Logged
@ Samana, wonderful analysis.

Yes, today Palak was to believe Arati and even started to believe her until Bua stepped into the scene. But to a great extend now Bua can manipulate Palak is because of that one lie Arati told to Palak on her birthday Ouch Ouch I felt that its now she is really paying for that lie, because she has no answer when Palak questions her, you again lied to me ? And so she needs someone help to tell Palak that she is not lying and fortunately Yash came in with that help.Today Arati told, only truth will win at the end and yes, Arati has to prove it to Palak that she will always love Palak and will never lie to her.

Bua is only manipulating Palak but its indirectly affecting Ansh also. Its sad to see that Ansh is disliking Yash, but I think at this point it was needed, as from now Yash and Arati will not only work together but will learn to protect their small family of 5 from others.

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Posted: 19 July 2012 at 1:24pm | IP Logged
@Kirthi: You are absolutely right about this Mittas style of storytelling. Its their way of adding layesr to the relationship!

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