Posted: 29 July 2012 at 4:19pm | IP Logged
I think as a Sugvi Fan and correct me if I am wrong.
The most annoying part of the so-called Greyness of Vikram, is the extent to which the cvs are doing it.
I like grey because no one is perfect. However, the way in which the cvs are portraying Vikram seems way too forced, in order to justify a Sugni and Adi jodi.
The Vikram we met initially, was a man who believed in justice and equality. The other Thakurs have said it, he wants to change the world etc. TJS does not even like him, even though we do not know the full reason, it is still obvious that part of the reason is that Vikram had no intention of living like other Thakurs and their Bednis. Vikram was just different in certain ways.
Now, with that observation of Vikram in the early stages, and the Vikram now, the behavioural patterns does not coincide. I can understand him not being perfect, like anyone else, and not reveal the truth to Sugni in the earlier stages and even up to the point when Gulabiya confronted him. However, to watch Sugni choose him over her Mother, perfect or no perfect, that sort of behaviour is not in line with a man who stands up for justice. That is not the man, who brought Sugni's Aunt to his house, not caring what society says, to let her give birth to her baby.
The cvs really expect us to buy into this greyness that is borderline totally wrong. Which kind-hearted man like Vikram that we saw, would watch his love, Mother go away from her daughter and not try to fix it? Trying to show us this crazy, obsessed man who will do anything to keep his love. This is going way too far now.
They wonder why not many people hate Vikram? is it that we can't because we know it is forced just so they can justify a Jodi, that is so non-existent that they brought in a new guy, and I still cannot see this chemistry happening.
So, what are the Cvs going to do next? Kill Vikram, so they can finally get a Adi and Sugni Jodi? Are they going to make Vikram kill Reva, so he can have Sugni? Then we hate him? What next?
If they like to see misery fine, but why show unrealistic drama, to kill the good character you created in the first place?
I welcome all opinions, but let us keep it peaceful.
Edited by hillydee - 29 July 2012 at 4:20pm