As for the ridiculous bail matter, please see my response to Vilasini above.
It is utter nonsense, and much worse than in the Arjun bail case,for
there he at least had excellent references and testimonials, and the
cops were probably convinced, after talking to Sulochana, DK, and
Archana, that he had not been involved in the kidnapping at all
(incidentally, that Rahim Khan is either still in a coma, or he has
dropped into a black hole, like so many other PR threads) and so they
would not have opposed the bail. Here it is very different, and I have
been citing the points I have made above for a few days now. Not that
these legal aspects concern the CVs, they carry on as they like,
It is not just the SP who is a witness to the kidnapping; the key witness is Purvi, for she is the one who can identify all of them beyond the shadow of a doubt. For that very reason, it is she who would be the most in danger.
you might remember, Al Capone stayed out of jail for so very many
years because all the witnesses against him were either intimidated into
reversing their earlier testimony, or ended up six feet under. Finally,
the FBI got him, but only on a tax evasion charge, and put him away.
Vishnu is as brash as one could wish, and he swaggers out in fine style,
surrounded by his chamchas. Manav had better look out. Balan will not
want Vishnu to get involved in any attack on Manav just now, as he is
not in the clear on the kidnapping case by any means, but Vishnu is
itching to get at Manav, and he just might jump the gun, literally and
The Arjun-Purvi scene today was special because of the very unusual
expression on Arjun's face at the very end, when he says "Because I
love you" . It is a curious mixture of tenderness, of the desire to make
her understand just HOW much he loves her, and of a vague apprehension
of losing her somehow that clouds his mind even in this moment of relief
and exaltation. It was something that stays with you long after you
have switched off the TV.
DK was dignity and grace personified, as always, and his gesture towards
Ovi was gentle and touching. I was also pleasantly surprised by the low
key nature of the confrontation between Savita and Sulochana. When one
sees the whole scene, though I still feel that Sulochana was both stupid
and insensitive in going there and in what she said, her reasons, from
her point of view, cannot be dismissed out of hand.
I have a feeling that Manav will turn up at the engagement after all.
As for the Archana-Purvi scene, more than Purvi, with her overflowing gratitude to and love for her aai,
was Archana - the gentle affection in her face , and the throaty laugh
with which she said that she would be doing the same thing at Purvi's godbharai
at the naming ceremony for her children, and even at their wedding -
that stayed with me. Her rendering of the quintessence of maternal love
was truly superb.
That she can project this at just about 25, with a 'daughter' of almost
the same age, and with NO hands on experience of maternal emotions at
all, is a very remarkable achievement in itself. She is getting to be
like old vintage wine, which glows ruby red in the bottle , getting
better and better with the passage of the years.
Jyothi, if we had thought things thru a bit, we would have realised that
the engagement would not be today. There would not have been enough
time. The CVs will not waste such a golden opportunity to use up time
and footage. It might even be spread over 2 episodes, as they will not
lose sight of the Vishnu/Varsha track altogether because of the
Well, adios till next week. A blessed 3 full days of peace and quiet! My advice would be to stay away from the forum, so as to avoid any possibility of running into any more nuggets of wisdom from Tellychakkar or any of its sister publications, that might start off another round of gloom and doom.
Originally posted by jdronamraju
Such an anti-climax today, after all the expectations of seeing the engagement !! My day off is wasted totally
... I was all set for watching re-runs of it without the work interruption...:)
I am still puzzled at how easily they show this bail process in PR. First, it was Arjun who got it from Purvi's contact and now it is Vishnu who gets off easily without even going to the court. Moreover, he is the main kidnapper and the cop is the witness. Why does Sameer Rane say, he needs one witness for this. Isnt he the main witness? saw it all with his eyes, including the shooting !!!! Isnt that enough reason for not getting bail? The shooting itself ? Atleast Arjun was only under suspiscion, but here the cop is a direct witness for the kidnap. Now that vishnu is out, where is the guarantee that they can get him again? No contact info, nothing. He can easily obscond, cant he? I am so confused with all this. Inst shooting a non-bailable crime?
A long awaited cute ARVI scene today. Very nice and heartwarming..
... But, can these guys stop saying "i dont want to lose you..." please...it makes me and several of us nervous...why does Arjun need so many reassurances. STOP IT, Arjun !!
Finally, Ms. Purvi, did say "I Love you" to Mr. AK, which has also been long awaited..
Hmm... I thought Sulochana and Savita back and forth was pretty good. each right in their own way..I was surprised to see Savita talking very calmly but firmly without her usual melodrama.
Very nicely done, and what she said was right, too... Archana and Manav in their usual scenes. Nothing new there...DK was very gracious about his invitation. his gesture to Ovi shows his compassion for her pain. very nicely done without any words...
A nice mother daughter scene, Archana and Purvi, but arent they supposed to talk like that before the actual wedding and not before an engagement...hmm..
I guess, the engagement and its fall out is scheduled for next week...kind of disappointed at not seeing it today, but maybe the good side of it is, if it was today, it would have been a hurried show, now we get a lengthy one...on monday...