Posted: 11 August 2012 at 12:00pm | IP Logged
Originally posted by marauder
You know Pree I have never told you this but you know what is the best thing about your works are? Their is an uncertainity factor in it. One can't expect what's gonna come next at him. You take a character and place him/her in completely unexpected setting. In the last OS it was KD and Kiya walking in bylanes of Mumbai and travelling by locals. And here in this OS its Kiya and Anya together spending time with gang thrown in.
Now coming to this OS. I have never actually thought how will be Anya really in reality! But I liked your characterisation of her. She is very much like Kiya, a person who has lost her own identity in an attempt to fulfill her parents expectation. I loved the equation you have shown between both sister. Best portion was undoubtely the part where both confessed that they didn't have friends. So I guess I could totally understand how come both gujral sister bonded that easily. Shopping portion was beautifully penned, and those little anecdote which you added to them, really were pleasant.
Personally I loved the the conversation between Kiya and Anya. It was really written realistically. But I would have loved if you have given Nawab Saheb dialogue too in the end part. See I love his dialogues and style of his dialoge delievery. Hopefully it will happen in next part.
You have left the OS at an interesting part. Or may be character of Kiya share so many different equation with different characters that it would be interesting to see all the character there. Highlight would be definitely KD. But other character could be interesting to watch too.
Firstly... I can't tell how much my writer's heart has swelled with love seeing the length of your comment. It's not everyday that you get healthy four paragraphs of a comment from one of the most awaited readers and that too so brilliantly written.
Uncertainty is the flavor of life, won't you agree? And thanks for mentioning your favorite part about my works. As I said, it's a writer's Christmas present!
Watching Kiya I wondered where she gets her innocence from. Not the mother, heavens no! And then I thought about the bond between me and my brother. He's the one who has shaped me and my talents. I wondered where would I be if we faltered and the answer was, right where Kiya is.
Both DID not have friends. Anya is going to do something about it. Atleast for her sister's sake. Maybe a bit for herself. But at the end of the day, she has to go back to being the popstar.
Nawab Saheb has just entered, he's gonna be soul of the second part, well apart from "gaad dunga, ukhad dunga" none other than Mr. Pids (I love putting that dialogue before his name. It's really a wonder watching him here as a humorous side-kick and lover from that seriously charming chocolate boy in the Cadbury Ad. Samar's dialogues are like my father's way of talking after me, my brother and dad have spent an evening of reading Urdu sha'yari.
The first part just highlighted KiAn. Now you'll see multitude of emotions. KD-Kiya, Ranveer-Kiya, Paanchi-Kiya-Bobby, Anya-KD, Anya-Ranveer... There's lots in store!
Here I won't chose between Ranveer and KD... they're both the charm of the second part.
And you see... A long comment gets a longer reply!