Posted: 10 August 2012 at 3:25pm | IP Logged
Originally posted by Escape.My.Love.
You know what startled me and hit me the most today guys??????? The precap. If you notice...more than Madhu killing herself today...it is RK who by every unconscious route with his lamb across the alcohol imbedded fire is promising and Destiny and establishing the peril and firm knot of RK killing himself completely and giving birth to Rishabh..more than Madhu dying a silent death today by being a katputli from now on..it is RK who has in drunken stance...promised himself through the meaningful four pheras to save , respect , honour and cherish Madhu always..and the "marriage ends" only on the establishment of RK's commitment...as if the cosmos..the stars..destiny's mock grin has entangled its dark child to bury himself and find rishabh within through the every meaning and belief within the first four pheras..its baffling but it shows the future of their marriage...and that is RK deconstructing himself for his wife and making Rishabh born who will save protect , shield this lamb through her every circumstance even though her life has become nothing but a tag and brand of his name...so ironic..so gob smacking..and so thoughtful of the writers to symbolize each phera to be the steps towards killing the wolf and igniting the human..
see i actually agree with u here, i felt the pheras were purely ironic in that right now rk is doing the exact opposite of what the pheras are demanding of him. and the even more ironic thing is that it is actually foreshadowing the future (i think). But will his future 'protection' justify what he has done today...never. and should madhu forgive and forget just because he suddenly changes and realises he actually needs madhu in his life... i dont know, i question this. why do writers of indian dramas make the female suffer so much just for a man,,, to 'save' a man. when at the end of it all... is the man really worth having your dignity and soul ripped to shreds? why do we never see women being cruel, why dont audiences forgive cruel women because of their dark past?