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He manages to say that the incident took place in Mumbai, at night in the rain and that nobody can help him as he is destined to live a life of loneliness. I think back in Mumbai, this is where Yash got his reality check when he realised how much Aarti meant to him as she was missing on a rainy night and so he thought that he would lose her as lost Arpita to the rains four years earlier.
My friend you have hit the nail in the head. Once he realizes that she has become important to him he is running scared. He does not want to love and lose the second time over. It is too painful he has 4 years of grieving already so he does not want to risk it. So he is finding fault with her as an excuse to stop himself from admitting that he is in love with her. And so the whole drama over Aman. Yash should not be shown as a shakki pati otherwise. I will not be able to take it personally.
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So, Aman is a touchy-feely kinda guy!
Aman doesn't know his boundaries and this happens when one is single and yet to get out of his college mode. And we know Aman hasn't yet 'grown up' fully. He plays pranks - like the way he follows Aarti in his car, the way he disappears from his car (this I'd like to know how myself), the way he tries to scare her with a disembodied voice, the black hood itself, the childish names given to adults (like sadoo) and so on. It is clear that he is yet to learn the ways of the unforgiving, jump-to-conclusions adult world. It is also clear that Aman has special feelings for Aarti, even as he knows that he's not the one for Aarti. He comes across like the typical incorrigible flirt who can't help himself. And when he realizes Aarti's situation, the same experience helps him to zone in on the issue in a jiffy -that Yash has fallen in love and is feeling jealous. Aman is typical of guys who are afraid to move to the next level of relationships and hence doesn't understand his boundaries. When one steps out of the cocoon of the teen and the college years and steps into the world of responsibilities, marriage and parenthood, one automatically learns of these boundaries irrespective of whether the marriage is a happy one or not, whether the marriage is consummated or not, whether the marriage is a real marriage or not.
Aarti with all her maturity didn't seem to have recognized or realized this. She decides to take a quick trip back into the college cocoon with Aman. And Aman being the proactive guy with his own issues crossed boundaries without respecting that Aarti was a much-married woman with kids and had left the college cocoon long ago. And Aarti, perhaps caught up in her own joy of the moments with Yash and perhaps, just perhaps with a teenie-weenie bit of desire to make Yash jealous (she has shown these tendencies before), sees no harm in a little cavorting with Aman, safe in the knowledge that there is nothing between her and Aman.
To answer our myriad questions, a digital camera miraculously makes its appearance into the children's cupboard, Since the CVs just opened up a fresh can of worms called logic loopholes, I will wait to see if they show Yash realizing he's not hip and goes to a camera store to replace the ancient SLR camera with a not-so-hip looking digital one. Then, I'd like to see at what point in time that this camera walked into the closet.
But, the images on the camera - lordy lord! Those images were weird even for a friendly brother and sister!
Aarti forgot all about this. I find it hard to believe. She's afflicted with G3's memory loss issues. She forgot the fire in the house, she forgot the rains (she knows Yash has bad memories associated with them) and she forgot she came back at 3 in the morning, just few hours before they left for Mumbai. How could she not think that this was out of the ordinary? Not only she wiped out an entire person (goes to show how insignificant she thinks of Aman) from her memories, she forgot an entire unusual and awkward in my book incident. A married woman may hate or love her husband, but she ought to find the circumstances really awkward at some level. And in this case, Aarti is not only married, she has been married before, has had to suffer insults on her character by her ex-hubby too. I have seen young married couples who behave freely with friends of the opposite sex one time and the next time you meet them in a gathering, they are all stiff and conscious! Not that such circumstances are unbelievable because they are not, but Aarti's responses and reactions are hard to believe.
Are the CVs going to convey that she selectively blocks out memories a-la Prashant (not that Aman and the rains were bad)? But, if they bring another psychological angle, I'm going to throw my remote at the TV, considering how well they handled Yash's psychiatric issues. Anyway, I have lowered my expectations from the CVs when it comes to intelligent plotting and logic. They seem to have increased the drama quotient at the expense of logic. This ain't a zero-sum game.
Bua is the boy who cried wolf! Hilarious. The one time she was actually honest about what she saw, she got rebuffed. She sits simmering in anger in the back seat of the car, while Aarti sits simmering in fear in hers, at Yash losing his 'aapa'.
There lived a father in Bhopal called Scindia Papa
Had an angry spoilt middle-aged son who eyes went poppa
He broke the dinner table in a fury
There were no glass bowls, crockery or cutlery
The Scindias starved to death because he lost his aapa
Pankaj and Vidhi's problems continue to simmer in the bedroom. Pankaj wants a typical wifey moment and asks her to sew the button on his shirt . Vidhi, simply hands him another shirt and walks off. Pankaj walks away like he's ready to pop off the remaining buttons as well, but they hold, thankfully.
The Scindia siblings try to have a pity party for Yash's sake. The topic is wife-bashing. Well, Yash is an expert in pity parties, but he likes to party alone. His pity parties are of a different genre and timber. Not the run-of-the-mill swig some glasses of whiskey and spill your guts for him. Pankaj and Prateek do some good acting to do some really bad acting to convey that they are drunk. It was hilarious how the two try to recreate their teenage and supposedly mischievous years for Yash. I can't blame the Scindia brothers for the amateurish psychotherapy. When a trained Dr. Dhawan couldn't do any better, the Scindia brothers are forgiven this. It appears that an adult conversation is impossible with Yash, so he has to be regressed to a more innocent time - G3 reminds him of his childhood, and then Pankaj takes him back to a time when they were typical boys -when they wait for their elders to leave the building, while Prateek sneaks the whiskey bottle from Papa S's room and then breaks the bottle to make it seem like it was an accident and so on.
Just when things get warm and hot, they forget they need to be in character and spring into absolute lucidity. They exhort Yash to spit it all out. Yash was a cry-baby when he was young and he is a cry-baby now. Wonderful reinforcement of Yash's character!
Episode One-Line Review: Progress on many fronts, but huffing and puffing still continues for the elusive climax.
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@ Angel: Thanks. When I saw it,Yash came to mind instantly.
@ Deepti: Thanks. You elaborated on that statement really well.
@Samana: Thanks and welcome back. Yep I agree with you on Pankaj
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