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redeye2012 Goldie

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Posted: 04 September 2012 at 7:37pm | IP Logged

Aman is inflammable. 


Aman is a street-smart, quick-thinking, man-of-the-world compared to our slow, sedate, simple, content-in-my-small-world sort of person like Yash.


Aman is an incorrigible flirt while Yash is a text-book romantic.   

Aman is mature under the facade of childishness, while Yash is a child under the facade of maturity.

Aman can process complexity, deal with problems head-on, is practical, observant, and has the vision to foresee consequences, while Yash needs everything to be simple and linear, is abstract, blind to the obvious, and cannot think far ahead.


Aman can put himself in another's shoes, sympathize and empathize, while Yash can only think of his own feelings.


Aman is persistent despite obstacles, roadblocks and is not afraid of confrontation while Yash breaks down at the first obstacle and runs away at the sight of confrontation.


Aman can wiggle out of any situation by any means possible, while Yash will choose to remain stuck because of his ideals.


Aman can take disappointment in his stride while Yash falters in the face of little negativity.


Aman is dangerous while Yash is safe.


Aarti can find peace only in Yash not Aman.  Ironical, yet not.


Aarti seems to have a lot in common with Aman - both seem street-smart, think on their feet, love to have fun, seem adventurous and can survive in any situation. They are both persistent, friendly, open, hate negativity. At the same time, both are drifters. They go where their will takes them but that doesn't keep them happy for long. Both seek to return to the comfort of the known.


I love Aman. He is a far more interesting character than Yash.   I loved how he stopped Pankaj from going on and on at Aarti with just a 'Hey, Relax'.  And also, how he couldn't bother about Yash either. Yash really had to do his now-termed 'slinking' act. 


I believe Aman has just a hint of romantic feelings for Aarti, but doesn't want to ruin his friendship for the sake of a casual flirtation. That makes Aarti even more special for him.  It is possible, he harbored stronger feelings in the past but felt Aarti deserved better.  


Episode One-Line Review:  Aman ate Yash for breakfast. 

Edited by redeye2012 - 04 September 2012 at 7:50pm

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anonee IF-Sizzlerz

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Posted: 04 September 2012 at 7:40pm | IP Logged
Originally posted by Alamelu

@"Jyo: Secondly How come kids r gone with servants while Aarti and Yash r alone standing somewhere when they came to Mumbai to spent time with kids ??"
This is exactly what I said in one of my postings.  Where did the kids disappear to when they came to mumbai to spend time with them...
@alamelu - My apologies for not comprehending your post!!!

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kt25 Goldie

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Posted: 04 September 2012 at 7:43pm | IP Logged
Thank you @Zetter. You know Arti is not perfect. The girl has her own flaws. However, she has come a long way from where she was to where she is today and has give her heart and soul to make this marriage and her relationship with Yash, his kids and the rest of the family work. As you saw my earlier post couple of days ago, that I was made at Yash for putting her through this but I have calmed myself down. After all he is smitten and crazy in love and doing all these breaking things/running away simply to avoid confronting his own emotions for Arti that has completely engulfed him and causing all the more pain and grief for him. I now feel sad for Yash as well. They are two poor souls who are desperately in need of love, care and each others affection.

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InduG64 IF-Rockerz

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Posted: 04 September 2012 at 7:46pm | IP Logged
What an honest-to-character, evenly paced episode that was the perfect setting for the unveiling of an event that had unleashed a storm of hatred and disappointment in the gentle lady's life. They say virtue is like the most  precious odors, which are most fragrant when incensed or crushed...Aha, Aarti's virtue is going through the ultimate crushing, yet her strength, her dignity stands tall.

O, what a tangled web we weave...when unknowingly, unwittingly we deceive... 

Vidhi was completely devastated...understandably so. The person she trusted so much, the one she considered her younger sister, the one for whom for the first time she openly spoke up for, the one for whom she defied her husband and invited his wrath...that person seemed to have stabbed her in the back, first by deceiving and then not owning up. Vidhi was going through similar chain of reactions that Yash went through when he first realized he was being deceived...only, unlike Yash, her angst burst forth in the form of severe tongue lashing (to the extent that she accused Aarti of infidelity), quivering gestures, and ceaseless stream of tears...yet the most severe form of reaction from the gentlest and softest person in the family. She loves Aarti, acknowledges her love, so expects Aarti to explain the visual imageries that are telling a different story...that's the reason, she doesn't leave but waits for Aarti to have her say...Somewhere she does want Aarti to clear herself...somewhere she wants to be wrong...somewhere she still believes in Aarti. This is where her anguish differs from Yash's...simply because in her pain lies her love, and Aarti knows that...whereas though in his pain lies his love for Aarti, neither Aarti knows nor is he ready to acknowledge himself. That's why where Vidhi confronts...he runs or pushes Aarti away...afraid that his reactions would unveil what he is so desperately trying to hide.

As for other family members, bua goes the expected route of attacking her character and trying to snatch away her mangalsutra...and that is when Aarti physically stops her. SP looks simply let down and hurt...and Gayatri for the first time decides to give the benefit of doubt and offers enough leeway to Aarti to explain herself...

Not knowing that we can be loved for what we truly are prevents us from trusting in love itself, which in turn causes us to turn away from life and doubt its benevolence.

Yash refuses to face the healing...preferring to keep his wounds raw... "Why? What are you so afraid of, Yash? Are you afraid that along with the healing will come an awareness? An awareness born out of the love that you so zealously conceal?"... Herein lies the difference between him and her...where she digs into last of her reservoir of strength and faces the ire and the disgust and the hatred of the entire family, just so she can prove her innocence and bring forth the truth...he runs away from that very truth, refusing to face the inevitable..." Once again, what scares you Yash? That you will have to acknowledge that you love her? That you will willingly let your old identity wither and fall away...and face the new awakening...the warmth of which will make you break out of your self-imposed prison?"...

Aman won't leave it at that...He has come to broker peace and restore his friend's happiness...and he'll be damned if he'll let the stubborn mule of her husband to try to shove him away. Even Pankaj is respectfully but firmly kept at bay... This has been Yash's bane...he wants to run, and his family shows him the way...even clearing the passage for his escape...always the same story. But not this time!!! This time Yash has hit the biggest roadblock by the name of Aman...and as such has no place to run but to turn and face him...face the truth...the truth that stared into his face by Aman's close proximity to her in Mumbai...

He came out of nowhere and started showing too much familiarity with his wife. Yash saw green...but he was her friend, so he had to play along. But all the time his eyes kept straying at their interaction...what he was saying...how he made her laugh...how easily he touched her...how at ease she was with him...how he praised her...and how he tried to flirtingly stake claim on her. He had no ways to know that he was just being taken for a ride by Aman...in a bid to prove to Aarti that her sadu is totally smitten by and head over heels in love with her. She was happy with the pace at which the things were moving with her and Yashji...but she fell to temptation when Aman suggested the jealousy fuel to fasten the process. He was right to a certain extent, and Yash did fall prey to all the openings...be it the preference of color that best suited Aarti or the visible unease at she knowing Aman's food preferences. Yet, the shot in the dark was Aman's cheeky complaint to Aarti that had she let him know about her plans to remarry, he'd have presented himself. That set Yash off...somewhere it hit him home that Aarti is not to be taken for granted. He could easily lose her!!!

"The problem with you, Yash is that you think the warmth ignited in your heart isn't really yours...that someone else gave it to you...transferred to you...that's why you became obsessed with Arpita because you thought she was the provider of this warm love...when in truth this feeling in you comes from the warm sunshine that enters your heart when you yourself open it...and you have opened your heart again to let that connection enter and put your soul at peace...She has entered to be one with your soul. You just need to face the fact that you feel warm when she is around because your heart provides that warmth...and no one else!!!!"

That's it friends. Aman is sure to give some reality checks to the dunce...and once the real story is out, the whole family is going to look like deers caught in glare of headlights...stunned that they could stoop so low as to doubt Aarti's character. I, as the audience, then would want a mass apology from all the Scindia vituosos...with Yashbabu leading the pack.

Have a great day.Smile

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saf24 IF-Rockerz

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Posted: 04 September 2012 at 7:50pm | IP Logged
@ Indu & Red: Loved your takes

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anonee IF-Sizzlerz

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Posted: 04 September 2012 at 7:54pm | IP Logged
@Indu - as usual superb take!

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akui1984 IF-Rockerz

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Posted: 04 September 2012 at 7:55pm | IP Logged
@ ilovepyaar  - Thanks for the take on why Aman show up in Bhopal...Cause I could not connect the dots initially and was thinking...first he knows Aarti is in Mumbai and mysteriously showed up there..Then he knows Aarti is in Bhopal and make an appearance...But your take seems quite a possibility...

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tarantulla_p Goldie

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Posted: 04 September 2012 at 7:57pm | IP Logged
@Red, nice. quite the Aman fan I see ;). I didnt see as many virtues in him, just thought he was unapologetic-ally obnoxious where as Yash wasa plain old jerk..quite a choice to pick from for Aarti.

@Indu, good reading your interpretation after a while now.

Okay, switching back to work for a few..

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