Posted: 08 September 2012 at 9:06am | IP Logged
Actually, that's exactly what my thoughts were at first. But then I thought about it again.
Let me paint a scenario for you.
1. The man you love the most is extremely emotionally dependent on another woman - be it his mother or sister or whoever. So much so that when that woman sneezes, your man runs to her with a tissue even if you suffering from Typhoid at that time.
2. That woman takes precedent in everything in your life. You can't have a birthday because that woman is not feeling like having a party, you can't have a wedding because the woman is sad, you can't spend time with your husband because the woman wants your husband to cater to her whims at that time.
3. The moment your husband wants to dedicate exclusively to you, the woman does something to make sure his attention again goes back to her.
What would you do?
You'll do one of two things.
a. You'll walk out of the man's life stating that you are tired playing second fiddle everytime.
b. You'll ensure the woman have someone else to play with and leave your husband alone for you to get on your life as a couple.
That does not mean you trust that person you brought to distract her. But it means that finally, you have had enough of leaving a secondary life to that woman. Now you just want all these whining, crying melodrama to stop, so your husband gets his life back and so do you. Because until that woman gets what she wants, she won't let anyone have anything.
Originally posted by freya2
Great post. But I don't agree with it fully.
Khushi might want to see Arnav happy, and therefore she needs to make Anjali happy.. But by getting Shyam back into the house, Khushi should know that she won't see Arnav happy or sad, she will find him dead!
Come on if we wanted to see our husband happy we wouldn't bring a man into the house who is a threat to his life and everyone else's, regardless of the situation.
I understand Khushi's plight, but unfortunately I can't agree with her actions, no matter what the reasons are. This man sexually harassed her, tried to kill her and she knows he didn't care about Anjali or the baby's safety one bit, he tried to force himself on her, then he kidnapped her husband, got her husband beaten up, tried to burn her husband to death, tied her up and left her for dead on a road, insulted her in front of everyone, tried to ruin her marriage, and even then we're meant to think, oh how sweet Khushi is for bringing back Shyam into the house because she wants to see Arnav happy??
More like dead.
She knows he is a threat to everyone, yet we're meant to believe she is bringing him into the house for everyone's happiness?
I'm sorry but to me it just seems stupid. No woman in her right mind, having the knowledge Khushi does, would want such a man in her house. All the reasons behind it are invalid in relation to how much she knows.
I don't hate Khushi, but I hate the writers. All this time I've been watching IPKKND, I thought Khushi was different to all the heroines I see in other shows. She was intelligent, and not shown to be stupid like most female leads are shown to be in other shows. Women are always shown to be the ones who need rescuing, who lack brains and mental strength, but Khushi was different. She's the one who had the mental strength to fight Shyam and had the brains to find out Shyam's plans, and she rescued Arnav, and I absolutely loved it! I know I sound so emotional about it, but it felt good seeing a woman who was capable of actually being the heroine, rather than a damsel in distress. Finally a woman was shown to be independent and capable of doing things by herself, but at the same time she had all the traditional traits of a woman, someone who is loving and caring.
But now they are ruining it. They are making her typical, and instead of finding reasons behind Khushi's actions, we should be opposing it.. That's why I signed Rima's petition.