Finally one of the most awaited shows went on-air today. The first episode was well-paced and I love how, instead of directly introducing the characters, they let them blend in the flow of the story.
Tara seems to be like those typical rich mothers who cannot tolerate her daughter being married to a financially inferior man. Rather typical, if you ask me. From Rohan's family, I need more time for insights into other characters but can I say I just love his Bhabhi? She can put her point across politely yet firmly. Without any frown on her face, she managed to convey to Tara that she will not stand any nonsense against her family; a very very admirable quality.
Now coming to Rohan-Muskaan. When the episode started, I was a tad bit disappointed because they seemed like those typical husband-wife who fight just because they have ego issues. But as the episode progressed, my opinion changed totally. They really seem to love each other a lot despite the fights and if they can fight, they also know how to make it up to each other. Honestly, the first scene didn't even come across as a proper-proper fight in which their families need to intervene.
It was only towards the end of the episode that we realise that there is so much more to the 'issues' Rohan and Muskaan have with each other. A tragedy, a painful memory which Rohan wants to leave behind but Muskaan cannot. They clash because while Rohan wants to move on from the sad past to make a happier future, Muskaan cannot help but hold on to what she should probably let go. But it is not always as easy as that, is it?
Slowly and steadily, Rohan tries to reconstruct their path of life but Muskaan makes it clear that maybe she just wants to continue treading the road which echoes all the painful memories.
Gradually, their ways are separating but they're soulmates, true lovers. They have to be together, right? Tragedy drove them apart, tragedy will bring them together again (:
Edited by PurpleFairy - 10 September 2012 at 10:34am