>>>> Him singling out Madhu and her faith in bappa was telling about his own feelings about her I think. (warning: my delusional self is about to come out) I would like to think that he wants her to have some faith in him, as much as he denies it.
Me too joining in. I felt the same and actually would want to delude myself that way. Its happy and cosy feeling that way
>>>>I would say that their bedroom scenes are my favourite, I loved when she turned around to look at him and smiled. This time she was already in bed without him having to tell her that that's where would sleep. To throw my 2 cents into the pillow discussion, the pillows were still there between them.
Agree. Let me add my take. Posted in Dove's post.
>>>>I too loved the bedroom scene. More so because they have grown quite comfortable in each other's company. The Biwi and Shauhar act like they are past their mid-life crisis and just are shameless about hurting each other, enjoy blasting each other and yet cannot stay away from each other, because they feed on each other for their own survival. Well we all agree that is what RK is doing. Don't you think even Madhu is that. She was so preaching RK, if a begaana, then why this Bechaini and tilmilana ? And what was missy doing ? She herself is rule breaker one. Itni hee RK se begaani ho, then why care for his faith to return. Who cares ?? TELL TELL MISSY !!!!
Even I liked Madhu's comparative answer to RK on absence of father in their lives. Atleast he has good memories for a father, she just has one knowledge that he was wanting to kill her.
The kabab bomb wasn't that big a surprise to me.
My reaction to whole Kabab track is
>>> They follow up this big dramatic (and I use this term loosely here) sequence with the guy being so conflicted in his room afterwards when he was going to take a drink. Why the hesitation when you just had a chicken kabab in front of bappa?