Firstly, a 'normal good man' who follows his scripture (according to all three monotheist faiths) is highly unlikely to fall for a daughter of a prostitute. In our scripture we are told to marry the one who believes in God, and one who has a good character.
"Women of purity are for men of purity, and men of purity are for women of purity."(Quran 24:26)
Prophet Muhammad (p.b.u.h.) recommended Muslim men to select spouses who are best in religion (Deen) and character. He said:
"A woman may be married for four reasons: for her property, for her rank, for her beauty, and for her religion (and character), so marry the one who is best in the religion and character and prosper." (Bukhari and Muslim)
Vikram is not a small boy, or a young teenager. He is not a drunkard, or a womaniser. He does not fall into rage easily.
He's been shown to be a smart, middle-aged man & his goals are beyond such base desires. From his background he must have a had a spiritual awakening to carry this far. He must have had a good upbringing to make him resilient, strong, empathetic and have such a calm temperament. It's impossible not to have someone to support him in his youth, for him to be well educated, humorous, assertive, wealthy and confident. Someone must be out there for him to successfully provide for his family, his Jiji and keep Aditya there. There must be some strong bond for him to want to be with his mother & sister and the rest of his family & friends.
Someone out there must be strong enough for this family to have succeeded as a decent household this far. If they were so against him, then Vikram would have fallen apart ages ago and led his life alone, they would not show their presence in his daily life.
Therefore, Mother Takur at least should show her true colours, becoming the strong mother she is supposed to be. She has options to talk to Vikram & empathise with him, separating Vikram from Sugni and let him start a fresh life somewhere else. Mother Takur and Jiji should collectively make Aditya responsible for his immoral wrong doings. It's no point saying that they don't want bednis there while allowing Aditya to marry a bendi after dishonouring Amrita and using her & breaking off his engagement with her.
Vikram is not dead, he is pretty much alive. His heart may be broken because of his nephew's & Sugni's foolish decision, but he has a brain and can use his intelligence.
If Vikram feels his family has forsaken him then nothing prevents him from moving away and starting all over again. He has the money to move town and start his own business. He has a car (which I don't even have)! He has transport, wealth... all the luxuries and opportunities to restart his life & most of all he is more educated than even I am.
For spiritual enlightenment he can pray and get serenity from remembrance of God. Even, if he is not religious, he can work & afford to get therapy. He can pick up a self help book & read it, learning to pull himself out of his negativity & depression & become more self motivated.
However, to keep on showing violence being perpetrated on women is totally wrong, because of the impact of negative messages on human psychology. Women should not be made out to always be the victim.
If there aren't any good characters in this story and TVS was rich out of pure circumstances then this story imho, has collapsed in all standards and there is no purpose to waste our time. All that will happen of course, if it continues its negative course, is these actors reputation will go downhill.
It's no use for CVs depressing the audience with a deathly morbidity. Today we can find plenty of disheartening, real life stories, surrounding us everywhere, in this modern age. There's no need for more negativity to be added in people's already stressful lives. We are not looking for more problems, but hopeful solutions.