Posted: 12 November 2012 at 4:24pm | IP Logged
@ZoyaAsadKhan: I completely understand. Thanks for clearing up a few things for me as well :D.
But you may be jumping to conclusions a bit. When Aayan asks Asad for help I don't think Zoya will be married to Asad. I think it is during this time, and sometime after that Asad and Zoya's relationship will slowly develop. Part of the reason I'm convinced that Asad and Zoya won't be married when Aayan asks for her back, is because I can't conceive Asad Zoya falling in love that fast, nor can I picture a situation where their families want a union for them. So that rules out the only two ways they'll marry. The fact that she's his brothers ex-wife should make her off limits. When the time comes, they might fact opposition to their marriage, not encouragement.
Post Aayan Zoya breakup, Asad may try to help (i.e.: arrange a few meetings etc), but in the end Zoya will refuse. Plus, Aayan may not have the guts or courage to bring his family around to her.
When Asad and Zoya do marry, and they will, it will be for good. Their marriage is the compatible one that will stick. I'm not so sure that Aayan and Zoya's marriage will be painted as a contract and/or unconsummated one though. It might be 'real'.
What I mean to say is, there will be no second divorce track. Asad and Zoya won't split. Even postulating such a thing will be beyond the show. I may be reading too much into the opening credits, but at the start of each scene Aayan Asad and Zoya are standing together in that order (left to right). Zoya is very clearly on Asad's side, and not standing in the middle. The triangle love story isn't the main part of this show. Its a family drama, so I'm guessing the triangle stuff will be subtle or unimportant in the long run. Except for making Zoya and Asad accept that the type of people they wanted for spouses were not necessarily good for them. Zoya got the free thinking liberal guy, but he wasn't 'rooted' enough for her (cue Asad), and Asad got the girl who dressed only in salwaar kameezes, but found that had nothing to do with tehzeeb (cue Zoya).
Trust me, it'll be good. 4 Lions doesn't disappoint. I've never taken part in the Geet IPKKND wars, and I'm not taking part in any war between IPKKND and Qubool Hai now. I have watched and loved both 4 Lions shows. They deliver. Any drawbacks with IPKKND were due to network interference (star plus is so annoying), but zeetv is much better. They let the writers and producers do whatever they want, so we'll get a good show and not stupid nonsensical tracks.
Edited by Charishma - 12 November 2012 at 4:35pm