Hello shello Pooja ji *waves and tentatively sneaks in*
I liked today's epi as well...I think Zoya's shrill tones were somewhat reduced today and I was thankful for that after some recent scenes where they were showing her overdoing it...but to see her in slightly sober tones is nice...the girl can act but they need to give her better material.
The first scene especially was really amusing for the way Zoya was going on and on about how she sorted out those lechers and Asad had this PAINED look on his face...when Zoya said, "Girls can take care of themselves", I thought they'd show Asad getting a FB of her famous pepper spray dhamkis
...but they didn't...haha...and the look on his face when she spills the water...lol...can a 4 Lions heroine ever NOT be clumsy? Nopeee :P...
The dinner table scene was funny too...the actors all do the interplay quite well...especially Najma and Dilshad's surreptitious smiles in the background watching Asad-Zoya clashing every time...lol...in a sense these clashes are not done in as cliched a manner so that's refreshing.
Word to what you said about Rashid-Dilshad's chemistry...I like the bg tune they use on them too...brings out a kind of pathos.
Dilshad really is suchhh a graceful and beautiful lady...so I understand why Asad's vision of an ideal woman is one like his mother...lol too bad for him though that he's gonna get klutzy Ms. pepper spray instead.
I liked the scene with the typical "what does love mean to you?" convo as well...despite the cliches, I feel the dialogues were good...especially Zoya's bit...it wasn't AS typical sa "mere sapno ka rajkumar" types...there was actually this kind of pure HAPPINESS in it along with the dreamy quality that I think Surbhi expressed quite well.
Asad's vision of his ideal girl is quite pragmatic based on his personality so I wonder how he'll ever learn to deal with the whirlwind that Zoya ji is.
I have to say it's interesting that for a change they are trying something OTHER than the businessman falls for behenji type girl storyline...Zoya is deffo no behenji and a little too "modern" for the rare conservative hero Asad.