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When someone loves you they don't have to say it, you can tell by the way they treat you.
Yash has never been outright in telling Aarti that he loves her but his actions convey that message to her as seen in the way he tries to change his relationship with the Dubeys by becoming their son rather than son in law and asking them to come live with them at Scindia mansion. He respects and admires the relationship between his wife and them and understands their loneliness as it reflects in the love they shower on Ansh and so to ease that pain he makes them an offer that they refuse citing that it would be inappropriate to live at their daughter's house. He then takes their leave with his wife and son in tow, stating that he will take care of Ansh, who is due for a vaccination.
When they arrive at home and are greeted with taunts by Bua, he does not run away as he has done in the past. Instead he stands by her side and listens with a slight disapproval at all that was being said to her. When they get to their room, he comes with the news of Ansh's appointment for the next day but she is too lost in her own thoughts that she does not realise his presence until his gentle tap on her shoulder brings her back to reality and she holds her head making it seem as though she is not feeling well so he asks her to change and rest. He can sense something is bothering her but she is not willing to share it with him so he goes to change but before doing so, he observes her struggling with the clasp on her necklace and his feet automatically start moving in her direction until he reaches her and assists in getting the clasp open much to her shock and also showing how much more comfortable they are around each other. After taking off the necklace, he does not just stop there, he sits on the bed, places it in her hand with his over hers and again attempts to get her to open up to him by saying that burdens are usually lighter when they are shared and no problem is too big for both of them if it handled together.
Problems cannot be solved with the same thinking that was used to create them.
Aarti is once again standing at crossroads in her life where she doesn't know where to go. On one hand she has to think of the Dubeys who are the root cause of this problem and on the other hand there is her husband who wants to be her main support system but fear of his reaction to her truth is keeping her back. She wishes to tell him her troubles but is scared knowing how much he trusts her and this fear is overtaking her so much that she realises the need to be normal around him so that he can't pick up on it. The Dubeys however are not making it an easy task for her as their words keep ringing in her mind and they even call her to confirm that she is bringing Ansh to the hospital for the bone marrow transplant.
People only rain on your parade because they are jealous of your sun and tired of their shade.
This statement is typical of Bua, who pounces on Aarti as soon as she arrives for leaving to go to the Dubeys house during KC celebrations at the Scindia's. The good thing with this scene was the fact that Bua chose to send Ansh to Palak and Payal before she has her say. She even tells Aarti she felt ashamed but SP interrupts saying that she did not look ashamed and she should leave this talk to Gayatri, who will make Aarti understand. This reprimand does not stop her as she makes another attempt at separating Yash and Aarti by asking Yash why he was not going to court with Pankaj and Prateek, when he was one of the main persons to get Paridhi out of jail. Yash politely tells her that he needs to take Ansh to the hospital for his vaccination but Bua does not like that and tells him that Aarti is capable of doing that on her own, causing Yash to give in.
Looking forward to next week's episodes.
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Mummy, I want that puppy!
Here is my take or rant shall I say.
When would Yash come to know that his son Ansh is being mishandled by his grandmother and grandfather! I want him to protect his son from the world as:"There's a lots of ugly things in the world." I would love if he would explain to his son that this and that sometimes his grandparents can become the ugly thing by taking advantage of his innocence. But we all know,"That's impossible!"
Well I'm getting ahead of myself. It's wonderful that he is concerned about the health of his Ansh and it's his number one priority to take him to a doctor for vaccination because he does not want him to get sicker because of negligence.
Shobha stop treating Ansh like you own him! Shobha and Mr Dupey are now worried that Yash is taking Ansh away from them.This reminds me of the kid who wants the neighbors puppy and who throws a temper tantrum!
Bua's concern that Arti ran away to her mother is well placed but the way she goes about it is all wrong me thinks!
She should come down from her high throne. "Who died and made you the queen?" says Cas! No not really but it's good that he stopped her and put her in her place after all Arti is not her daughter in law!
Cas has now told Arti what I've been dying to tell her if I ever met her. That is inform someone when you go out on an errand and this never happens the way we want because we always forget to tell someone even if we intend to tell someone that we are going out. Kudos to CV's for grounding this show in minute details of real life. I loved this part the most crazy as it may sound!
But still Bua has forgotten her place and she is with her divide and conquer tactics! She must have been the Queen of Hearts in another incarnation!
Two episodes ago she was complaining that the three Bahu's were walking by like three Disney princess!
Ah I was going to state that Yash should somehow finish up on his court date with Paridhi, Pankaj and Prateek and be with Arti and Ansh. Better yet he skip it.
Go ahead reveal the truth. Put all your cards down Mr.
Dupey! I'm sure you are not going to come up all aces!
Beware not all 52 cards are aces! Because this is not possible!
Why am I lecturing a fictional character but I'm sure the drama is going to go the other way if he tells all to Yash and not the way he wants to direct it.
But the part I loved most I saved to say in the last paragraph which is Yash said. "See I can untangle your necklace from your hair and solve your problems too so don't hesitate to share your problems!" I know I tweaked the statement but it holds the same sentiments.
I'll end this with these lyrics from Lion King song.