Posted: 13 December 2012 at 9:37am | IP Logged
Sapna has only one problem and that is her inability to hold her tongue down when angry. I find her to be the least malicious out of all other than Imam of course. Imam too has the same issue except he is a lot more articulate and coherent when boiling with rage.
If Sapna was really threatened by Imam's presence (as some people try to imply), she would have never:
1. Defended Imam when Rajiv was yelling at Imam for no reason that one night. She could have been the bully, jumped on the bandwagon and attacked Imam when Rajiv was doing it. But she refrained and instead accused Rajiv of being in the wrong, completely. So no, Sapna is not threatened by Imam's presence.
2. She would have never welcomed Imam the way she did, full of laughter and excitement. She'd have known Imam would be a better "entertainer" than her from the word go. There was really no reason for her to dance and revel at his entry for the first two days. They were even happily cleaning away bathrooms at one point. So, I think it is safe to assume that she did all that because she genuinely liked the guy. Suffice is to say, she was never threatened by Imam's presence nor is she now.
Having said that, Sapna's outburst at Imam yesterday was highly uncalled for. Imam did not do anything to receive so much flak from her. Its not his fault that Nirhua is evicted. I understand that Sapna is frustrated but it is high time that she learns how to curb her impulses and count to ten before reacting, or in this case overreacting. Yes, she gets aggravated when her friends are evicted. We have seen this before, so there was nothing new in her behavior yesterday. Her unpredictability and impulsive attitude has been quite consistent in the show, as bizarre as that sounds. That does not make it right or excuse her behavior though. I too would like it if she calls it a truce with Imam. Imam does not deserve such harsh words from anyone let alone from Sapna.
Edited by Dexterkilaila - 13 December 2012 at 9:39am