Posted: 18 December 2012 at 1:42pm | IP Logged
I'm going to focus on the parts that were interesting to me.
Ahem was just so nice when he dealt with Amana. I thought he was going to beat the douche into an orange pulp, but no. Only one danda on the legs, one kick on his shoulder and one threateningly throw of the danda to the ground and our boy was off to show us his running role. I think because Nazim is a health conscious dude, he must have liked all the running he did for this track. Okay, so the Amana is down and Ahem runs and those three douches follow him. I don't know what possessed Ahem to jump off the cliff. Did he think he was X-Men's Collossus? Made of unbreakable steel? Titanium, maybe? And he pretends to be dead, but there was one fault: he lifts his head and turns around. Too early. He shouldn't have done that. It would have saved him so much energy because all he did was run afterwards.
Then, Gopi keeps on hearing his voice. Poor girl! They are so much in love in a sort of spiritual way, I think. And she does look miserable.
Jigar! Why you gotta be the wet rag and say that it's not possible for her to hear Ahem? Why?
Ahem is running. Aah, his running role. He is running.
The bus passes. My lord, I was cheering for him like I cheer for the NZ All Blacks at the Hong Kong Sevens! But no, the bus passes. Gopi doesn't turn her head. I was like "Turn your head a little more! Just a little!"
Then, those three douches are chasing after Ahem in colored phatphatiyas. Seriously, those colored Bhuj "scooties" ruined the impact of goons. When I think of gundas, I think of open Land Rovers. Not three-wheeled scooties, ok? Ahem is still glorifying the audience with his running role. I'm still cheering him on.
The bus driver! He should perhaps check his side mirrors, just in case there's a person running for his dear life. And Ahem falls. I was like "He's a goner!" But no, Ahem gets up and in the meantime, those douches have not made it to him in their rainbow scooties.
Gopi's labor pains start. Bacche hone ka dard. I thought it hilarious that Jigar offered her water. Why is water the solution to fainting, dizziness, labor pains, panic attack, anxiety, etc etc? Kounsi medical book mein likha hai? Jigar asks for the hospital, which in this Bhuj desert, is obviously milo door. Gopi asks for the bus to stop and when she and Jigar are out, ittefaqan, Ahem is trying to get in. This time, Gopi turns her head all the way and sees her darling.
Union time pe, the douches get Ahem. I loved how Ahem curbed the "Amana Bhai" statement quickly. He is no Bhai! And and and, the pushing scene. It was like a scene from Sunny Deol's "Gadar", when he is escaping with his son from Amrish Puri's evil goons in the forest and in the dark. The push---poora He-man style! And Jigar helped! Awesomeness!
Gopi's being taken away to have her baby. I feared that she would deliver without an epidural.
She's so brave that it makes me jealous. Here, when I'm alone at home, I have the music on so that I don't hear any squeaks and stuff. There, she's having a baby with no medical assistance.
This whole scene reminded me of "Refugee", where Kareena delivers her baby in the desert. Women in all colors surrounded her just like they surrounded Gopi.
Ciao, Saathiyans! I'm here even when I'm not.