I only said what you feel and I feel, at somewhat greater length than you did.
You know, if it was not that I am not the crying sort, it would be
enough to make me weep non-stop, seeing what Arjun, whom I cared for no
end and defended ceaselessly for months , has been reduced to by his
fatal love for Purvi. He is pretty much finished, my poor boy.
I now only hope that Onir comes off better. It was interesting, and
possibly suggestive, that both while she is in the train, and now, Purvi is shown thinking only of Onir, and not of Arjun.
Even if the whole lovey dovey gajar halwa
between Onir and Purvi yesterday, and their joint appearance after the
precap. were obviously meant to plug the new Zee show, Housewife; woh sab janti hai
, nonetheless, together they must mean something.
Also, it all gives me some hope that Purvi's character has not been
demeaned to the extent of her having an illegitimate baby, and that her
child is Onir's. Much as she riles me these days, I do NOT want her to
be pulled down to that extent'.
Finally, you can call me Shyamala, or if you are much younger than 60+
and are comfortable with it, Shyamala Aunty, as Ash and many others do, and here is wishing you and your family a healthy, peaceful and fulfilling 2013.
Originally posted by Mit's113
Agree with every single word of ur post...very eloquent analysis...hats off to u @ sashashyam
[QUOTE=sashashyam] Ash, my dearest girl.
You should never
comment on titles alone! And what was it with that glass houses thing?
Some might be hoping that Onir turns negative so that they can justify
the cavalier and ungrateful way in which Purvi treats her lawfully
wedded husband, but somehow I feel that they are in for a
Onir is the PR counterpart of the Rajat Kapur of
BALH, also a Balaji show, and I am convinced that he will stay exactly
what he is right now, what the French would call a preux chevalier.
if you were part of the wishful thinking brigade (I hope not!), but
that is what he is going to be, or at least I hope so. It is bad enough
to have Purvi and Arjun ruined so comprehensively, but to have Onir too
butchered would be too much!
As for AK as he was, I would any
prefer that he had stayed that way, instead of turning into this
helpless, weeping wimp who does not know what to do and sits around
mooning about the woman who traded him without a qualm on the one hand,
and pandering to his termagant of a wife on the other. What sort of a
man is this? A handsome, self sacrificing, devoted, sincere and a
love passionately kind of man " No, a benighted idiot and a pajama would
be more like it, and don't you ever use 'self-sacrificing' as a
positive attribute for him! It is a curse he has been afflicted with.
for the substance of the post, I am afraid I agree with it, as you
might have seen if you came across some of the responses I made on
various threads (if you have the time and the inclination, do look up
some of them on threads about Purvi over the last 3-4 days) after seeing
the unbelievable way in which Purvi treats her marriage and her
incredibly understanding and loving husband.
I do not think you
would be able, no matter how much of a Purvi-phile you still manage to
be, to defend what she did in leaving him and going off to Mumbai, and
cutting off his calls at that. I was glad to see that he was not running
after her pronto and dancing to her tune, as Arjun was doing, to his
eternal shame, but that he first forced her to take his call and then
cut her off after 5 seconds. I hope (against hope) that he stands firm,
and that she is then reduced to calling him and gets cut off in turn,
getting a taste of her own medicine. She did not deserve Arjun then, and she does not deserve Onir now.
destroys every unfortunate male of the species who falls in love with
her, and I am afraid Onir is fated to go the same way soon. It is not a question of Onir not being like Arjun. It is more a fear that he WILL, become like him,
a puppet of a woman who cares not at all for him. THAT would be
something to mourn. Meanwhile, you might like to get that board of yours
for Purvi ready!
Take care, dear Ash, and stay safe. Warmest good wishes for 2013 to be good for you and yours in every way possible.
[QUOTE=Ashlaika]I didnt read ur post... only commenting on ur title "Thank god Onir isn't like arjun"
so pls forgive me if I missed something.
as for the title, Well... thank god Onir isnt like Arjun indeed. We
would not want 2 men in PR to be handsome, self sacrificing, devoted,
sincereand a love passionately kind of man
well... ONE month into Arjun's entry, we did NOT know that our Arjun
Kirloskar would turn into this Arjun... so, really, who knows where Onir
came from, much less who he will become.
Dont throw bricks when u live in a glass house