Posted: 09 January 2013 at 6:50am | IP Logged
Apologies for all these late analyses!
I have a valid reason, I swear!
Now coming to today's episode, instead of a theme that struck out for me, it was Newton's Three Laws of Motion!
Was that a bit nerdy?
Newton's Laws of Motion:
(1) The law of inertia: An object at rest will remain at rest unless acted upon by an external force. Meaning - It's natural tendency for people to keep doing what they're accustomed to unless something changes them.
(2) The greater the mass, the greater the the amount of force needed to move it. Meaning - The more a person is accustomed to their actions, the greater the effort needed to change them.
(3) The reactionary law: For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction. Meaning - Whatever one does to someone, it's bound to come back at them.
Today's episode wasn't much progressing, but it was quite interesting! We got a glimpse of everyone, except Rajiv of course!
And my sweetheart, Dholu, where's the kid?
The first law I stated above perfectly describes Charu! She will forever use cheap tricks to get her way, even if it means at the expense of her mother-in-law! Agreed, Seema deserves what's coming to her(Third law - Reactionary) but why would she(Charu) walk away after Seema apologised? That's plain disrespect!
Charu eavesdropping on the mother-son conversation was in sync with her character, she's as sneaky as that, so I wasn't entirely surprised to see her confront Seema nor was I surprised when she demanded an apology, but the way she walked away left me in a bit of a shock! I expected her to sugarcoat her words as always and slowly leave Seema to conveniently forget the incident ever happened! That is where I thought of the second law of motion! It will take a lot more from the Garg's household to change Charu and it will take even more effort from
Charu to act nice to the Garg's. Hence, it's a two-way street!
I enjoyed the scene where Charu faked her back pain to get Seema to change the curtains!
(I know I'm evil
) But that's certainly bad karma and the third law of motion!
Seema did everything in her power to make Gunjan suffer, now Charu is doing everything in her
power to trouble her mother-in-law!
The whole Gunjan-saving-Seema drama was expected! Of course, they'll show that Seema lost a diamond whilst picking up the materialistic diamond!
Charu was shown laughing and tossing the balm and catching it! That clearly indicates that the game is in her hands and will carry on with her instructions!
It was very sweet of Gunjan to not only change the curtains, but keep the fact that Charu was faking to herself! It would only show how immature it would be for her to go complain to someone!
Rachna asking about her parents wedding was very cute up to the point she stated that hers and Vihaan's marriage was love and not arranged!
She needs to open her eyes and see what love really is! Coming to an interesting part of today's episode! The Mayank-Gunjan scene. It was honestly, heart-wrenching to watch Gunjan crumble and as soon as she realises that she was, straightened her back, lifted her chin and in a weak but courageous voice, carried on the conversation!
That's the strong girl we love!
They didn't show Gunjan reminiscing about that incident because she would no longer think of such heart-breaking outlook of life! However, it was Mayank who was shown! Mayank, the one who also lives in a world of his own, like his sister, Rachna!
Expected of him to think about that scene repeatedly! Tsk tsk tsk...
Is it me or this is one serial where the Bua is typical yet bearable and nice?
Bua refusing to allow Rachna to go to the salon/parlour was so funny! The excitement was at it's brink and there Bua was denying them!
Shail was so funny as well! Asking Gunjan to bring her a face-pack!
A few light moments was needed!
The last scene, was it necessary to show Rachna behave so childish? Agreed, it was a nice laugh and it was her first time at the parlour/salon, but the way she behaved was really not needed! They could have shown the waxing and eyebrows with a little less screaming!
But I loved the cucumber part!
The make-over! Ah! Are the CVs stalking us? We're always asking for Rachna to get a makeover and look guys! We got it!
She looks beautiful! Her hair should definitely be manipulated more often!
Vihaan came onscreen for a couple seconds only to reveal that he has an evil plan! Newton's second law anyone? *sigh*
Last, but definitely not least, the first scene was adorable! I loved the maturity of it! Handled quite well! Parents will always have that talk when their daughters are about to get married and I loved the way Dayal rested his hand on Shail's shoulder! A subtle act of support!
Yes, sorry for my rant and to the non-Science people, I hope I didn't bore you!
I tried my best to leave out non-scientific terms!
Edited by MSN_Vanny - 09 January 2013 at 4:30pm