Originally posted by rangeeni
Originally posted by seena007
Those pictures of Deepak were great. My special favourites were his frowned expression on the first picture and the 4th. They are all very good, he is extremely handsome in all. The Adonis!!
I skimmed through, today's episode on youtube, and fast-forwarded the scenes because there were nothing of Samar except the one with his hateful father.
RKT was angry as hell with the botched job, and maybe he should do it himself rather than get others to do his dirty work.
Poor Samar, looked lost and forlorn. I feel his role is so denigrating, and one dimensional. But Deepak is very convincing as an actor, and I am hoping to see the other side of him.
The new chap with Sayali, is rather pampered by the CVs. Obviously the story is moving towards them, and their forced chemistry. I actually fast-forwarded any scenes of them, because it was getting very cheesy and predictable. Heavens help me!!
There was a nice Pannkhi scene with her mother and grandmother, which I enjoyed but fast forwarded it when 'someone' joined in.
I don't know how long more I can hold on to his show, if I keep fast-forwarding the scenes because I don't like the other two guys and their story.
I can only watch for Samar, and Pannkhi might be moving to a different camp. Where is Vaani and her fight for justice? Do they need to change the title to something else eg 'The two men who came to stay' or 'The Good Guys'
Oh Seena, I couldn't agree with you more. Like you, I found myself forwarding most of the show, though I liked how the Dadi was remembering Vaani as a baby as her most special moment and the Uncle teased Dadi for it.
The chemistry forged between that new one and Sayali; pathetic (the focus shifting to them now) as are the ones with Dev and Paankhi, too much immature teenagerish vanity for my liking.
And Samar. Shame on them for not being able to see beyond his exterior. His role seems to be diminishing from the plot, insignificant compared to the other characters. Its like the writers haven't bothered with the characters that were already there and by giving more importance to the new ones appeared to have abandoned them. Regarding Samar, I was glued to the story from the beginning as I was imagining what was going on behind his outwardly hot-headed brat-like character and hoping that in time they would develop on this. But as of yet nothing. Its like Samar has been dumped and left to rot and degrade within the label of a killer as if there could be nothing more to him, such as redemption in some form or other.
I'm officially crying... yes I am this much attached to Deepak/Samar
Day one, his entry "i will chop that bhaati in pieces" (still rem it word for word)
I know right! "uper jaakar laat khayega bajrani bali se, kahengaye, aur koi mila tha arshiwaad lene ke liye, main hi mila tha arshiwaad dene wala" this one is still my number 1 quote from the show!
I was epecting a rage, a fire... his character to start to show anger towards his blind rage and killing Nimai, starting to feel bad that the sister that loved him to bits hates him, realising what love is, questioning himself on the fact that he's educated so why was he doing this, maybe even a breakdown scene, where we see Samar cry and realise how wrong he was
Killer! I hate that phrase! there is so much to Samar that we see in his eyes, when sayali was screming at him... if he didn't feel remorse, he'd shut her up, but he didn't he looked hurt, ignored her and told Badri to shoot her if she tried to leave, and he left, he didn't even want to see if she got shot. If he was a killer, he would've probably stayed behind and waited for Sayali to leave so he could shoot her himself! that's also why I think he said, don't ask me before shooting her, he probably didn't want to know that he was the reaso behind it if his sister died... yes I'm making assumptions, but what do I do. Samar made the hurting expression not the expression of anger when his eyes go wide, he had the puppy-dog eyes going!