Originally posted by euphoric
but Ranvi's perception of his father will break and most of all will be the fact that Veera is not his real sister!
It should break. His father did something very WRONG. He should know not to grow up like him, Ranvi will become a better man than his father. A MUCH better man.
[QOUTE=europhoric]Veera will hate Sampooran and her mother too and she will never be able to accept Amrita as her mother in the first place! The truth might squeeze the life out of her... the guilt of being the beginning to Ratan's misery will eat her... [/QUOTE]
I don't think Veera will be much affected by it and I don't think she'll blame herself for Ratan's guilt. She might actually REBEL against Ratan in the future and say, "YOU'RE NOT MY MOTHER, YOU CAN'T BOSS ME AROUND." and she will wonder about her real mother. Eventually she'll feel bad about hurting Ratan and realise that she had to tolerate her for years. Veera will come to accept that Ratan is a very good woman who has sacrificed a lot. I don't see anything wrong in Veera hating Sampooran and her mother. Both of them were weak humans (and poor examples of parents).
Originally posted by europhoric
And it would be worse if she would feel obligatory to Ratan and Ranvi in any way
Do you mean being indebted to Ratan and Ranvi? Why not? She should feel indebted to Ratan when she grows up. Ratan has sacrificed a lot for her. I hope Veera does not turn out to be like Amrita and make the same mistake her real mother did.
Edited by Amanat284 - 01 February 2013 at 9:23am