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What a journey it has been, not just for Yash and Aarti but for all of us.
When I first saw the promos, I was intrigued by the concept but didn't have much expectations after all it was an Indian TV show and I haven't had great experiences with many of them past the first 6 months. Yet, I started watching the show and I soon realized that I was watching something very special. I have loved shows before but never ever have I appreciated story writers and actors to the extent that I have done with PV.
I hardly knew anything about Kratika and Gurmeet before I started watching this show. Yet, here I am totally in love with both the actors. What an amazing pairing they turned out to be. It has been sheer pleasure to watch two actors with such immense talent and most importantly such versatility that it blows your mind away. They don't need over the top exaggerated gesturing or melodramatic dialogues to convey their feelings to us. Their acting has been so subtle yet so nuanced that it has brought tears to our eyes so many times.
A year into the show. We have had quite a few downs but those are nothing compared to the ups we have had. Those of us who have been patient and have stuck with this show will understand how beautifully the relationship of Aarti and Yash has turned out, and how they have given their children a whole new world, one filled with love, security and warmth. They have changed quite a few people around them not by defying them in their faces but from within, by showing them what love and support truly means. To me, PV is truly one of the most progressive shows that is there on TV today and it really is a pity when people label it otherwise just based on the way the characters dress or address each other.
A little about the two characters we have come to love'.
Yash and Aarti, fates had cruelly snatched away their happiness. They lived a life like zombies do, doing whatever was required of them, living only for their children. And then the fates decided to be kind on them and showed them each other and said "Here! We have given you a second chance at happiness, at friendship, at companionship at love. Take it, treasure it and live your life again". But they couldn't, at first. Their memories were too much of an obstacle. They tried moving away from each other yet they couldn't break what the fates had weaved together'their souls. They made mistakes, they hurt each other, they broke each others trust yet they kept coming back to each other. Yet from all the challenges they arose as a single soul with two different bodies. They have become each other's pillars of strength. They don't need to say "I love you", it is written in the threads that the fates had used to weave their lives together.
1. Here is Yash and Aarti then, filled with sadness and pain.
and here is Yash and Aarti now, filled with strength and support.
2. Aarti and Yash then, filled with unhappiness.
Aarti and Yash now, immersed in happiness.
3. Aarti and Yash then, filled with distrust for each other.
Aarti and Yash now, filled with love and passion for each other.
How far Yash and Aarti have come and what a journey it has been. Congrats to the whole team. I will always be grateful to the Mittals and their crew for giving us PV and to Kratika and Gurmeet for having the gumption to pick such a role that most actors their age would have shied away from and to every other cast who has played such pivotal roles in making this show such a wonderful show.
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