Posted: 19 February 2013 at 11:06am | IP Logged
For the second time around purvi has made a terrible and painful mistake. First it was arjun her one true love and now her own child! This is no longer acceptable. A person can give up and sacrifice all the things in this word except his own flesh and blood. Sacrificing a loved one, a boyfriend, a lover or a husband is already too painful, what more our own child? No! This is not right. I don't see any reason for purvi to sacrifice her child for ovi and arjun's feelings. Time heals all wounds. Their pain will away in due time but the pain that purvi's kid will feel when she grows up and learns what her mom has done, gave her away to her aunt, that's pain forever for the child. She may have her father (arjun) with her but the fact that her own mother gave her up is unforgivable (in my opinion). She was avoiding to hurt the family in the past but what is this she has done this time? She made a grave mistake but hidding the truth to everyone! One truth was still kept and not reveled yet to this day (about the real father of purvis child) and this time, baby's real mom. It's not yet too late. She can tell them the truth now, take back her kid from ovi, let them get mad and just explain to them why she lied instead of regretting in the future. These sacrifices of purvi is making me sick! Wanna go to the set and slap the scriptwriters, wanna knock some sense on them LOL... Scriptwriters created a protege' of arcjana but a more stupid one in purvi. I thought archana is the most stupid of all (excuse me for my word but this is the best description for the two, sorry) But here comes the adoptive daughter dumber than the mother who raised her. Purvi made another puppet, this time it's onir. She made him lie and follow her instruction, same as what she did to arjun. I can never understand this sacrifice that purvi did this time as if the baby is some old toy that can be shared or be given away! I hate her for giving her own child for someone else's happiness!
Edited by miadelrosario - 19 February 2013 at 11:57am