In these RED-LINES u spoke out my hearth Thats exactly how i see it...GURU A SAVIOR FOR MEGHA'S CHARACTER!
Originally posted by Senpoo
With Guru playing the "I hate Indore and its people" game following with a Mohan-Meera love story, I was stunned to have lost a lovely character
! It's true that Guru loves Mohan and doesn't want to see him in pain anymore. But he choosing the option of moving away from Mohan's family did not sound right to me, for a character like Guru! Now I seem to understand him better. He comes as a savior to the character Megha which is much in need of a redemption in some form or the other. Guru is now the hero who has dropped all his genuineness to rescue Megha from the pit.I see this as a chance for Megha to show how much she loves Mohan inspite of him choosing to move on (from her perspective).
She still couldn't let go off the soft hands of Rimjhim, Mohan's daughter, who is waiting to hold on to her. Guru says those words in praise of Megha, to instill the feel in the audience to know how different and lovable Megha could be, to accept Rimjhim, hiding her own pain. How strongly she managed to face Mohan all over again knowing that he has a different life that doesn't revolve around them anymore. That she could choose to be a mom to Mohan's own kids as well. Whether she accepts him back in her life is a different thing but right now this looks like a good choice for Megha's side.
Could this be to prove that Megha isn't any woman who rages with her husband and ignores him for his mistakes? And that she tends to love him, though it is to keep it to herself, irrelevant of all his shortcomings?
In the process of getting Megha back on her feet, Guru made the sacrifice of himself. And I hope to have this Meera story continue for a while, to get Megha a complete stronghold for herself to show her love for Mohan in everyway. Meanwhile even it means to have her move aside the thoughts of Addu, and focusing on Rimjhim.And I don't know why I have a feeling that this misunderstanding isn't there to separate them but only to bring them further closer one way or the other. And till then poor Guru will have stay with the guilt and curse for himself