Posted: 09 April 2013 at 6:23pm | IP Logged
Originally posted by KalapiErrr...JAnhvi, I have to ask...is this the new norm that when getting married one should ask the partner, "did you have sex with anyone?"
Do you think you might have impregnanted someone? Or was contraceptive used?
I never asked my hubby, I had this trust that the man who is walking into a commitment, will not be double timing me, but, who knows...maybe, since I am so old-fashioned, I might be wrong..who knows 21st century norm...need to know so I can tell my daughter when she gets older, that she needs to ask questions regarding sexual activity of her could be hubby.
Besides, how does one know that Ovi might liked "soiled" partner who had sex before...she didn't even accept that Arjun and Purvi were in love at that point...that happened only after 1 month of marriage...and in this case Ovi trusted her so called Best friend...but then TRUST...that is a bad word in this serial
Add: As for what she could have done if she knew that Purvi became sexually intimate with Arjun, that is speculative that this point...
Dear Kalapi, if we were getting married in this 21st century, better for us to ask those questions especially if the guy has been in a prior relationship unless of course, we are so much in love that we don't care about his past or have done such things ourselves. Moot point for the two of us, we did not get married in these present times and I am happy for that. Yes, we should tell our daughters to make sure the guys they are marrying are worthy of their trust or that if they love blindly they should be able to accept their husband's past trespasses even if it be a hard pill to swallow.
Coming to Ovi, if she could not/did not accept that Arjun could be in love with another that denial sadly can be placed only at her own door. The truth is like a solid brick wall that she has inescapably bumped into, no turning back from the fact that her husband did love another girl madly before he was hers.
I do feel badly for Ovi, she has always been insecure where Arjun's love has been concerned even if she insisted on believing that he could love no other, this is the final nail in that coffin. I am hoping that Arjun can explain, and appease and reassure her that she is his wife now, that Purvi is his past, and the present is all that should matter to their life together. Easily said than done and very hard for any wife, blind or not, to accept and come to terms.