Saw the episode just now. Need to collect my thoughts. I guess I shall be echoing majority of DC opinions when I say "Why now?" This track needed time to build up and then explode into a climax...certainly not in a knee-jerk manner like this. Yash is as clueless as he always is during major situations. He jumps into the fray, gets entangled, and then Aarti has to step forward to untangle him with her combo of street-smart wit, ESP, and patience...I shall be too happy if in the final stretch they show Yash coming out of this quagmire on his own. I just hope that the waiter messed up with the dose, and Yash gets his senses back sooner than Ishita calculated. However my hopes are dim...The shirt scenes in the beginning and end are proof enough: Aarti is his honor, and Ishita is the one who wants to strip him off his honor.
This track is all about Yash's awakening to the fact that what he expects out of Aarti, he too should do the same. If he wants her to trust him, he too should give his without a question. Ishita could get this far only because he refused to believe Aarti's version in the aftermath of Aayu's kidnapping. He took away his trust, leaving her vulnerable to the fear of breaking it again. And now he is doing exactly what he accused her of: lying. Only difference is he accused her of making excuses and lying to save her skin, whereas he justifies his lying in view of the happiness that will come back into their lives in the end. He didn't give this benefit of the doubt to Aarti when she needed it.
I loved the first scene. How much has Yash come to depend on Aarti to extricate him out of these tangles. He is in trouble...and immediately calls for his Aartiji.They have their moment, which fades into sorrow as they are reminded of their loss. **Sigh** No one can match these two in presenting a subtle romance.
See you later...Have a great day All.
Edited by InduG64 - 13 May 2013 at 8:03pm