Posted: 18 August 2013 at 9:08pm | IP Logged
Originally posted by bgargateUnres
The episode began with Arjun entering the record room like a chor and stealing something... I raised my eye-brows thinking "ye kya ho raha hai?"... I was expecting Rathod to catch him red-handed followed by a heated confrontation... but I was disappointed There was a pang in my heart for his desperation Don't know when his quest will end.Poor guy! Rathore methinks is in a dilemma.He is aware of what his bestie is doing & knows he is right & deserves truth yet doesn't want to go all the way to support him for Arjun's personal & professional safety primarily.It was beautifully portrayed by Behzy.Kudos!
Coming to case ... it was one of the best case stories so far ... not just in Arjun but as compared to other crime based shows too... Brilliant
I had a doubt on Viraat when he told Arjun and Rathod to come back with Warrant, but still the motive was not clear.
Vikram's love story... Viraat killing Antara for money... his involvement with Shreekant was properly connected... the story was perfectly paced.
As I always say for Arjun no sorrow beats the one where the love of one's life is mercilessly snatched away & one has to live in hell every waking moment.Vikram's story mirrors that of Arjun's.So painful! Also the fact the Anatara had a baby in her seems to have shook Arjun.I strongly believe Rosh was carrying his child when she died That has doubled the horror of it all for the poor man.
I just had one confusion, Chhaya had said that they would be taking an X-Ray of the pillar to determine how body is placed inside it... but I don't think X-Rays are taken out like this with people in that room without any safety shield
i didnt notice it but Mom was shocked. Yeh kaise X ray le rahe hai, she asked me. If she had kept silent we could have assumed it was scanning or sonography but she specifically said X-Ray. Also, why didn't she or Liz look for hair or other foriegn bodies on the skeleton? That's the first thing forensics specialists look for.Arjun had to come & point it out to them.This wasn't an archaeology dig for them to simply identify the body & be on their way.
Arjun's final dialogue was so touching "humein un logo ko bhi insaaf dilana hai jo apni ladayi khud nahi lad saktey"...
The moment Arjun and Rathod challenged each other on Vikram ... It gave me the feeling of "Ohh Please ... not again" ... again... Rathod, the ETF Chief will be proven to be an idiot... someone who is not worthy of this post... who misses the obvious things... and not at all capable of handling any case I saw the Chess Killer case earlier in the day.What a damn good portrayal a schief of ETF! Alas they always lose out on consistency
Initially I was happy to see everyone working together but one last part spoiled the fun for me
Arjun to Chhaya : tum iski pehchan dhundh rahi thi aur mai iske qaatil ko"
Was only Arjun looking for the culprit? not the entire team?
Something that I didn't understand:
A boo boo I tell you! Arjun may be a lone ranger but def not a braggart. He usually says "Hum".Even yesterday it was all team effort.
Aisha offered lift to someone... that meant Aisha had her own vehicle...
then why Rathod offered lift to Aisha?
And if it was Rathod who had to drop Aisha back home, and Aisha didn't have her own vehicle, how was she offering lift to someone?
Rathore has dropped Aisha before too so may be Ash uses company vehicle to travel to work. We have seen only Liz driving her own car.As for offering lift to that other woman maybe by lift she meant they were sharing a taxi or an autorickshaw?
But definitely the entertainment other than case was Chhaya-Sameer-Aisha track ...
Sameer-Chhaya scenes were rocking.
Chhaya : drooling over ETF Chief... I was really chuckling when she was trying to get info about him from Liza and later her direct conversation with Rathod. I simply loved her bold attitude when she asked him for coffee Very spunky na? But the best was her charming retreat when she realised the man was taken already.By the beautiful Aisha
Sameer Rathod : haaye... kya kehna... pehle gussa... fir impressed by Chhaya's work... definitely a thorough gentleman... didn't refuse for a coffee... he owed one to her... Chhaya helped them a lot... there was no way he could have bluntly said a "No" to her... it was pure courtesy and no flirting ... and clearly communicated with Chhaya about not being interested
Aisha: Aisha's expressions were priceless in 2 scenes - 1. Rathod goes for a coffee with Chhaya, without inviting Aisha... and 2. Aisha talking to Chhaya... no obvious jealousy ... a quiet nervous smile... a little disappointment... her eyes spoke a volume... the sparkle of surprise in her eyes when Chhaya said that Sam has clearly told her that he is not interested in her and she also knew the reason behind it... it was a delight to watch.
Auraton ki izzat rakhli. No TV soapish reactions mercifully You know those crooked, twisted facial expressions, the OTT huffing puffing She was graceful, poised & handled the awkwardness with elan!And like her bosses put her job at hand on the forefront! Never for one moment forgets why she is in ETF in the first place
Shaleen: As usual impressive Lajawaab, Bemisaal!
Behzaad: haaye... so many variations today... angry in interrogation room... frustrated when Chhaya was late... Happy when Chhaya impressed him by her work... smiling when happy and thanking Chhaya... everything was sooo perfect... Gosh! What happens to his eyes when he "eyes" PYTs? They went all goo goo over Chaya!
Sheetal: supercool... I loved her expressions in the scenes that I have mentioned above...She rocked in her part A wonderful performer
Ritu and Ketan : Perfect in their parts...
Ketan's Marathi dialogue was jhakaas Ho! Ekdam mast!
Kishwer was amazing in her part... I envied her too... perfect in her part...
Missed Siddharth Thanks for the lovely comments,B! As sharp eyed as ever!