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Blast from the Past Thread #16, pg 128, epi 180 (Page 117)

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Originally posted by hd75




Some very interesting discussions going on here. 

Never thought ASR manhandled Khushi, I always felt it was his way of showing his intense love and pain, there was something pure in it, of course Barun made it just perfect. 

I remember people were disappointed there was no redemption, redemption for what? As ASR himself said "iss pyaar mein sahi, galat nahi hota"...it is just love, being nasty, hurting the one you love - all part and parcel of those crazy feelings ! As you so rightly say, what matters is that the love, respect and trust remains intact.

Barun always maintained he could play ASR so well only because of the writing, well, if you want to know how ASR would have been if Barun was not playing him, watch the other shows which also have such angry young men and see the difference. ASR may be been brilliantly written but if it wasn't for Barun, I don't think people would have felt so much for the character. I mean who else can say "shaat up" or "oh really" like that?

Was just thinking about Khushi, what an endearing character ! Even today, I simply adore her and I also know what you mean when you say you have no idea what they did to that character. Sad because Khushi was so different from the usual soap heroines, she had her values, alright but she also came with her own flaws, in many ways she was like ASR. 

Towards the end and even after the fiasco, I think it was Sanaya who made Khushi likeable. If I could forgive that suicide attempt and peon disguise and still love Khushi, a lot of it is because of the actress ! Wish they had made her as real as ASR, she was real for a long time until something went wrong everywhere in IPK. ASR alone survived, even at the peak of the mess, this character alone remained untouched, minus the gussa though. Guess the writers too were in love with ASR ! 

By the time it came to Mrs.India, I knew it was all over and was waiting for the show to end rather than watching it go down day by day. I was seriously hoping they would let her get back to the dabba service but no, she had to be Mrs.India ! But, try as they might, they can never erase the memory of Khushi Kumar Gupta in those gaudy coloured salwar-kameez complete with pompoms, side plait and a funny looking bag !

Can't believe I am up at 1 AM and writing this, got a long day ahead tomorrow...will I ever get over discussing IPK?

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@Indi, I am so happy that you had your daughter read the definition and encourage her to stand up for what she feels is right.  Bravo!  Tell her not to stop, ever.
@hd, you really don't think he manhandled Khushi in the beginning, breaking the pearl dori, in the guesthouse, all the times he grabbed her arm?  I agree love and hate very intense emotions.
Loved Sanaya as Khushi, she was as amazing as Barun was as Arnav.  He made him an absolute mush in the end though and she they just destroyed but thank G-d for our actors who were fabulous and they didn't let them kill them entirely!
and NO we will never get over discussing IPK!!!!Wink
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Hehehe...even if you could call it manhandling, it didn't feel like that, didn't feel like he was being abusiveSmile Indi had written in her reply to my post, the moment ASR takes his aviators off and gazes at the Sheesh Mahal, you can feel his pain, you know there is more to this man than that arrogant look. Just yesterday I watched the dori scene, it still makes my heart skip a beat, Barun achieved a perfect balance between aggression and intensity.

I was watching IPK2 where the opening episode has similar scenes, I tried to look at it without any kind of bias and realized the difference was Barun !
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harichandana,

the whole difference is barun. on the fan club thread someone wrote that after barun had made ipk into a brand, now star plus is happily using the brand name. couldn't agree more.
the dori scene... who else could have done it and not had us turned off permanently. i struggled with the dori and the drop from office scene a lot. somehow couldn't judge the character and denounce him. and the first rabba vey... here's a guy who's constantly mean to her, who upon seeing her in a red saree proceeds to pass out. normally, i'd yell "lech," and slam something... not here. he kept the distance, yet got lost in her, but somehow never looked creepy.

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Originally posted by hd75




Some very interesting discussions going on here. 

Never thought ASR manhandled Khushi, I always felt it was his way of showing his intense love and pain, there was something pure in it, of course Barun made it just perfect. 

I remember people were disappointed there was no redemption, redemption for what? As ASR himself said "iss pyaar mein sahi, galat nahi hota"...it is just love, being nasty, hurting the one you love - all part and parcel of those crazy feelings ! As you so rightly say, what matters is that the love, respect and trust remains intact.

Barun always maintained he could play ASR so well only because of the writing, well, if you want to know how ASR would have been if Barun was not playing him, watch the other shows which also have such angry young men and see the difference. ASR may be been brilliantly written but if it wasn't for Barun, I don't think people would have felt so much for the character. I mean who else can say "shaat up" or "oh really" like that?

Was just thinking about Khushi, what an endearing character ! Even today, I simply adore her and I also know what you mean when you say you have no idea what they did to that character. Sad because Khushi was so different from the usual soap heroines, she had her values, alright but she also came with her own flaws, in many ways she was like ASR. 

Towards the end and even after the fiasco, I think it was Sanaya who made Khushi likeable. If I could forgive that suicide attempt and peon disguise and still love Khushi, a lot of it is because of the actress ! Wish they had made her as real as ASR, she was real for a long time until something went wrong everywhere in IPK. ASR alone survived, even at the peak of the mess, this character alone remained untouched, minus the gussa though. Guess the writers too were in love with ASR ! 

By the time it came to Mrs.India, I knew it was all over and was waiting for the show to end rather than watching it go down day by day. I was seriously hoping they would let her get back to the dabba service but no, she had to be Mrs.India ! But, try as they might, they can never erase the memory of Khushi Kumar Gupta in those gaudy coloured salwar-kameez complete with pompoms, side plait and a funny looking bag !

Can't believe I am up at 1 AM and writing this, got a long day ahead tomorrow...will I ever get over discussing IPK?

@Indi, I am so happy that you had your daughter read the definition and encourage her to stand up for what she feels is right.  Bravo!  Tell her not to stop, ever.
@hd, you really don't think he manhandled Khushi in the beginning, breaking the pearl dori, in the guesthouse, all the times he grabbed her arm?  I agree love and hate very intense emotions.
Loved Sanaya as Khushi, she was as amazing as Barun was as Arnav.  He made him an absolute mush in the end though and she they just destroyed but thank G-d for our actors who were fabulous and they didn't let them kill them entirely!
and NO we will never get over discussing IPK!!!!Wink
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Hehehe...even if you could call it manhandling, it didn't feel like that, didn't feel like he was being abusiveSmile Indi had written in her reply to my post, the moment ASR takes his aviators off and gazes at the Sheesh Mahal, you can feel his pain, you know there is more to this man than that arrogant look. Just yesterday I watched the dori scene, it still makes my heart skip a beat, Barun achieved a perfect balance between aggression and intensity.

I was watching IPK2 where the opening episode has similar scenes, I tried to look at it without any kind of bias and realized the difference was Barun !
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harichandana,

the whole difference is barun. on the fan club thread someone wrote that after barun had made ipk into a brand, now star plus is happily using the brand name. couldn't agree more.
the dori scene... who else could have done it and not had us turned off permanently. i struggled with the dori and the drop from office scene a lot. somehow couldn't judge the character and denounce him. and the first rabba vey... here's a guy who's constantly mean to her, who upon seeing her in a red saree proceeds to pass out. normally, i'd yell "lech," and slam something... not here. he kept the distance, yet got lost in her, but somehow never looked creepy.

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Don't know if Star Plus can cash in on it for long, the reusing of the name might attract people initially but you need something more than a name to make people hang on to it like it means everything to them ! 

I think giving it the name IPK2 could turn out to be a mistake, obviously one would want to know what IPK1 was about and who can go back after they have seen it once ! Sometimes I think, take out even one cast member of IPK, the magic would have diminished. That is why probably, except NK, none of the later entires worked. 

PS: Do tell me if I'm spamming around here Tongue

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harichandana,

spamming? nahiiin this is discussioniya. yes, the entire cast was perfect, their vibe with each other was fabulous in ipk. and yet, if barun had not been asr... i don't know. anyway... now all done and over with and we revel in what is not what might have been.

frankly i don't wish ipk2 good or bad. i am sure actors have worked hard, most tv guys do, unlike bw i find... none of them has that air of entitlement... sincere usually, highly talented or not... i wish them well. will i watch it? no. but then i don't watch tv much anyway... Embarrassed

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love sonnet xi

i crave your mouth, your voice, your hair.
silent and starving, i prowl through the streets.
bread does not nourish me, dawn disrupts me, all day
i hunt for the liquid measure of your steps.

i hunger for your sleek laugh,
your hands the colour of a savage harvest,
hunger for the pale stones of your fingernails,
i want to eat your skin like a whole almond.

i want to eat the sunbeam flaring in your lovely body,
the sovereign nose of your arrogant face,
i want to eat the fleeting shade of your lashes,

and i pace around hungry, sniffing the twilight,
hunting for you, for your hot heart,
like a puma in the b
arrens of quitratue.

~~~ pablo neruda~~~






the cinnamon peelers wife

if i were a cinnamon peeler
i would ride your bed
and leave the yellow bark dust
on your pillow.

your breasts and shoulders would reek
you could never walk through markets
without the profession of my fingers
floating over you. the blind would
stumble certain of whom they approached
though you might bathe
under rain gutters, monsoon.

...

when we swam once
i touched you in water
and our bodies remained free,
you could hold me and be blind of smell.
you climbed the bank and said

this is how you touch other women
the grasscutters wife, the lime burners daughter.
and you searched your arms
for the missing perfume.
and knew
what good is it
to be the lime burners daughter
left with no trace
as if not spoken to in an act of love
as if wounded without the pleasure of scar.

you touched
your belly to my hands
in the dry air and said
i am the cinnamon
peelers wife. smell me.


~~~michael ondaatje~~~







episode 171

"pata nahin yeh sab kaise hua jiji, hume pata nahin tha ki woh... woh laad governor aise..." i don't know how this happened, jiji, i didn't know that... that laad gov... 

change of tone, a gentle breeze seems to waft through the words that come after this, a feeling escaping strictly imposed bounds?

"aise humare saath naachenge..." would dance with me like that.

the beauty of it is he hears that.

before her quick recovery, and, "pata nahin samajhte hain kya woh apne aap ko... hume faraq nahin padta..." don't know who he thinks he is, makes no difference to me. ah the protest on a higher note, who is she trying to convince. he knows otherwise.

"unhe shayad..." perhaps he...

and stop.

a gust of wind, then music pours in... a rhythm in it, a knowledge. we are looking at a state of mind. hers. his. she may say whatever she likes but that she can't resist is pretty clear. the direction in many of these scenes was instinctive and lovely... just as you'd see it in your mind.

and he? two poems, both sensual to an ecstatic point, both about extreme love, came to mind. i have quoted them many times, and in both i find asr and khushi. tonight he was here to mark her it seemed to me. to be predator, to hunt. to make her his own, and no lingering doubts about that.

on the dark night of diwali, he had felt a desire he could neither understand, nor accept. but tonight it's different, he has made a journey, he still may not understand, but accept he does. he submits in that dance of his... reminds me so of spiritual submission, faith, religion, god. to give in first without "knowing," then should understanding come, wonderful, if not, one believes anyway. i think the gut reacts often before the heart and brain, instinct before emotion and intellect...

so he danced.

if the desire expressed in teri meri took us to a spiritual plane almost, no matter how sensuous their undulating bodies, now it was time for the flesh and its desire... equally beautiful, powerful, pure, animal, tactile.

he was here to claim his woman, he was here because he so wanted to see her as she looked affected by him, still in the afterglow of their intense lovemaking before all. oh he knew what her state of mind would be... arnav singh raizada is no novice when it comes to women... and he can guage what effect he might have had on her. the difference this time, he's equally shaken, craving...

i crave your mouth, your voice, your hair...

have you seen how terrific that asymmetry of his lips looks in a mirror... cuts into the mind. funny how the mirror can see what we can't. right through this hold your breath sequence we kept seeing him in reflection. layers of images at times. wonder why... his inner self is here... and hers? both naked, unmasked? he willingly, she haltingly?

"koi faraq nahin padta toh ruk kyun gayi..." if it makes no difference, why did you stop. confident, male, victorious. a magnificent maleness to asr in this episode... alpha male i think it's called... unabashedly man.

she looks up, speechless, hand still stuck midair.

silvery grows the sure voice, "kya hua... ruk kyun gayi?" what happened, why did you stop?

"aa... aap?" y.y...you... tremulous, suddenly not so feisty.

"haan, m..m..mein,"  yes, m..m..me. he moves at last and advances, teasing her with sexily for her confused air, oh that almost smile on the lips, it glitters full force in his eyes. "tum itna dar kyun rahi ho?" why are you so afraid? he gets that fear in her, she fears her own feelings, just when he's decided not to fear his... she's walking backward, even before he's come anywhere near her.

"main tumhe kha toh nahin jaoonga." i am not going to eat you...

i want to eat your skin like a whole almond. i want to eat the sunbeam flaring in your lovely body...

kha toh nahin jaoonga? i won't eat you? i am thinking what the. where did that come from? maybe he does wish to devour her, maybe she wants to be... oh ok it's just a turn of phrase, but here it's just so much more. please do devour each other you two... you have no option. this is how passionate your love is, i think neruda would have written a poem just for the two of you.

"tum hamesha peechhe kyun jaati ho," why do you always walk backward... after a quick, terribly cute, check.

"kyunki aap hamesha... aa aage...  aate hain... " because you always come forward...

she has to speak the truth.. she is totally out of her depth in this game of attraction... hamesha aage goes this man... the predator, the stalker, the puma.

"khushi," a change of tone, a seriousness suddenly.

"thanks nahin bologi mujhe?" won't you say thanks to me?

she has no idea what he's talking about, she's possibly forgotten all about the bet... everything... almost in a daze. the raw charge of male sexuality  coming at her... intoxicating, scary almost. who can think clearly amid this.

purse lips, kill the viewers, then in velvet voice, gone especially husky as though a hand just stroked the velvet the other way... "tumhare ishaaron pe na sahi... par tumhare saath toh naacha." may not have danced to your tune, but did dance with you.

oh don't remind us, i'll have to rush back to previous episode pronto...

just music on the two. she looks dumbstruck and smitten. he just so loves looking at her.

director cuts for breathing break... for audience. with the mami bua story... it's face blackening time, in reply to bua ji finding out that her drink was spiked. hints of things to come? actually the night of the terrace, his judgment was spiked by shyam's venom... a world of difference between what he saw and what he thought he saw. and her reputation was ruined... blackened face as it were.

yet even in that state, somehow the dance continued.

we return to the forest of desire.

"shukriya... par..."

and he's not going to let her off the hook so easily, plus he seems to want to see her win the trophy, so...

"ab time waste karna band karo... aur jaldi neeche aa jao... sab wait kar rahe hain." stop wasting time now and come downstairs quickly... everyone is waiting for you.

he leaves.

and the heart beat is back, clutch your heart and hope to... what?

no need to ponder too long, for suddenly, without warning he's back, right before her, the mirror shows his approach... an air of purpose about him. yeah he's got an agenda. and if that smile is anything to go by, khushi ji had better get some oxygen ready.

when he comes and stops before her and his smile, his quiet dark gaze the mirror reflects back, i know i have found my most significant moment in the episode. everything that this episode wants to say seems to be here. it's the edit i've left between the two poems.

over the dhak dhak and the tender tones of music, he takes off the single pin that holds up her long silken strands and as her hair cascades down and frames her face, he looks at her enjoying the vision and quietly avers, "ab theek hai."

what an intimate gesture. he'd done the same thing in the kitchen of her home one day, but at that time possibly without thinking of how she'd look, more to save her from getting caught by hawk eyed mami ji. he'd done it with a sense of right then too, but not for his pleasure. that has changed. now, this is a deliberate gesture... to leave his mark on her. to tell her, she is his and somewhere she dresses and looks beautiful for him.

this is ownership. first i submit to you, then i own you. two key aspects of love.

whom would you allow that close? who would dare? well we know who would. but what will she do?

i am the cinnamon
peelers wife. smell me.


she looked demure and confused but she did not protest... and before she could come to a response, second assault... the sense of this man's timing... he knows exactly how long the opponent needs for the blow to sink in, then sweetly one more is delivered.

"waise yeh rang tumpe..."  pause, get her tense... "utna bhi bura nahin lagta," grazing, granular huskiness. well that colour doesn't look... too bad on you either. what's the opponent to do but fall flat.

dhak dhaak dhakdhak, hold the gaze. let her feel the battle, let her grasp its intent.

and walk away.

cool. devastating. hunting for you, for your hot heart, like a puma in the barrens of quitratue.

when khushi returned, where was she headed? straight to her laad gov? khushi? payal stops her... itni der kyun laga di... beautiful tension between the two... he looks up the moment he hears her name... and then the touching of the ear... he with keen eyes has noticed one ear ring missing. always parts of her stay back to chat with him, or he leaves a key with her so she may never feel alone.

in his eyes at the end though, no sign of a game, just a desire that he has stopped fighting. letting her know that is all he wants to do.

the understanding of character that writers show here is wonderful. arnav singh raizada is a clever man who once he decides on something believes in going after it. not hang around waiting for things to come to him. from the very beginning this has been his way. now when he is ready to give in to khushi he will not delay anything, not sit ponder wait weigh, it will be act act act all the way.

and in the very same vein alas, when the terrace tricks him, he will not wait to find out more... just go ahead and act.



Are you a rockstar or are you a rockstar? This was amazing. The poetry, totally crisp and alive to the momentStar... Can we all just live here forever? I'm sure there are more poems you know. Let's just do this for the rest of our lives i say!! Velvet being stroked the other way, Indus? Can i just die at the feet of that analogy?Star

Arnav Singh Raizada has never ever been like this.. Never before, never after. Alpha male you say...Lord of the Ring say I. Epic awesomeness in every move.. approaching her, defining her, oh that air of sureness is killing...deeply deathly seductive. And an irresistible intelligence at play, not just some hyper phony move from a Joe Schmoe who's turned on and can't hold back. No attacking...just...uff..."marking".
...fantastic!

And that look in his eyes at the end. Hoped you'd bring it up, you lover of the lopsided you. That's the look love sonnets try so hard to evoke..of a lover profoundly besotted. And it's right here. Effortless. Boundless. Pure magic. Gods of poetry, please take a look.

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Originally posted by indi52

harichandana,

spamming? nahiiin this is discussioniya. yes, the entire cast was perfect, their vibe with each other was fabulous in ipk. and yet, if barun had not been asr... i don't know. anyway... now all done and over with and we revel in what is not what might have been.

frankly i don't wish ipk2 good or bad. i am sure actors have worked hard, most tv guys do, unlike bw i find... none of them has that air of entitlement... sincere usually, highly talented or not... i wish them well. will i watch it? no. but then i don't watch tv much anyway... Embarrassed


Since IPK ended, I don't even remember which channel comes on what number on my TV Wink 

If Barun wasn't ASR, don't think we'd be discussing a Hindi serial on a weekday afternoon, putting aside all other work ROFL

IPK2, well, honestly it did not bother me that they gave it the same name, for their own sake, they would have done better if it did not have the same name, you are asking for unwanted comparisons, especially after the first one was a phenomenon. 

It is a serial after all, why would you want to wish bad for anything or anyone in the first place. The curious cat in me did check out the first episode but that's about it. Wink If it does well, good for all those involved. 

Humare liye ASR aur unke "What the" kafi hai Tongue



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Episode-171



Sohara, nice nice! This episode and all your takes on it are super. I love the GIFS above. Love what you say about the indirect compliment he gives her...you don't look too bad...implying you look amazing. Flirty shlirty naughty ASR! And the unclasping of the hair clip...like you i believe too it's cos he loves her hair down...though i don't mind everyone else saying that he is possessive and wants to cover her back. Sexy thought that, only because it's the Raizada. Anybody else doing that and I'd have revolted at the narrowness of mind!

Buaji's sweet revenge...glad you introduced it AFTER completing that mesmerising moment between the predator and his catch. Too mean...and too clever, the makers interspersing the moment so our longingness is intact!

And victim saving the murderer, less said the better. The story of Anjali's life.

Good fun reading your take! Thanks!

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the cinnamon peelers wife

if i were a cinnamon peeler
i would ride your bed
and leave the yellow bark dust
on your pillow.

your breasts and shoulders would reek
you could never walk through markets
without the profession of my fingers
floating over you. the blind would
stumble certain of whom they approached
though you might bathe
under rain gutters, monsoon.

...

when we swam once
i touched you in water
and our bodies remained free,
you could hold me and be blind of smell.
you climbed the bank and said

this is how you touch other women
the grasscutters wife, the lime burners daughter.
and you searched your arms
for the missing perfume.
and knew
what good is it
to be the lime burners daughter
left with no trace
as if not spoken to in an act of love
as if wounded without the pleasure of scar.

you touched
your belly to my hands
in the dry air and said
i am the cinnamon
peelers wife. smell me.


~~~michael ondaatje~~~




Are you a rockstar or are you a rockstar? This was amazing. The poetry, totally crisp and alive to the momentStar... Can we all just live here forever? I'm sure there are more poems you know. Let's just do this for the rest of our lives i say!! Velvet being stroked the other way, Indus? Can i just die at the feet of that analogy?Star

Arnav Singh Raizada has never ever been like this.. Never before, never after. Alpha male you say...Lord of the Ring say I. Epic awesomeness in every move.. approaching her, defining her, oh that air of sureness is killing...deeply deathly seductive. And an irresistible intelligence at play, not just some hyper phony move from a Joe Schmoe who's turned on and can't hold back. No attacking...just...uff..."marking".
...fantastic!

And that look in his eyes at the end. Hoped you'd bring it up, you lover of the lopsided you. That's the look love sonnets try so hard to evoke..of a lover profoundly besotted. And it's right here. Effortless. Boundless. Pure magic. Gods of poetry, please take a look.


hi issk, you happy and loopy in goa? saw your lamp shot, light scattering reaching recesses that stay in the dark most times... till you take yourself to a different space, and suddenly ufff. more than a decade ago, six months in amman by myself... on a sudden spree... learned to look at light differently among other things. waiting for the daughter to grow up, maybe again some day a little take off. tee hee.

till then, there are lopsided smiles to revel in, interpret, read poetry for and think, ah there's more to all of thsiis really.

thanks for liking. i love poetry, though can't remember most... over the years, every time i am at a bit of a what to do, i find myself reading poetry, often not understanding, but still getting some permanent joy out of it... is rational cognition (is that the word i seek) so essential? found myself pulled right back to it when i came to ipk and started banging away at hapless keyboard. there's poetry there in the life and rhythm of those two. even structure... they'll go all over the place and then suddenly, wham, click, it falls into place, rhymes... so the moment i feel a sense of that, off i go to the net... bless these www and internet makers... they who shun fame and wealth and so change our world. and bless every guy who uploads yards of poetry.

in pink... you likee? i was so desperately trying to find the words to describe... not very adept at metaphors and similes me.

in purple... may i hug you for that and have a port wine or feni with you too? that intelligence...and no sense of joe schmoe turned on Dead. so easy to look a bit ugh expressing so much desire... in fact was just chatting with hd... the first time we have rabba vey, he's looking at a girl he insults and demeans at the drop of a hat or tries to and yet on seeing her in red, he's a goner. very physical this reaction... no amount of rabba vey will raise it to the sublime... yet never did it feel icky... that irresistible intelligence... to get a character so... that is sublime.


in red... oh what a lover and let's redefine besotted. how come no one can see the potential of this jodi... no one realises there's still a lot to be told in their tale.



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Originally posted by hd75

Originally posted by indi52

harichandana,

spamming? nahiiin this is discussioniya. yes, the entire cast was perfect, their vibe with each other was fabulous in ipk. and yet, if barun had not been asr... i don't know. anyway... now all done and over with and we revel in what is not what might have been.

frankly i don't wish ipk2 good or bad. i am sure actors have worked hard, most tv guys do, unlike bw i find... none of them has that air of entitlement... sincere usually, highly talented or not... i wish them well. will i watch it? no. but then i don't watch tv much anyway... Embarrassed


Since IPK ended, I don't even remember which channel comes on what number on my TV Wink 

If Barun wasn't ASR, don't think we'd be discussing a Hindi serial on a weekday afternoon, putting aside all other work ROFL

IPK2, well, honestly it did not bother me that they gave it the same name, for their own sake, they would have done better if it did not have the same name, you are asking for unwanted comparisons, especially after the first one was a phenomenon. 

It is a serial after all, why would you want to wish bad for anything or anyone in the first place. The curious cat in me did check out the first episode but that's about it. Wink If it does well, good for all those involved. 

Humare liye ASR aur unke "What the" kafi hai Tongue



ha ha in pink... and now we are into evening... and still ROFL ROFL
ROFL

in purple, i agree, it's more of a handicap carrying this name wrapped in love and expectations. skews the response, objectivity lost... hope the serial weathers it well.


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