Wonderful post TM...
Vishnu wants to emulate his teacher didi and become the same or if possible, even more self sacrificing
mahaan, irrespective of the fact that she ended up ruining the life of not only herself, but also those of all the others who loved her the most
. So he convinces himself that what he is doing now is according to the morals she taught him and saving her daughter by marrying her to fulfill his Gurudakshina debt...
, thus giving the impression of standing tall amongst lesser mortals
. But now his distress in seeing his lover with another guy is unclear.. Is it possessive jealousy or real concern that she is marrying a wrong guy, a criminal , from whom he rescued Meethi by marrying her? Is it 'Dog in the manger syndrome' or 'Ichcha mahaan didi syndrome'?
CVs wanted to show him as the mahaan with morals, but ended up showing him as a confused love-sick jealous guy who wants to have 'dono hathon mein laddu', one for morals and the other for love
. Best way out for him is to marry Mukta by filling her maang with Sindoor, which will fall from Ichcha didi's photo( when he is asking her to show a way
), and which will be considered valid according to Uttaran serial law, because here a girl can get married the very next day her husband signs the divorce papers
. At least this will create a stalemate situation where Akash cannot marry Mukta.
Now Nani can berate Meethi by saying, 'You have a dog in the manger attitude, but not its gratitude..
. You marry people and divorce them only to give Uttaran to Tappu's daughter, but you will not give the better and richer Uttaran(read Akash) to her, but give only a poor useless guy(read Vishnu), that too not fully, but only half, retaining the position of the first wife, like a fly (makki) in the ointment. You have surpassed even Ichcha (chuhiya) in giving half- uttaran
. Baaki to Raami raakee
Edited by hermione8 - 30 October 2013 at 4:46am