Posted: 26 December 2014 at 10:19am | IP Logged
Kiaraaa *bear hug*
I completely agree with EVERYTHING you said. For me, YHM has been about Ishita and Raman and yes, right now, it is more of a story of Shagun and Raman with Ishita acting as the third wheel.
From being a story about infertility and infidelity of Ishita and Shagun respectively, it has turned into the forgiveness of said infidelity and the taboo of infertility. Ishita is apparently "Ruhi's mother" but the way the family treats the "heir" and the second class treatment to Ruhi in itself is degrading her of that position.
Adi is a spoiled brat with serious psychotic issues - he doesn't regret almost killing someone and has no guilt or remorse about sending his father and then his step mother to prison - he is the "bechaara" heir?
I ask, "Kaahan ka bechara?" I cannot believe that Shagun and Ashok were shy about their physical relationship and did not flaunt it in front of him - if his father shares a room with his wife, it is suddenly "uncomfortable?"
Let's not get into the big hearted Ishita and weak-willed Raman that the story is portraying as of now. 'Nough has been said about that.
I may be bashed a lot for saying this, but for me, as of right now, the only reason Raman even loves Ishita is because, irrespective of everything - all the taunts and disrespect his family and his so called son has thrown her way - she continues to live happily with it. In fact, she goes a step ahead and brings the witch and her psychotic kid home. She isn't normal. He isn't normal. Sach mein, "jodi achi rahegi." *Slaps forehead*
Shagun was right - Ishita is and will always be a glorified nanny of a kid who doesn't hold a candle in front of the Bhalla's "ghar ka chiraag." Ruhi may or may not identify with Ishita as her mother, but the kid herself doesn't hold an important place in her family's life. Her father needed a third person to come into their life and remind him of her importance...what sort of fatherhood is that? Raman may be Ruhi's favorite person, but Adi certainly is Raman's.
The story IS going towards the fact that Ishita is someone who can be easily replaced in the Bhalla's life - and unless Raman steps up (the chances of which with his constipated son's charade going on are nil), it IS going to happen.
Will it be right? No.
Do I want it? Probably not.
Will it happen? Probably yes.
In the mean time, I shall watch old IshRa scenes, when the show did not reek of mediocre Sautan drama and hypo critic and regressive Bhallas and write stuff I wanna see.
And read stuff you write. *Winks in a not very subtle manner.*
I miss ya! #needgirltime #internetsucks #winteriskillingme