Posted: 04 May 2015 at 9:53pm | IP Logged
Originally posted by soni595
If we're going to talk about "trust" and that too with our parents then in that sense Dadaji was completely in the wrong for lying and misleading both his son and granddaughter. His lie resulted in so much chaos, misunderstandings and accusations hurled at Sam and at the company. His bond with Radhika aside, he was wrong and Dilip could see that but Radhika still remained silent when she knew the truth and let her dad continue with his tyrants and further allowed herself to accept a job that is based on her Dadaji's lies, dad's drama and sympathy which isn't right at all. She also didn't think feel any ounce of regret or have any insight into perhaps apologizing to Samaira for the insults she was given by her father and the forceful apology and instead acted as if nothing happened at all and it's perfectly okay for Sam to be normal with her. Her struggle to attain her 'dream job' has been relatively easy - Samaira inspired her and Samaira and her misunderstandings and her family's interference landed her the job - where is Radhika's part in landing this job?
As for the business card and suggestions - people do that all the time but it doesn't mean they're offering the other person a job.
Samaira isn't perfect either and has her own set of flaws but hers aren't hidden or covered up and she has never pretended to be perfect either. So I completely disagree with you on that she thinks she's too perfect instead she has her own insecurities of being unable to match her mother's standards, her grief and guilt over her brother's death, her combustible temper and her feelings of having no control over her life instead being overwhelmed with it all speaks volumes about her not thinking she's perfect. The reason she appeals more as a character is because these imperfections aren't hidden and instead bring more depth to her character. If we're going to talk about Sam running away let us also talk about Radhika running away from her engagement. The difference between both is through Arjun, Sam realizes running away isn't the solution and in a sense shows as that being a wrong decision but in Radhika's case she was lauded for not running away from the city (even though she did run away from her home and engagement) and was sympathized with (I don't think it was wrong but if we're going to compare then that's the difference). She's also a very different and relatable character from other Indian TV heroines and has traits that are appealing: free-spirited, modern yet not one without morals, ambitious, independent and the ability to admit her mistakes are all that make her an appealing character.
That being said, I also am not for Sam being the big bad bully to the naive, innocent victim, Radhika and so I'm hoping it ends soon.