Originally posted by geet.a
A few words
How could I be so stupid? How could I believe in the purity of a relationship, when it was evident to ALL that that pandit was a jerk of the first order and a dangerous man, besides?
How could I be so stupid so as to believe there are good people in this world?
How could I think there is any justice?
I should have just sat down and believed what my amazing boyfriend told me, because men are never wrong, and they know such things, because I, who am I to fight for my own convictions, wrong or right?
I am merely a naive girl with a negligible point of view.
My experiences, my fights, my conversations, my beliefs, my theories, my emotions, my CONVICTIONS, don't matter at all.
Why should they? HOW could I have been SO stupid to have not seen it coming?
Some of the posts I have read today really disturbed me.
I will not point names since honestly, it really doesn't matter.
What matters is that a young girl who has undergone a painful and psychologically and emotionally taxing experience is being asked to romance and not resist the touch of any person WHEN HER PERSONAL SPACE WAS INFRINGED UPON FOR AN ENTIRE NIGHT, when she was TRAPPED IN A ROOM, TIED and GAGGED and had NO IDEA WHAT the person who played the ONE role she TRULY believed in the purity of, would DO to her.
And of course, she should be normal and not break down?
She doesn't deserve to cry, she should try and move on and stand up for herself and be all brave: WHY?
SHE stood up for herself when it was about getting justice. and she got legal justice. but who will pay for the emotional and psychological damage?
HOW can she move on when SHE has NO IDEA HOW TO THINK about it? when she's STILL in shock and cannot get those images out of her head?
To repress them and think happy things when it was her BELIEF that was attacked in such a brutal way?
I am truly disappointed at the way some people are thinking. But its other people's perspective, as sorry as it is.
One blooper/ screw up on the CVs side - Nandini got to know about Pandit's evil nature before she got kidnapped. So technically, Pandit wasn't really a person she looked up to/ trusted by the time she was actually kidnapped.