Posted: 21 April 2016 at 1:22pm | IP Logged
Dear CVs, you have successfully ruined Sagar's character to the point of no return by making him an immature, hot headed, petulant brat who wants everything to go his way.
Now you are turning a fiercely proud and independent Ganga into a wimp? What is wrong with you?
Today Saagar asks Ganga, "If you are my friend, you won't work with my enemy."
Ganga's response? Okey dokey...
If this was the logical and fair Ganga you showed in the same show, she would have asked, "What did he do to you that made him your enemy? Did he hurt you? Insult you? Beat you? His only fault was that he was a damn good lawyer and won a case you were fighting. That made him your enemy? If this is your attitude then by the time you retire, the entire bar association will be your enemy. Should I then give up legal profession to placate your ego? Do you know the meaning of professionalism?"
Secondly, Gangaa was very adamant about keeping Saagar out of her life. Then why is she running after him?
You want to be friends with your ex? There is only two scenarios where that is possible. a. The break up was mutual. 2. Years later when you both have moved on and in a secured relationship yourselves.
You can't be "friends" with your ex immediately after a break up while you and your ex are still in love while he is married to another woman. And if you are a truly good friend who want your "friend's" happiness and want his marriage to work, then you will stay the hell away from him until you both have moved on.
CVs are showing Gangaa as a tease. One day she asks him to accept his marriage and implores that he doesn't make her the cause for his marriage to break up and the next day she is running after him.
One day, she refuses to take sweets on her success. Same day goes to fight with the same person regarding his behaviour towards his wife and then starts heavy breathing the moment the same married man talks sensuously.
If Gangaa was a true friend and wanted Saagar's marriage to work, the fact that she fell weak around Saagar would have made her alert and cautious to stay away from him until she can get over him, not hang around him and give him more opportunity to seduce her since she can fall weak around him. It just seems to me that she is saying one thing, but doing something else.
But on very next day, they are back to being best friends for life as if nothing happened between them and running after him because he took off in a petulant huff.
And on top of that you made Gangaa turn into those women who fight all their life for independence and talk big until they fall in love and then they are happy to give up anything on their so-called love's demand.
What kind of man or woman demands you give up your career opportunity (ask any student what intern ship means to their career) for his ego and what kind of woman or man meekly accepts that? Is that a relationship or ownership?
If Palash was not there, she would have given up her intern ship to placate Saagar's temper tantrum. No wonder Saagar is so arrogant to think he owns Gangaa even after getting married to another woman.
Right now, the only character worth watching in the show is Palash.