Originally posted by indranigupta
Originally posted by DocD
And, THIS my friend is what they call a MASTERPIECE!!
Take a bow, lady!!
Indrani, haven't told you this before
Your understanding of human emotions is SUPERLATIVE
And they way you WEAVE it all together
Takes it to a different level
Am truly privileged to have found friends like you in this forum
Muah!, thank you, thank you my wonderful friend. These two are so adorable that most of us have found new ways to express our admiration for them.
I was so hoping that somebody would make a post on the finer nuances...was dying to do it myself...but just wanted to let myself soak in the celebrations of Shraman, THE lawyer!
You have described the metaphorical connotations of the rubik cube BRILLIANTLY, Indrani
The CVs sure used it intelligently...what an apt symbolism it is for Shravan!
Loved your expressions of the other stand-out moments as well
Would like to add a few more that stayed with me long after...
1. LOVED, absolutely LOVED the split second moment of that outdoor shot when they show the aircraft flying off ...what a beautiful metaphor it was for the UNCONDITIONALITY of Shravan's love
Yes, the aircraft scene.. I forgot about that. It also showed that Shravan has moved beyond the petty family squabbles to find his calling. Of course, it did reflect his love which is beyond everything, transcends even the material reality.
His trials and tribulations are only his...he expects nothing in return...
I guess most of us love him because of this reason. He is unique.. as Namik himself said in the recent interview that he feels inadequate in front of Shravan.
The fact that he could make peace with the demons of the past is enough
A remarkable maturity is to be found in his character. i would never want him to ask Sumo why she did what she did ten years ago because his love has itself found a way.. making new sidenotes along this journey called love
The fact that he has discovered Suman in the guise of Sumo is enough
One of the greatest lessons he must have learnt along the way. That Sumo was really a Suman might go a long way in helping him to discover possibilities where there might have been none.
The fact that it is this discovery which is his source of strength in his darkest hour is enough
The fact that there is possibly all that there will be to this relationship is enough
It is the strength of this realization that is enough
Expecting nothing in return
What a SUPERLATIVE connotation of UNCONDITIONALITY!!
Dyotona, you my mishti doi.. what wonderful lines
Ten long years, Shravan lived with the knowledge that he had been rejected, cast aside by a person whom he had loved with all his heart. He lived.. in a darkened space chewing those moments of rejection over and over again. Yet, ten years later those moments of despair are wiped away by a knowledge that what he had construed was never hate or anger but it was merely a disguise.. and in reality it was but another name for love.
Taking the famous line from Harry Potter, he was a boy who lived.. but he lived only for her.
That look on Shravan's face as he turned around
Or was it some kind of inner calling
I guess, his eyes said that he would never leave her alone... never be a bhagoda again. He will fight, he shall struggle... he shall hear the inner voice of his... because this is where his world is and shall be
As you so rightly said...Shravan would have taken exactly the same decision, Pushkar notwithstanding...
He had made up his mind much earlier...
What an AMAZINGLY well written character, this Shravan Malhotra
2. The other one was the final eyelock...at the end of the verdict
Was so beautifully done
And spoke volumes...
That momentary exchange
When neither Shravan nor Sumo uttered a single word
That look of fulfillment in Shravan's eyes
As Suman 'reached out'
His sense of Righteousness had a whole new meaning
And the gravity of it...
Something else altogether
It was definitely gratification.. but what a gratification. He himself felt proud to have made her happy... I can watch this scene several times on the go
What a beautiful way to put forth such an important life lesson...
"You don't need to be infallible to be a hero"!!
As you so rightly mentioned...
We're all so happy, delighted actually
Not just for Shravan, but Namik also
The guy has truly, truly come a LONG way!!