Posted: 26 April 2016 at 12:45am | IP Logged
Originally posted by MrDarcyfan
Beautiful post! I can see you love the Matthew McFadden version of Mr Darcy! As you can see I am Mr Darcyfan so I will forever be his fan girl no matter what guise he comes in.
Shravan's love for Sumo, though not the same reminds me a bit of Darcy's love for Elizabeth. He loved her even when she had rejected him. When he helped her sister Lydia's marriage without even letting anyone know he was involved, he did it for her. I remember after she found out and thanked him on behalf of herself and her family, he said:
"If you are to thank me, do so for yourself alone, your family owes me nothing. Much as I respect them, I thought only of you!"
THAT is exactly the same line Shravan can say to Suman here. Yes he helped her family, but he did it for her! It was so heart-breakingly beautiful! That is what gets me about this story. It's Shravan and his Fitoor, his Passion, Pagalpan or Junoon of whatever word we use for it. I am so in love with Shravan's love for Suman. This is the kind of story that makes you believe in love again!
Amazing post and I also took French in high school. It's a beautiful language!
Yes I liked Matthew Macfayden better than Colin Firth. Don't know why? Just did.
I've never been really keen on reading love stories. But Pride and Prejudice is something else. And Mr. Darcy is something else. If If I hopelessly love any fictional male character, it would be:
1. Sherlock Holmes.
2. Rhett Butler from Gone With The Wind
3. Flitzwilliam Darcy from Pride and Prejudice.
His confession to Elizabeth still rings in my ears.
"I Love You. Most Ardently"
Mr. Darcy was an introvert. And introverts are the most beautiful lovers. They give attention to details. Remember all the small things. As Mr. Darcy did when Lizzy walked all the way to Mr. Bingley's place when Jane was sick. How he loved her bright eyes which seemed all the more remarkable with the exercise.
Sorry I deviated from the topic. Pride and Prejudice always does that to me.
As for Shravan's love.
It is the love that is real is the one which pans times, geographical barriers and even rejection. Love for the sake of love is real love. It doesn't depend on being reciprocated.
Pyaar wahi hota hai jo pyaar jise jataya nahi jaata
Yes Shravan did it all for her. Par agar usne ye sab jataya hota toh uska pyaar chota pad jata. He does not need to explain or prove anything.
Love is love
And yes. Yesterday he reinstated my faith in love.
Edited by Rooh_5896 - 26 April 2016 at 12:49am