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ankit rocks

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Really guys om was one the pillars of paro's strenght.Totally loved the way om always stood up for paro and supported her in every endaveour.I vivdly remember how had literally chased sd down the streets when he had tried to ruin paro's life and hit him black and blue .Sd was so scared that he was almost shivering when he went to aggrwal house the very next day.He again bore the brunt of his anger when om came to know that sd was still upto his evil ways and was actually back-stabbing him by becoming his gud friend and getting aryan mattied to shruti.
Sasha was a villian with an attitude.The way he used to cause havoc on aggarwal family was just superb.i really enjoyed that whole sasha track.Loved the way he use to call paro 'parvati Aunty' LOL.Guys remember the track when paro told everone that shruti is not her biological daughter,how om,gaurav,krishna and kamal kicked sasha out of the ag house when he had forcibly enterd ag house by blackmailing paro on the pretext that if she objects,he wud break the truth abt shruti to everyone.Om was tryly an excellent perfomer
Yaar i really miss sd,ambika and sasha.their chemistry with paro was a tret to watch just like i enjoy watching paro-pallavi's mahabhart LOL     

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Guys in my opinion i wud have really liked shruti's jodi with aryan and also with sambhav who was shuti's best friend.unfortunately aryan's track is missing and sambhav is already dead.i loved the way he use to support shruti and he actually had feelings for her,but shruti always considerd him as her friend.He according to me was much better than aryan and sammer

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I will continue here regarding Pallavi/Paro as there hatred legacy has been from day one.

Vasu I completely agree on you post, all my issue is and what unsettles me is the heaps of accusation that Pallavi gets from the AG's esp Paro, and sometimes even when she is directly not linked to the problems they suffer. I personally think even Paro and Kamal deep down know, how much ever they have learnt about Pallavi, that her love for Krishna and now Chotu was and is genuine. Pallavi has screamed this through roof tops on many occasion as how she genuinely loves Krishna and treats him like her own son. I remember when Sasha and her were planning against Krishna/Gunn and causing misunderstanding between the two, I remember clearly how Pallavi would warn Sasha nothing should happen to Krishna, and even Sasha knew that one thing that Pallavi adores or is attached to is Krishna and that was not any artificial love.

That's why I feel on many occasions, Pallavi has never been given the chance, and has been looked down on by the AG's. Like in the last two present eps, Paro and Kamal, they came and accused her instantly. Esp Kamal how he said 'Paro is missing, and I know you are related to it' I mean come on Pallavi has a life other than destroying the Agarwals all the time. They couldn't even give her the benefit of the doubt. Besides I don't think they can see any goodness in Pallavi in what she does, or understand the loss she has suffered post Krishna and how she is trying to find happiness in Chotu now, and that to will be taken away from her. When this crap happens to her then she is bound to retaliate, and her hatred towards the AG's is extended. That's why I feel if the AG's were wronged by Pallavi, then equally Pallavi was wronged by them too.

Like the scene when Krishna had died, I absolutely loved the scene between Kamal/Pallavi, how the first time they weren't accusing each other or blaming each other for Krishna's death. But instead they shared this beautiful comforting each other and understanding each other pains space that we hadn't scene from them for so long. Sometimes I feel if Paro or Kamal show some trust or confidence in her, that would do wonders for there relationships. And who knows maybe Pallavi would team up with them to revenge Krishna's death from Rajo/Trishna. Now that would be one splendid track, if it ever happened. It would be nice if Kamal and Paro actually shared and admitted to each other that there is certain goodness in Pallavi since day one, and that has been in the form of Krishna. That's why I think when Pallavi says to Paro in yesterdays ep, 'who knows better than you babhi, that the thing you love the most, you don't want to lose it'. Indirectly she tried to tell Paro about Om, that how she suffered the loss of Om when he died. Instead of Paro going home and questioning Pallavi's return of Chotu so quick, I would have loved it had she sat down and thought about what Pallavi said, understood she has suffered for the past 18 years aswell, and maybe given her some benefit of the doubt.


Also on the approaches of life that you have mentioned, again that's interesting how one analyses this. Paro has always been the one who has 'sacrificed' in her life whilst Pallavi doesn't belief in living like that. She has always been the self-centred, and did whatever would be beneficial for her and her future, like anyone of us would do??? People like Paro don't exist in today's world; even in that sense I feel that Pallavi's character is more identifiable and realistic than Paro's on occasions. As whatever she did was what was in her best interest, emotions that we live and feel in our life's everyday.

As regards to Trishna/Pallavi couldn't agree less about them, yes the comedy Trishna showcased was hilarious at times. But the seriousness required for her role was hindered by this very comedy she enacted.

All in all I would say that I personally relate to what Pallavi says and does and what she has suffered is as saddening as when Paro suffers from the hands of AG's. I wouldn't say that Pallavi is a perfect picture obviously she isn't, but sometimes if you uncover deep down these characters, people like Pallavi exist today and you recognize where she is coming from.

P.S. Sorry to have gone on forever, but characters like Pallavi are so complex and interesting that you love analysing them from all angles.   

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Originally posted by eklayvafan1


Like the scene when Krishna had died, I absolutely loved the scene between Kamal/Pallavi, how the first time they weren't accusing each other or blaming each other for Krishna's death. But instead they shared this beautiful comforting each other and understanding each other pains space that we hadn't scene from them for so long. Sometimes I feel if Paro or Kamal show some trust or confidence in her, that would do wonders for there relationships. And who knows maybe Pallavi would team up with them to revenge Krishna's death from Rajo/Trishna. Now that would be one splendid track, if it ever happened. It would be nice if Kamal and Paro actually shared and admitted to each other that there is certain goodness in Pallavi since day one, and that has been in the form of Krishna. That's why I think when Pallavi says to Paro in yesterdays ep, 'who knows better than you babhi, that the thing you love the most, you don't want to lose it'. Indirectly she tried to tell Paro about Om, that how she suffered the loss of Om when he died. Instead of Paro going home and questioning Pallavi's return of Chotu so quick, I would have loved it had she sat down and thought about what Pallavi said, understood she has suffered for the past 18 years aswell, and maybe given her some benefit of the doubt.


Also on the approaches of life that you have mentioned, again that's interesting how one analyses this. Paro has always been the one who has 'sacrificed' in her life whilst Pallavi doesn't belief in living like that. She has always been the self-centred, and did whatever would be beneficial for her and her future, like anyone of us would do??? People like Paro don't exist in today's world; even in that sense I feel that Pallavi's character is more identifiable and realistic than Paro's on occasions. As whatever she did was what was in her best interest, emotions that we live and feel in our life's everyday.

All in all I would say that I personally relate to what Pallavi says and does and what she has suffered is as saddening as when Paro suffers from the hands of AG's. I wouldn't say that Pallavi is a perfect picture obviously she isn't, but sometimes if you uncover deep down these characters, people like Pallavi exist today and you recognize where she is coming from.

P.S. Sorry to have gone on forever, but characters like Pallavi are so complex and interesting that you love analysing them from all angles.   

Absolutely - that scene that you described really was a complete step up in Kamal and Pallavi's relationship - both of them displaying a kind of hitherto-unseen maturity. It was that scene that gave me hope that *maybe* they would be able to move on past the hatred and the bitterness. Even if they could never be friends, they would at least be able to understand each other. Another scene that comes to mind is when Pallavi came to the house when they were mourning Krishna, and at first Kamal wanted her out of there. But she stayed and kept getting angry at them - where is Krishna? What happened to him? Where is he, really? - and eventually Kamal broke down and told her "YOUR son is dead. OUR son is dead". After years of fighting and refusing to let her be his mother, Kamal finally acknowledged that she was Krishna's mother in every respect. That was such a poignant and well-executed scene; I really felt so bad for PallaviCry.

As for Parvati, I know that to compare her with Pallavi is silly, because she has never done anything to harm her family, like Pallavi has, justification or not. But Paro herself knows how it feels to lose the one person you love the most in the world, and to then be blamed for things that you would never do. She suffered for 18 years because her family believed someone else's rubbish over her own truth. I know that she has no reason to believe Pallavi, but like you said, she should at least have drawn on her own experience and *considered* that perhaps Pallavi has moved on.

Characters like Parvati don't exist in the real world. It is characters like Pallavi, like Shruti, that exemplify human nature. This is why I can relate more strongly to them than to Paro or anyone else. When Paro was Janki, I liked her because, on the face of it at least, she displayed vanity, anger, bitterness and revenge. My favourite moment of hers as Janki was the day after she had been insulted by Trishna at the first party she went to in AG House (the one where she was asked to show the mole on her back). She was at home, with no one around her to lay on an act for, but she was on the phone, telling someone to destroy the AG House, and she was furious because she, Janki Devi, had been insulted and mocked. There was no need for pretence in that scene - no one was watching - but that was no pretence. It was the truth - after 18 years, she had learnt to feel a few of the baser, worldy, emotions. I loved that scene, because it proved to me that Parvati was human after allLOL

Don't worry - as you can see, I can also wax lyrical about these charactersLOL I could write whole essays on the psychology of Pallavi and Shruti, because, as I say, I can identify with their situations, even if I don't always agree with their actions.

@Ankit - I know, I loved Sambhav! So sad he die, he would definitely have been better than Sameer!

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Absolutely guys i really wished if kamal and pallavi cud be together and my hope really got a boost when i saw pallavi and kamal supporting each other after krishna's death.but going by the present scenario,it seems impossible LOL .May be when kggk ends we cud see pallavi patching up with kamal and paro and returning to aggarwal house.No second thoughts yaar that parvati is almost a non-existent character in this world,but the way sakshi has potrayed it,no wonder she has been the darling of zillions of viewers.It does give me a hope though false LOL ,that if we cud have people like her,the world wud have been a better place to live.The fact that i like abt paro's character is that though she is caring and a doting bahu of ag family,she at the same time is powerful,shrewd and dynamic.Unlike other characters such as tulsi or preran we have seen various shades of parvati-from adoting bahu.to a loving and caring wife,to a lovabale mother or an adorable babhi,to the ruthless and dyamic swati dixit and janki devi.This what separates paro from the rest of k-serials bahus.But on a personal level i relate more to character of shruti or pallavi.May be when kggk ends we cud see pallavi patching up with kamal and paro and returning to aggarwal house

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Oh no doubt Vasu, janki's portrayal of life and how she would retaliate reflected today's living people, than compared to Paro. Though I absolutely love Paro, but there have been occasions when I have disagreed with her actions. She sacrificed too much, for anyone sane minded person would do today. Whereas Janki I simply loved her as she displayed and felt all the emotions and sane person would do, and thus relate to her.

What I loved about Janki was her scenes with Shruti, for the first time she actually stopped thinking like her mother and hit back at her in true Shruti fiery style, which irritated Shruti to no end. Like the scene when Shruti falls down on her feet and says that she has lost and everything, and Paro replies back saying 'you know what Shruti I love seeing you like this, at least now you will understand the pain I once went through'. Now any mother would have reacted even more severely to what Shruti did to Paro, but at least in that scene Paro spoke her mind and said what she really felt, and in some sense showed how disgusted she had been with Shruti's behaviour. That's why even seeing Shruti in pain, she didn't not go and hug her, she controlled her motherly love and this time put ahead the pain she suffered herself ahead of Shruti's pain. Now that was another example when Paro didn't easily forgive Shruti, like any mother would do, and showed us she is a human and she also can hate a daughter no matter how much she loves her.

That's why me too I can relate to Janki better as she showed real hate, pain and sense of revenge for the family she once loved, as they put her through so much crap.


P.S. Its funny how I tried to explain the same thing to my mom LOL the other day on Pallavi/Paro, but she totally disagreed and said she couldn't ever relate to Pallavi as the way she relates to and feels for Paro. But I personally always tend to side with Pallavi at least alittle, when Paro/Pallavi are shown together.


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The thing what i like abt paro's character over other larger than life and hugely popular characters like tulsi and preran is that with times paro's character had become matured.Now she doesn't take things as it is and she knows how to give it back to people who trouble her even though they may be her own family members unlike prerna and tulsi who still are vunerable to the crap their family members commit on them.
right eklavyafan1,even i tend to support pallavi over paro when ever their converstions are centered around krishna. LOL    

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^^Agree with you about the maturity thing. Paro learns from her mistakes (apart from the one about always forgiving her family Ouch ) - she has learned to wait, in most cases, for concrete proof before mistrusting someone.

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