We are back with our weekly roundup of a show, which we initiated with Yeh Un Dinon Ki Baat Hai
last week. This week, we took over Naamkarann
and after watching the week's episodes, here's what we derived of it.
The week began rather quintessentially, where we were set to witness KK (Zaan Khan
) and Saisha/Mishti's engagement ceremony. Of course, we know Indian daily soap credentials way too tell to understand that this marriage wasn't going to be a walm in the park at any cost and have shocking drama.
So, as anticipated, the engagement was called of, but the reason sure came in as a surprise for sure. Saisha lying about her being an orphan and Kamini (Jayati Bhatia
) being the typical vamp opened several secrets too.
But, this revelation was another reminder how Avni/Nilanjana's (Aditi Rathore
) righteousness is undoubtedly the most difficult and unpopular path to take, but in the hindsight, the right one too. It is immensely difficult for a person to take a decision, which he/she doesn't like to, but has to. Avni did that and does that irrespective of people think about her.
However, apart from all the drama of her being caught up in a master stroke by Kamini and getting arrested, and Neil's (Zain Imam
) 'I cannot forgive you, but I understand why you did what you did' drama, life has truly come a full circle foe Avni in the show.
The same was amazingly exhibited in a recent episode of the show, where Neil sat down to explain Saisha the real, unfiltered and difficult story of Avni.
During his explanation and comments, you are immediately hit the fact that she is the same Avni and her mother is the same Ayesha (Barkha Bisht Sengupta
), who struggled with the scenario, that Saisha-KK-Kamini are in right now.
Kamini is being the same vamp that Dayawanti (Reema Lagoo
) was, and KK is being the same indecisive man that Ashish (Viraf Phiroz Patel
) was pertaining Ayesha, who in this is Saisha. The spectator at that time was little Avni (Arsheen Naamdar) and this time is grown-up Avni (Aditi Rathore
Call it fate or life's way of sealing the idea of 'what goes around, comes around', but Avni's dilemma is reborn all over again.
But, the way she has dealt with it so far has been the true belief that Naamkarann
was built on. The show has been criticized for making a mockery of its original concept, which also includes me.
However, I have no qualms in accepting that the show, in it's recent episodes have actually showcased the ideals, beliefs it touted to exhibit. Avni's dialogues in some of the sequences easily portray that, and her not backing down against the world is the reminder of Naamkarann
showcasing what it believed in.
The same came into effect, where KK and Saisha eloped and with the track about Saisha being pregnant conjng in, I worry as to if the show will once again go the exaggerated drama way ahead. I really hope not.
What did you think of the week's episodes? Leave in your comments below..