Posted: 04 May 2011 at 3:19am | IP Logged
I am annoyed as hell at the way this track has started.
I really did not expect Bansi and Kamla to react in this manner at Murari's arrival. I thought they would be the first to tell him to sling his hook. How can they expect such graciousness on the part of Murli when they witnessed for themselves just how ruthless Murari was being at the time?
To forgive is asking too much as it is, but to share his love too Bansi? Did you bang your head or something on the way home from the mandir?
What kind of twisted logic was he dishing out? ''Because of him, today you are able to call us maa, bauji''. Yes Bhansi, lets just reflect back for a moment on how this came to be. Erm, erm, hmm, oh that's right, because Murari tried to kill his baby son, and you stepped in and adopted him as your own and earned the right to be called ma bauji!!!!!
Let's just go back once more and remind ourselves of the catalyst for today's truth. Yep, there it is again. Murari did indeed try to KILL his baby son
And seriously Bharti, when you haven't had to live with this knowledge, nor deal with it's consequences unknowingly for the past 20 years, you've got no business telling someone else what their reaction should be.
It's unforgiveable that Bansi and Kamla who have dealt with it for two decades should expect this from Murli, but even more unforgiveable when you, who's only known about it for like 2 minutes, should exert pressure on him!
And what rights and obligations is Kamla on about? Hello? Murli had rights on his 'sperm donor' too no? The right to be cared for, loved and nurtured. When that SD (sorry sperm donor is too long, and I refuse to refer to him as Murli's father, pitha, bauji or any of it's derivatives!
), wanted to kill him and take away Murli's basic right to live, he lost all rights on Murli as far as I'm concerned.
If Murli shows any kind of compassion towards him at all it should only be on humanitarian grounds and nothing more. Not saying he should, just that if the need ever arises. After all Murli would do the same for a beggar on the street no doubt, so just think of SD in that manner
. Otherwise, what's the difference between SD and the rest of civilised society.
And how in the world does Kamla know he has seen the error of his ways? Just because he says so? If that was indeed the case, why didn't he try and find Murli sooner? Why didn't he reunite Murli with his mother before she died? Why take 20 years to realise your mistake. And if you have taken that long to acknowledge your faults, then why expect Murli to be so quick in forgiving you?
I am dissappointed by the attitude of the Mahan 3.
If this is the way this track is going to go, I think I'll stop watching now and save myself the inevitable urge to stab myself in the eye with the blunt end of a spoon, which I know will come to me at some point
Edited by Rakhie_08 - 04 May 2011 at 4:44am