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Must say, this short track was well handled and well scripted for most part. The actors were competent and the narration gripping. The initial trapping without a track was believable (though on somewhat stretched circumstances- the responsible official must be showed reprimanded for such callousness). Subsequent communication loss was also realistic. Then, frightened worry of all relatives were well presented as well as well acted by all the actors (though Mohit's omission was becoming conspicuous). I am Surprised at a sudden acceleration in the pace of story telling. Looks like they have heard about their famous sluggard scripts and they are attempting to shake of the lethargy- good for the show. But the 'end' is the case of over reaction; crispness giving way to an impatient hurry. First, Naitik was showed rushing to Police station without breaking such a powerful ray of hope to the paralyzed members (neither telling Shaurya on the phone?!). Then, final tracking down and liberation was too rushed up, they ought to have showed some more details (I've almost taken the final scenes as a precap and believed that elaboration will follow tomorrow). But don't want to complaint much. Since from a couple of weeks they are treating us with good episodes. As if they were following some real life incidence.
Some of the point…
1. The couple's deep melding is beautifully presented in their mutual concern as well almost a telepathic extension of the courage to each other over the happy memories. This reliance is endearing.
2. Individually, Naitik's anxieties, helplessness and a foreboding fear were deftly carried out by Karan the actor. His restrained act was entirely relatable. But yet, he has not lost the hope. There was a hidden faith that she is not harmed and he was actually holding up the elders…Akshara's fears were palpable. Her attempts to hold on the nerves and courage with a positive attitude were well put. Here the existing love of husband and realized motherhood were self sustaining. The previously embedded chocolate scene was both practical and symbolic.
3. The supporting characters were believable though Mohit's daylong absence is not. Payal's avoided vilification was in tune with their approach.
4. The unnecessary stretching was avoided and hope, they will make this a habit.
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Mohit's absence was all the more conspicuous for two reasons. Naitik was searching all around the city for entire day without roping in the help of his oft mentioned troop of friends. Besides, Mohit is now BIL so they might have alerted about such a serious threat in the family. And they chose recently befriended Payal to come and lend the support...The scene at police station were lacking...Overbearing, almost suspicious, tone of authority was somewhat jarring- for such influential elder members of two families from a small city would have been accorded more respect due...
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very good post.. I always like your posts... what you observe & write it's different & is treat to read...
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Yo rude trinkles, shh...dare not her dreams in strife,
Trialed and tarried, here is sleeping my princess wife.
Our lover boy is in full flaw...comforting or cajoling for rest, soothing or pacifying, he is pampering his precious lady with abundance. And who'd blame? Only a scary separation, however short, can underline the blessings of a loved one so starkly. In fact, this short trial has acutely stressed the essence of their mutual interdependence in this relationship. Well presented.
@ Charu, Kaumudi, Sachi...Thanks for your replies friends. I want to answer individually...a bit in rush, so tomm. please.
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