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Posted: 09 May 2011 at 12:07am | IP Logged
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Aaw Kaumudi, I wish I could pass on my clumsy rhymes to even some obscure writer! Big smilebut can't act criminal!...Naitik's dash to ringing mobile had gotten me into splits- I liked the scene and got 'inspired' to belt out this sufferance!!!Tongue...Watch out, someone would seriously scold you for encouraging an atrocity!LOL

On serious note, writing freely without care for grammar or consequence is big advantage here or without a fear of being sneered for 'exuberance'.Embarrassed..And yes,' Morning light' had turned me loose here...I had so liked Akshara's mellowed entry and Naitik's relief expression in that Mahashivratri scene, it was a beautiful, low key scene. But then the opportunity was wasted to prepare for Holi parody.Shocked

Friend, more in the evening, I am stealing my earning hours!!Shocked

morning light is undoubtedly ur best post till date @smrth.. i just loved it.. i have it saved in my computer and i read it again and again.. it was just so beautifully written that i have no words for it.. just too good..Big smile
 
the last line of this quote "trialled and tarried.. here is sleeping my princess wife " took my heart away.. loved it.. just loved it..
people u know will thank me for bringing out the poet in u..LOLLOL seriously.. u should write more.. n yes.. be frequent here.. it feels great to have u around..Big smile

Kaumudi,

The regularity bidding is difficult to observe, but lately I've been quite so, ain't i?LOL...This dinner time watch has grown on me but I miss many episodes. The relatability is fascinating. Recently going through fascinating phase of kids rearing, the sensations of a lovable stranger entering your life and turning everything topsy-turvey; the happiness or tasting trials, the relationship is really profound- The stranger becomes most Important in life. Consciously or unwittingly, The cvs are doing a holding job despite of overwhelming mediocrity.Shocked So yes I'd be more frequent, though excuse my tendency for staying private (already surprised at draw of above put detailsLOL)...virtual world compels this habit.Smile

Won't you substitute @ with two right placed vowels...samarth...talking to you is like my younger sister- always carrying out her point adamantly...LOLLOLLOL

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Posted: 11 May 2011 at 9:17pm | IP Logged

Today was a good episode...the grief onset was well handled. First, heartbreak of a son was aptly revealed to his mother (in the present case). Their scene together was touching...Then, we were spared the melodrama with each elder individually...the gravity of loss is preserved this way...Again I liked Naitik's impromptu hug to his Father. His seeking solace from other parent was just so...what more, it was the one of the first of this kind of bonding scene here, and right timed... I wanted Akshara to suspect her loss instinctively, more so from her instinctive alertness to Naitik's heartache, however hidden with effort. But then she might as well in a denial. Something she might have already perceived instinctively...The end scenes echoed some of these expectations...

  • Karan was outstanding in his grief portrayals. The primary wail, seeking solace from parents, seeking for a relief from mother- with a bail out from news break and then bracing his self- he was just right. Later, his subdued and feeble speak to his wife, with a gentle chiding to hold herself- he was enacting poignancy...Understand his haplessness at prolonging the tragic news, just hope, they don't overdo .
  • Hina's last scene of a frightening foreboding, her expressions of incredulity to something unimaginable but suspicious, were outstanding as well...Hope she carries on with finesse.

 



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Posted: 12 May 2011 at 11:06am | IP Logged

Episode 12th May

B.R.A.V.O.Clap

Hina Khan:ClapClapClap

Karan Mehra:ClapClapClap

 The Script:Thumbs Up

The couples' dialogues: Simple and piercing.Thumbs UpClap

Maheshwaris:Thumbs Down  ... Dadi's naivete:Confused   Sole light moment in a heavy epi.- Rajasshri, 'waise to wo roti nahi he...'Shocked

Over all direction:Star

Keep it up!Thumbs UpClap

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Posted: 12 May 2011 at 11:43am | IP Logged
i agree.. this was one of the bestest epis of naksh... everything u said was true!
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Posted: 12 May 2011 at 9:39pm | IP Logged
Originally posted by stuti_naksh4eva

i agree.. this was one of the bestest epis of naksh... everything u said was true!

Yes, actually such standard is not seen for a long time, almost never after SR, if I'd not missed something significant. Rajan S, should have secured current director before he'd be hijacked...In bet'wn, a hope is kindled. today, Maheshwaris may also click right…they have stalwarts like Dadi and Vishambhar...A support system in form of loving families is one invaluable asset...

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Posted: 13 May 2011 at 10:46am | IP Logged

May 13th

Good one, with some snags but the Apex can't be scaled daily...

Hina Khan all the way...but Karan not lagging far behind...a strange chemistry is developing bet'n the duo. Their scenes together are hitting a high...Akshara sans much make-up, jewelry...just beauteous...another competitor: Husband-Wife bonding just as beautiful...Clap

Good script and dialogues, as well as back-ground score, especially Sarangi version...And editing...for postponing Maheshwari scenes. So returning back into the groove...



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