Posted: 08 May 2011 at 10:44am | IP Logged
Bloopers are not new with PKYEK. Even in the Maha Episode we had Bloopers.
In the Previous episode when Piya convinces Abhay to go with them to Kasauli, Chand had already been bought into the Emergency Room. But soon we see Abhay coming there and interrupting the Blood test. So how did he reach there so fast? Did he use his vampire skills?
In Maha Episode Chand Raichand tells that he was pretending to be unconscious but lets the Doctor's do his tests which could have led to his exposure. When Abhay interrupted the nurse from taking blood samples telling that Chand would want to be checked up by Family Doctor he should have acted as if he regained consciousness and insist to be taken away from there. After all no one can treat a patient against his will. How could Chand create such a situation where his Family could get exposed?
Also rather than walking with Haseena and Abhay wearing the Doctor's overcoat Chand should have used his Vampire skills to escape from the Hospital than risk anyone (Mount College Students/ Hospital staff especially, as that would have been a very embarrassing situation) seeing them. After all Chand can fly and jump from high walls...
In the last Scene the Doctor calls Pia and asks for Mr Raichand's son's number. Piya asks Abhay Raichand and the Doctor says, 'No, his elder sons number' Abhay did not say his name at all while he was with Chand. So How did the Doctor know that the elder Son's name is not Abhay? Also normally when a patient is admitted the relative signs some papers. If Siddharth has bought Chand in then the Doctor's should know Siddharth's name and contact number which is normally recorded in the form. Also what does it matter to the Doctor if the phone number is that of the elder son or younger son as long as it is that of a Raichand Family member?
Siddharth drank all the AB -ve blood in the Blood Bank to endanger Arnab's life and for forcing Pia to donate Blood. But as far as I know a person with AB negative blood can receive A-ve, B-ve or O-ve Group Blood also which are not as rare.
Edited by Anamika1570 - 08 May 2011 at 11:54am
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