Posted: 13 May 2011 at 12:57pm | IP Logged
Originally posted by Infofan
Nice post EcliPSe_2010. I have already seen the episode online three times back to back
Just wanted to give R and G and big hug.
I was wondering if the only reason R saved the flowers G had given her was because it was possibly the first time someone other than amma had given her a gift?
Also, what did G mean when he said the storm is already here, all that is left is to be destroyed in the storm? He could not realized his feelings for R yet.
What I found surprising is that she kept the flowers-(what a detail for the CV's to remember). The flowers&pink saree were gifted to her from her husband, a stranger to her at the time he gave her the gift, but still she kept them-so symbolic of her subconscious acts. I think it was the first gift she ever received from anyone except the ones that Amma gave her perhaps. But this was not from Amma, it was from her husband-i see no doubt that Runjhun does regard G as her husband and she was starting to get a friend in him also. I don't think G has really realized his feelings for R yet, the emotions are there, but he doesn't know why he is acting the way he does with her. He tries to be so coldhearted and the next second he melts seeing her tears. So, both the characters are traveling the journey of self awareness at the same time-at least this is what I see when I watch the episodes. Actually, Guddu since he is street smart has got more people interactions in his life, meanwhile, R has always led this secluded life of a servant in the Pandey Niwas, and her focus has been her Evil M&M's, she is kind of performing her duties in a robotlike manner. And the truth of the matter is probably she did not want to get married to a "gunda" like Guddu and probably he does the disgust her. But since being together in that room, she made a friend. And she also saw the difference in him and her Evil M&M's. She stood up for him. I think these two are such a lovely characters. I just hope the Neelu business doesn't ruin this series for me.
Referring to Abhigyan as Masterji at his feet, means to me more of a hierarchic statement alluding to his status as a King-Raja and Abhigyan just a teacher. A nobody-i think G was feeling insecure about the Masterji-perhaps his knowledge etc. G was trying to present himself as a ruler where the likes of the learned Masterji are at his feet-I saw this dialogue as a person being insecure and trying to justify their status in life.
Edited by EcliPSe_2010 - 13 May 2011 at 1:02pm