Originally posted by *dewdrop~pearl*Dutta sealing the door to romance his wife was like watching The Hulk stroke a butterfly. OMG! What was that, Ana ?!
No clue. My metaphors are thoda hatke. Mostly people ignore them or die laughing. But no one takes them seriously -_-
Hmm...Great mouths drool alike !
Yeah, but I drool so much hotter than you. My drool has a special tinge to it. Very special.
honestness Uh, you mean "honesty" !
Duh, Appu. Potato potahto *rolls eyes*
Oh ya, and Kala gave them all the time, so naturally, they felt more "loved" by her, and chose her and her idealogies to Dutta's. But I wouldnt blame Dutta here, I dont think he is much at fault, as something really drastic had happened in his life, that changed his general behavioural pattern too (especially as far as feelings, emotions, love are concerned), and spending time, sharing love etc., became too difficult for the gangster whose soul had already died a thousand deaths! And anyways, by that time all his sisters were big enough, atleast big enough to understand Dutta's problems and his reasons. So here I wouldnt blame Dutta much, but Aayisaab! I feel Aayisaab wasnt able to be a good and fair mother, or else I dont think her kids would have gone astray, and she wasnt even aware of it! If she would have given everyone similar attention, I dont think it would have escaped from her that her kids were treading the wrong path! Like how Kala said, surprisingly I DO agree with this one point she said, that for Aayisaab, Dutta is the ultimate! Yes, I think at some level, she WAS partial to Dutta and gave him a "special" care, which the other three kids dint get. So at some level, Kala's frustration that grew into something more "deadly" cannot be totally blamed. So more than Dutta, I feel Aayisaab dint give them enough time.
I agree that AS had part fault in her kids feeling less "cared for" or "special" compared to Dutta. But I also feel that, in the end, she did love them and care for them as much as she could - considering her situation (losing her husband, adopting the killer's son) and those issues with Kala, Leela, and Roops didn't get as bad as it did until Dutta became bhau, so yeah - abandonment issues, but also greediness played a huge part in their going astray. However, as much as AS and Dutta could've handled things better, in the end Kala, Leela, and Roops had a well-functioning intellect and could most definitely tell right from wrong. That they decided to throttle the voices of their zameer (minus Kala who doesn't even have one), it was a choice they made and thus they should suffer the consequences. I feel that Leela has paid. But Roops, despite being young and immature, still knew that she'd done him wrong and so I believe that she should have a consequence as well. But oh well, we've moved on and really, I am just thrilled about this Leela-Dutta moment, to be honest.
Dutta "thinks" he cannot forgive, but "at heart" I think he forgives everyone too easily. Even after Nakku's FR, I'm sure at heart he forgave her then and there, but it was his brains and ego that kept working all along till he "literally" forgave her.
The dude has some serious issues. He forgives way too easily when the people are his own, no doubt. And also, his trust-issues are with himself.
Haha, thats the magic of DUTTA ! When Madhu was given a personal scene to share with Dutta, Madhu became interesting in that scene (which rarely happened in her case since the time she entered). similarly, I've never found ANY scene of Leela interesting, except the ones where she is just "present" and the scene itself had something interesting involving someone else. But today, yes, Leela also did seem interesting .
I have to concede that Madhu and Leela were interesting to me even before their interaction with Dutta. I felt that their development were on standstill and so I lost interest. But in their scenes with Dutta, they really come alive in a different way. It's like his character breathes life into them and makes them VERY interesting.
......Yeh le, chocolate kha chocolate
That's your solution to everything? Chocolate? Nana ko diabetes tu ne diya na?
Oh ya, when Dutta is angry *ok fine I admit I find him REALLY hot!* he IS scary ! I'm betting on a slap here *gulp*
He's hot in the "mama told me to stay away from the bad boy" kinda way when he's angry. But he is so scary too. I remember the scene following the FR - when he wakes up in the morning - and when he started moving with his eyes closed, I mentally screamed: "EEEK, the lion AWAKENS. RUUUN. NAKU DON'T GO IN THERE. PLEASE DON'T WAKE UP. PLEASE. KEEP SLEEPING. Rock-a-bye baaaby on a treetop, when the wind blooows the cradle will rock-"
That scene seriously had my heart racing near the base of my throat. I. DID. NOT. LIKE. IT.
But yeah, he was hot.