Posted: 14 May 2011 at 8:31pm | IP Logged
Originally posted by Infofan
I know this is off-topic, but since we are talking about older episodes and Gardes since you have seen the episode fairly recently, do you remember the episode in mid-december when the older man comes to see Runjhun, the first prospective groom? G barges in PN with his cronies to threaten Vishnu, I think.
R is standing with tea in her hand and Guddu drinks the chai meant for the groom and family
G exposed the groom's truth to amma and she rejects the proposal and R was saved from that monster. Did you see how G kept looking at R? I had asked this question before and someone answered that probably G stared because he was just curious about R and someone else answered that staring was G's way of showing his power. Possibly.I felt G always had some sort of 'attraction', for lack of a better word, for R, her simplicity or innocence or beauty something about her had G interested in her on some level. I am wondering, Guddu's reactions and behavior to R, was it just because he wanted to take revenge or was it a cover-up because he felt something for her and did not know what it was.
This maybe the wrong thread for my post, I can move it if needed. I brought this topic up because you have recently seen the dec-jan episodes and it is probably still fresh in your mind.
I am jumping up to answer this one .. I wish to read what Gardes has to say too.
But this is what I would say -
The answer that I know of is there in your own post (highlighted in blue).
Actually we never knew what it was. CVs till date kept that a mystery. We never have known what was it that was in Guddu's head then. Those scene were really filled with curiousness invoking kind (OMG! What have I written .. I have butchered English
) .. but you get the gist - yeah we did not know and we do not know till date. Each of us even if we write, would be just how we felt how it was and thats it ... I wish CVs come back to those parts sometime (If they don't then it is fine too, atleast for me bcos I like somethings as a mystery
- it needs to be in our imaginations