Posted: 19 May 2011 at 7:37am | IP Logged
Originally posted by misti73
Originally posted by Anamika100
I just finally saw April 29th episode where Radhika's letter is found and Rohan and Padma display how unbalanced they both are and eventually Dev convinces them that the girl he loved is not Radhika...
There Dev very clearly states that 'Kabhi Kabhi Apni Khushion ko Bhulna Padta hai'... and in April 28th SBB segment, Avi is discussing Dev's motivation and explains that since Dev is so obligated and beholden to Purohit family's kindness, he is 'Majboor' and that this Dev is different than the character in CB1 etc.
However, I would definitely like an update from him now since that is a 3 week old story!!
Anamika, Avinash also has been mentioning in his recent SBS/SBB segments why he is feeling this way, but the problem is that in India not everybody has the time to watch these segments and then link what has been said here to Devs expression in the episode...so even if its all explained in SBS/SBB it might not make any difference. It better to show it in the episode itself by some monolgues. We did get a small monolgue on monday but need more from him.
I don't know whose input these creatives or so called writers take. I remember Avinash talking about that famous "biwi, baccha and parivaar" slogan in one of the segments. He also said that he was fed up with both families as they took all his work away and now he was just repeating those slogans.
As you mentioned the TRPs were nice because audience knew that at one point Abhay was going to be replaced by Dev whom everybody liked. Then as you mentioned, audience were attached to all the characters and were looking forward to some punishment tracks that did not materialize.
Here they keep on giving those needless dialogues. Every week there are at least 2 scenes of Maheswari with Dadaji where she is repeating the same dialogues, "23rd birthday, CB getting the property, transferring it to Maheswari and Maheswari finishing off Dadaji" So even thought Pragati is a good actress, her repetitive dialogue and same expression gets on one's nerves.
On the other hand, Dadaji is not shown thinking a single dialogue in his mind. He can't speak, but he can think. Now the audience knew that nothing would happen on 23rd birthday as far as the will is concerned. But they kept Dadaji silent. Since we have said endless things about Dev, no need to repeat myself anyway.