Posted: 21 May 2011 at 1:22pm | IP Logged
Originally posted by dhakarn
good post mera di,
as for K's behavior, i think the CVs have given us ample explanation...K sees
his mother accepting P wholeheartedly , he was suspicious of his mother
at first but his suspicions vanished the moment he saw his mother
writhing in pain when SS beat her for supporting P and he felt guilty
after her emotional speech of getting her son's love and care at
last...he thought n thought of it all night (bec he is 'feeling' now how
he had never looked at his mother who is so loving n caring to him n
his babu) and felt more guilty of never being a good son to his mother ,
never holding her hand when she was in pain and all that...and he
decides never to let her suffer more...
then he sees that his mother is
always trying to cover up his babu's mistakes, warns even him not to
scold her...and he is getting a doubt (ofcourse planted by amma) that
maybe P is not liking his love towards amma or is 'jealous' of it...he
is not doubting her love, rather he is doubting her possessive n jealous
then he hears from P that amma is trying to bring her down in
SS's eyes while another story is firmly planted in his mind already by a
caring mother...then he sees P saying the 'ashtami' thing which flared
SS's anger and provoked him to beat amma again and he hears that P had
already known of the fish-dish part but only said it when all were
present...why? his mind gives him the answer based on formal events- P
said that amma is trying to show her in bad light in front of SS, so P
now deliberately wanted amma to get humiliated and beaten by SS... he is
bound to think like that...bec he is not even considering the
possibility of a foul play from amma's part, bec she is supporting P
even though she is getting humiliated and beaten...and like amma said to P, K is like that only, he gives everything when he loves, but when he is angry, nothing u do cab make him understand or relent...and we know how K is
when he is angry or upset with anyone, he could be very mean , infact
meanest of mean
...amma is playing a dangerous game with K...
and i am sure K will be at his meanest to amma when he comes to know about the truth of her fake face...
You have expressed Krishna's perception well. His thinking has been heading this way bec' his intuitive side has been stripped. He sees relationships as an all or nothing. When he was in Prats's corner he fended off everything his parents did angering them. Now he's trying to make up for his years of indifference to his mother's pain and hurt but in the process he sidelines Prats.
If he were to delve into his mind and see it with a detachment needed to get to the truth in the present situation he would doubt the sincerity of his mother's behavior on some level and give Prats the benefit of the doubt. But he is a personality of "extremes" and he fails to see the big picture in situations like this. There is guilt for his failure to understand his mother's feelings over the years. It's her turn to get his attention while he fends off everyone if they point a finger at her. He knows his mother is capable of being vicious yet he fails to consider her past bone deep hatred for Prats. Let's see how he handles things going forward. If he blindly follows and buys into everything Takurain does then he is going to have a lot of cleaning up to do when the truth hits the fans.
It's not like he doesn't know how vicious, This is the same woman who proudly said she painted coal on Prats's face. She also urged KN to beat Kesar that she lost her child and yet cold-heartedly walked away from the room without helping Kesar. She is dangerous to live around, period. SS knows her well and he tries to keep her reined in with his beating (which only makes her even more vicious) which is a wrong way to address her issues. But Takurain is going to be the one who pays a hefty price in the end. Unless POPS swipe it under the rug and pretend it was a silly phase.
In the long run when he reflects on his mother's behavior is not