Posted: 09 July 2011 at 1:25pm | IP Logged
Originally posted by jsdoll
HOPE MY FRIENDS WILL REMAIN FINE AFTER WATCHING THIS ESPECIALLY KHUSHKHUSH PLEASE UR DEEP ANALYSIS ON THIS
The gym scene, eh? You're after my life, you are
@underlined...in case you assumed that this is my most favourite scene of all, let me correct you *drawls lazily* It's the riot scene Though this is tied up there in first place, I tend to be a bit biased towards the 4th June episode Anyway, returning to the point...*rubs hands together* I see you've set quite a task for me...forgive me if I don't live up to your expectations, as the images of the scene tend to distract me most of the time Firstly, I thoroughly enjoyed watching A chasing N around tables and pinning her to walls here...the anger with which he did so was infinitely sexy...though I wished to watch such a thing again and again, I was disappointed As much as he did shake her by the shoulders and yell in her face and be rude, he didn't corner her anymore...very tragic, in my opinion *sigh* Of course, he was snubbed about her blabbing to Armaan...or at least, appearing to do so. I agree, it wasn't her fault, but she didn't go out of her way to explain things to him either...yes, I know I sound extremely biased, but I've always been Team Abhi, and I still remain faithful But I'll try to look at the other side of the coin too *pulls self up importantly*...he assumed she had said things to Armaan, things that weren't true, without verifying whether she had actually done it or not. He just took it for granted...now, we can easily blame that on his prejudice against Armaan. After all, he had been nursing a soft spot for N ever since the Holi scene, and he had always been subject to jokes, sarcasm, and cold ignorance by her. She never took him seriously enough. So, well, we all saw an outburst coming. What we probably didn't anticipate is that it would come in such a...well, for lack of a better term, explosive way.
Having been the sole spectator for the one-sided love story between N and Armaan, he had seen where she was weak. He knew her far more than she, or even he himself knew. He knew which buttons to press to get particular reactions...he knew where to remain silent, where to talk, where to goad and where to tease. He knew when he was allowed to say or do something. And, conveniently enough, he also knew what affected her most.
I believe as much as he was hurt and scorned at what Armaan did (that morphed poster and bangles were really below the belt), he was also annoyed at the fact that N hadn't felt the need (or so he thought) to explain things properly to him.
So naturally, when she came tiptoeing into the gym (or was that his office? Since when has Doctor's Chambers been turned into makeshift gyms? Oh well, DMG never made sense anyway...thus, moving on ) and spotted him punching the bag as if it had done him great offence, she was nothing short of petrified to see the extent to which he had been riled. And yes, sexy he may be, but we all have to admit that he is a tad scary when angry. And thus, our spirited young chocolate eclair was both frightened of and secretly admiring the sweaty form of our sinful bowl of molten dark chocolate
He closed in on her, attempting to intimidate her, which, as we all noticed, he succeeded greatly in doing, but I believe he also noticed that despite her painful medieval-fashioned laments about Armaan, she reacted physically to his proximity. With that highly exciting and at the same time confusing thought in his mind, he closed in on her even more, his already raging hormones going into overdrive.
And he shot a few dhaansoo dialogues at our lovely curly-haired doll, and she backed away immediately.
Then came the electrifying moment of pinning her to the wall of course...forgive me while I swoon Notice how she fluttered there between his arms like a caged bird, unable to say anything but trying to convey her uneasiness through her eyes...an uneasiness, I'm sure, she was enjoying thoroughly despite it being very alien to her. To put it plainly, A appealed to her. In his own way...he neither had the chocolate boy charm of Armaan nor did he have the coventional charms of the highly overrated Prince Charming of fairytales. He was an entirely different individual...a silent listener, a strong pillar of unwavering strength, and to some extent, even a confidant to her. In his roughness, he treated her as an equal, not as a clumsy little girl who couldn't take care of herself. He was not the kind of person she was expecting to fall for, and his approach to her...well, to put it mildly, was different Now, there was N stuttering away like she had lost all coherent thought, which I suspect did happen given the very close proximity of a very sexy and very angry man whom she subconsciously happened to fancy ...anyway, he fired away like a canon and kept up his taunts till she came up with a word that pricked a nerve...or perhaps, touched it: Abhi. She called him Abhi, which obviously, was a very personal style of addressing one's boss He latched on to it, and scared her furthermore. His intention, however, never wavered. He had wanted to taunt her about Armaan and he continued to do so...ending up calling himself her "enemy". I always felt she should have protested to the very inappropriate term, but oh well, it just added to the crackling intensity in that gym room And that, Jibreen, is as deep as my analysis goes...can't go any further than that, or else I'll stay awake all night considering the minute details Hope it was up to scratch
Edited by Khushboo_AN - 09 July 2011 at 1:36pm