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Arnav-Khushi: An extremely abusive equation. (Page 4)

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Posted: 22 September 2011 at 3:46am | IP Logged
Originally posted by aashizin

poco sweety glad to see u after so long time Hugahha its always treat to read ur wonderful posts amazing post dear Clap loved ur analysis and wonderful thoughts of char of arnav and khushi u simply made this post amazing with ur example and words , dark bg of arnav with his dark life and khushi's totally different colorful life and their clash loved this line 
Arnav runs from what he feels. Khushi chooses what she thinks and not what she feels. 

thats the main difference of char and its the most wonderful beauty of chars , specially after arrival of khushi at riazada house they both fought but still both do have some soft shades in them ,they r fighting with emotions he won't let her know so easily and she is the same way stubborn so it will be interesting to watch first toh how they will realize that magical feeling and how this equation will lead them to go ahead to feel this feeling,


Hey Ash, howdy? Yeah, long time. LOL...thank you for reading through and liking what i wrote. Its tough to comprehend their relationship. Comprehending personalities is still easy. Lets see where this push and pull takes ArHi. Smile

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Posted: 22 September 2011 at 3:46am | IP Logged
Originally posted by --sumana13--

I can't express my dear Pocu HugHug... how happy I am to see your post ...thank you for finding the time to create such a magical analysis...


I have been great, Sumz. Its good to see you again. HugHeartHug

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Posted: 22 September 2011 at 3:47am | IP Logged
Originally posted by Barbie3143

jaaan you are awesome... .. al of them are soo trueee... no body cant denies ...these... thanks a lot  for the topic...



Thank you. Big smile
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Posted: 22 September 2011 at 3:53am | IP Logged
Originally posted by Opti

Originally posted by PinkChocolate



I am not denying or refuting any of this because your capsule on Khushi is absolutely correct and in sync with who she is. That is how Khushi is - Vulnerable and virginal. But when i talk about her being 'mean' , am not saying that meanness is a part of her nature. Of course not. That aggressive mean streak comes to the fore as her defence mechanism - when she lashes out at Arnav , hurt by him or reacts to his ill-treatment , it is her defiance but it is comprehended as mean purely on the surface level.For example , when an angry Khushi tells off Arnav saying that he is a loose character - you know its her first impressions and temper talking. She realizes the magnanimity of her words the very next second.This colour of Khushi comes to the fore only for ASR and nobody else because he is the only one who gets under her skin like that. All in all, what am trying to say is that Khushi's aggression which translates to angst and angry outbursts on Arnav are not her nature but a triggered raw defence mechanism.

This is exactly where I differ with you. I don't believe she is capable of being mean, let alone use that as her defence mechanism.  The aggressive streak you are talking about is not a sign of meanness nor is it used as a defence mechanism.  She called him a guy with a shaky character because she thought that a guy who is 'forcing'  a woman to live with him in a relationship which has all the benefits of a marriage but does not have the legal status of one, cannot have honourable intentions. Note the word force used here. ASR may not have actually forced Lavanya but she cannot imagine any woman will willingly accept a relationship which to her mind does not confer any right to her but only to the man.  She went about altering Lavanya's thinking on this matter not because she wanted to get back at ASR for all that he did to her but because she genuinely believed that being a woman she owes it to Lavanya to help her get her rights in the eyes of the society.  If tomorrow when she finds out the true colours of Shyam I am sure she will lash out on him too regarding how it is sinful to two-time a woman.  So basically her clashes with Arnav are driven by her principles and values and not because she is trying to counter the strong attraction she is feeling for him by labeling him as bad. As of now the attraction is more from his side than hers. Yes, his raw masculinity does invade her senses in very brief moments but his character or rather what she perceives of him has reigned in any feeling she may develop. Unless she sees a different side to him and begins to understand that there is a gray between the black and white I don't see anything change from her end.  I think the key to this lies in knowledge of at least a part of his past. Let us see how that comes about.

 
Lol. Please don't take it in the negative sense. I call her a brat in the same colour as her Buaji calls her. A frisky kitten she is who tags whirlwinds with her - i meant it that way. More on the lines of mischief. And you are being generous with ASR. Arnav is a beast. And i second the highlighted portion. Bingo. Clap

Well, she is spunky but not a brat.  I guess there is a difference between the two.  ASR may be a beast but Khushi has already started softening him up. She is the only one who can knock on his conscience and make him uncomfortable about his actions.


See, i am not saying that Khushi is consciously mean . Her anger comes out in mean words which resonate Arnav's character as she sees him ( like you said , she hasn't seen his sunny side). So, the repercussion is mean and she is not even aware of it. I guess its just  a difference of opinions and perspective.We see Khushi in different lights.
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Posted: 22 September 2011 at 3:54am | IP Logged
Originally posted by ashvez

@Pink...a Fab post!!! A very insightful potrayal of "Hate" Love  attraction.Clap
We do see a lot of P & P shades in desi Eli & desi Darcy.Tied down to the seat to wait for the moment when Hate converts to the passionate love...if Hate can be so attractive what would Love take us to????
 
Enjoyed Thoroughly!!!Smile
 
Ash.


Thank you. Yeah, if hatred is this gushing waterfall, love will be hot springs. Heart

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Posted: 22 September 2011 at 4:04am | IP Logged
thanks a lot for this!!
wonderfully written and nicely explained.

When repressed emotions are not allowed to be expressed..they lash out in violence or aggressiveness- passion- all this can be seen in both Arnav's and Khushi's case...looking forward to the love-hate track..


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Posted: 22 September 2011 at 4:08am | IP Logged
Wow !!! Amazing analysis ...luvd d way u have portrayed d feelings of d two ...very well written !!!

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Posted: 22 September 2011 at 4:10am | IP Logged
Pink Chocolate, yes we do see Khushi in different perspectives. I can well empathise with her because this is how I was when I was young. I had certain fixed ideas about what is right and wrong and anyone whom I found doing things which were considered wrong by me, I would brand them bad.  Khushi is like that. Given her age and her lack of experience she cannot tell the difference between a deed and a person. 

Each one's value system may be shaped by what one is taught and what one learns from the surroundings or from one's own experience.  Now take the instance of Anjali. She too has values which are very similar to Khushi's. She too is highly religious and does not approve of a live-in relationship. But she is able to accept her brother and his live-in status because 1. she loves him and 2.she knows why he opposes marriage. 

Right now Khushi does not love Arnav nor does she know what makes the guy shun marriage. She is not mature enough to find out why the guy resents marriage. For her his non-acceptance of marriage means that his character is shaky, meaning he is incapable of making a commitment and standing by it.  This is her belief.  I don't think there is anything mean about it.    Yes, Arnav does not like what she said but that does not make it mean.  Being 'mean' is being 'petty' and I doubt Khushi can be termed petty,consciously or unconsciously. 

As I said the only times she was acting petty were the times she pulled all those pranks on him and even then she was prompt in tendering her apology because that is not in her character.  




Edited by Opti - 22 September 2011 at 4:11am

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