Posted: 14 December 2011 at 10:13am | IP Logged
Originally posted by *Reemz*
Which girl would not want a husband like Viren? Poor guy ate all the bland kheer so his newly wed wife would avoid any embarrassment. This guy is an absolute sweetheart, he's such so loving and caring. I can't believe that he ate the whole bowl of kheer, to save his newly wedded wife from being embarrassed. I thing I don't get is that even though Viren ate all the Kheer, as it didn't have any sugar in it. But it was only missing sugar, everything else was fine, so why would he have an upset stomach? Unless I missed something?
Actually both sisters are extremely lucky to have their respective (future) partners in the form of Virat and Viren because even though the VirMan love story hasn't kicked off yet, you can tell Virat cares for Manvi a great deal already. Both Viren and Virat are great guys and will be great husbands. Each of them match their respective partners. Viren and Jeevika the calm and collected couple and Maanvi and Virat the louder and masti couple. Imagine if it was the other way Viren and Maanvi and Jeevika and Virat. That would have been interesting.
If I haven't said it before, I absolutely LOVE how everyone in this show has a justified POV and everything is shown realistically despite the need for the 'dramatic' twists & turns. That 'close to home' feel this show has makes the audience connect to it. Like even Jeevika's first day in the kitchen, they showed her glancing around upon her entry...trying to familiarise herself with the new surroundings. It's the small things which make the difference. I think I have also mentioned before that, there are subtleties the actors do on this show, that you pick up on and connect to. Like when Jeevika first entered the kitchen, looking around, getting familiar with things. Or when she came down in the morning, wondering what should she do, enter, sit , stand. These small expressions really add to the moments and just prove how good these actors are.
If Jeevika was just Beeji's grand-daughter, Chacha-Chachi's niece and Dabbu's cousin then I have no doubt in my mind that she would be able to move on just fine. She's very adapting and she has gone in to a family which suits her sense of organisation and discipline (even if it is a bit more extreme than she prefers). Plus she has the support of the most perfect husband but despite all these factors, one person whom unsettles her routine the most is her own sister. Her tone completely changed today when she picked the phone up. If she wasn't Manvi's sister, then she would have put the sugar in to the kheer and all would have been fine. Viren's stomach wouldn't have got upset, the rest of the family could have praised Jeevika's cooking skills and aaal would be welll but because there is a certain someone called Manvi whom keeps subconsciously barging in to her life, Jeevika's life automatically becomes imbalanced. You are so right. Jeevika is a completely different person when she is with Maanvi. Her concentration is limited to her sister (I say sister so my sister comes running up the stairs calling me- lol sorry about the side note) that why she forgot to put the sugar in the kheer. I sure she will adjust to life at her in-laws, but it will have its teething issues. Which is expected.