Posted: 24 February 2012 at 8:20am | IP Logged
Written Update (prettyfulwishes)
Recap: Maan tells Geet that if she changes
her mind, she can take the sword to the police as evidence; Geet tells
Maan she won't go to the police and he retorts that she can do whatever
she wants; Mahinder goes crazy as he decides to set the house on fire;
Geet walks in the middle of the road, and everyone watches her noticing
the way she looks..
The episode starts with Geet walking into a
street, and many people following her. Mahinder is shown throwing out
Brij as Geet reaches their house. Her family is surprised that she's
alive. Flashbacks are shown of Brij cutting her, Darji telling Brij he needs to finish the job, Mahinder telling her to run away.
calls out 'Geet' and starts to move towards her, when Geet says 'stop'.
No one is going near her. Their daughter is dead. Her family are
shocked, and everyone behind Geet are whispering between themselves.
Rano then asks how Geet can say that, she is her mother. Geet remembers
how Rano forced her to go to Darji and say she was ready to abort the baby.
She tells Rano that she's been fighting with swords, that too with her
own family. Now she won't listen to anyone - let the truth come out to
Darji, sensing too many people around, says for Geet to
come inside and talk. Geet retorts if he's giving her permission to come
into the house - has he already forgotten she's his granddaughter?
Darji cuts her off and says that whatever issues she has, she can say it
inside. Geet asks what the problem is with talking outside - is he
ashamed? Or is he scared of what might come out?
She says that a
brother tried to kill his sister, and they did nothing about it? Brij is
watching her with a mingle of shock and disgust, and threatens her to
come inside. Geet says "Or what? Are you going to bury me, or slit my
throat, or just kill me?" (best line uttered by Geet...)
the background, two men wonder why Brij would try to kill Geet. Brij
hears this, and Geet shows him the talwar he used. She tells him that
here's his talwar that he tried to kill her with in the middle of the
night with his face hidden - but why kill her at night? Kill her now, in
front of everyone - show off his bravery. Brij gets incensed and throws
the talwar down, and tells her that she's going beyond her limits. Geet
asks, "what limits?" She turns to her family and says that they tried
to kill her, but she remained quiet. They commit the sins, but it's Geet
The boy chosen was by them, she got married because
of them, she even told them she wasn't ready to get married but they got
her to agree. She was told "it's a Canadian boy, you won't get a better
rishta than this." She agreed to get married in three days - is it her
fault that she had a suhaag raat with her husband? Is it her fault that
one day after the marriage, her husband left her? (Behind her, everyone is shocked that Geet got married)
tells them that today everyone will hear Geet Handa's story. Her
husband left her, and her family told her to forget about him, and that
to forget that she even got married. Now when they found out that she
was going to be a mother, they gave her the death sentence. (Now the crowd is even more surprised at Geet's words.) Her family sent Brij and his men to kill her - now tell her, what is her, or her baby's fault?
lady in the crowds asks Darji if what Geet is saying is true, when
Channi's mother comes and screams that yes it is. She saw Geet in her
bridal clothes, and she also saw Geet's husband.
Darji interferes and
screams at Channi's mother that if she utters one more word, no one
will become as bad as Darji. Mahinder has had enough and begs Darji to
admit the truth. How much longer will he keep lying to everyone? Why
can't he admit that they made the wrong decision for Geet?
in the crowd can't stop murmuring about the revelation. A lady asks
Darji how he could commit such an offence to his granddaughter? Another
lady mentions that Brij isn't worth being called a brother. Brij finally
cracks it, and tells them that what he did was right. With these types
of girls, they should killed as soon as they're born. He admits to
killing Channi, and says that if they don't follow his rules and
teachings, then he isn't afraid to grab his talwar.
He then goes back
to Geet, and pushes her to the ground. He tells her that this is her
place, under his shoe. She doesn't deserve any better. Flashbacks are
shown of every injustice he's made against Geet. She stands up and
pushes Brij. She tells him that he doesn't deserve to be called a
brother. She curses him and says that he will never know the love of a
sister. He is wrong, and his thoughts are even worse. She pushes him to
the ground. Brij gets up, screams his trademark "Oyeee", but the sirens
of the police are heard (they sound really creepy... nothing like a normal siren).
Gurwinder who brought the police here, and he tells them that Brij is
the one who caused harm to him and Geet. The police officer arrests Brij
on the grounds of murdering Channi, and harming Geet. Brij asks what
evidence they have. Geet replies that there's heaps of evidence.
biggest evidence is her, and then there's the talwar, which has his
fingerprints and her blood. But then there's the proclamation of him
announcing to the entire pind that he killed Channi. The crowd raise
their voices in agreement, and the inspector mentions that Darji must
come into the police station later. Brij asks if he's lost his mind, or
has he believed crazy Geet's words? The inspector simply tells his men
to arrest Brij, and although he resists and spouts out his heritage, the
men drag him on the ground.
Brij is dragged, as he passes Geet, and then Channi's mother curses him for killing her daughter.
tells Geet that after today, the doors to their house are shut for her.
For them, she is dead. Geet replies, "No. From today, you are nothing
for me. This place from where I used to smile, I will never step into
the house. From you, from this family, I have broken all ties and
bonds." Rano says that ties don't get broken just by saying so, but Geet
tells her that if they had cared for her, they would have done
something when she was getting hurt by the talwar. But no one helped
her, and why would they when they're all a part of this gunj (what does 'gunj' mean?).
matter what happens, a girl is always mistreated. From her birth until
her death, the family respect is put on her head. If she gets married
into a good family, she has to maintain their respect as well. And if by
mistake her dupatta falls from her head, she has to listen to the world
degrade her... She doesn't want to live in a society where all this
happens. She doesn't want to live in a family where family respect has
to be maintained at all times, even if a girl dies for it. From today
they mean nothing to her. From today she isn't Geet Handa, she's only
Geet, this baby's mother. She will live her life her own way, only for
this child. She then walks away with flashbacks of her mother telling her to abort; her father telling her to run away; Darji telling her off (I couldn't understand what he said); Brij cutting her arm.
title song plays as the crowds part for Geet to walk away from her
family. Flashbacks play of her marriage, of her family blessing her, of
her cooking, of her father teaching her how to ride. The episode ends
with Geet truly becoming "sabsi parayi".
Precap: Geet is in Delhi.