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So I guess this was the first ever Maaneet episode. And boy was it wonderful, amazing, and simply buckets-of-drool worthy!

I have to say, I found it absolutely hilarious that while Geet was begging for help from Maan, the gundas also stopped and waited for his verdict. ROFL It made me think they were also waiting to see what he would do as they didn't want to unnecessarily confront this "beast" of a man, as Jyo calls him. As soon as Geet and they realise that no help is coming from Maan, they both start running, simultaneously as he nonchalantly looks on. I absolutely loved the expression on his face, of mild irritation. And of course the taveez is naturally attracted to its eventual home on his lean, taut chest. I'm sorry, is this going off topic?

Anyhow so Geet continues to run, until her dupatta gets caught on something. This was an interesting moment as we know how important Geet's dupatta is to her in the context of her family. Losing her dupatta is no less than a heinous crime, from what we saw in the first and second episode and to her, when she is in a vulnerable state, being chased by the goons, she is even more reluctant to go without it. Her refusal to leave it behind and continue running causes her to fall into the lake and causes the dupatta itself to land neatly on the head of this so far unidentified hottie, whose default expression seems to be that of mild irritation. The indifferent Apollo finally deigns to help a drowning girl when she can no longer help herself and thus the best scene ever, no I mean EVER, came into being.

I have sort of always wondered why Geet kept screaming bachao after she had been taken out of the water by two muscular arms. I guess its because it could actually be one of the gundas who caught her, she doesn't know she has been saved as they are still in pretty deep water, or she is in a somewhat semi-conscious state due to the low temperature of the water and her shock at falling in that she just keeps repeating the same word. I think Maan's "chup" (aside from making me go weak at the knees) sort of reoriented her and she realised where she was. I absolutely LOVE the way he drops her when they get back to shore, it's not a heartless drop from a high level or anything, just a gentle plop onto the ground. And the way he throws her her dupatta sort of shows that he wants to get rid of her and any traces of her. Sorry, Maan, not happening!

Wow, I guess this was the first glimpse of Geet's persistence and her never say die attitude. The girl just would not take no for an answer, and why should she when she had everything to lose in this situation? When Maan refused to take her home and she just hi-jacked his jeep, it was hilarious and completely badass! I think at that moment, Maan had the faintest trace of respect for her and also he realised that he wasn't getting rid of this creature unless he bodily dropped her off where she wanted to go. Checkmate, Geet.

I loved the irony that while all this was happening with Geet, Darjee was saying she had no brains! And again the irony struck me when I realised that once again Geet was being blamed for an unfortunate series of events that was beyond her control. Have any of the times she has been punished involved her doing anything wrong? Not really! I guess in retrospect this is foreshadowing of her being blamed for the biggest crime done against her by Dev. Also, the interlude about the bus with Brij, puts Geet's current situation into perspective, that is how much she is putting herself out there compared to what is expected of her. It is interesting how she is being completely scandalous from her family's perspective, but at the same time, completely meek in Maan's.

I absolutely loved the juxtaposition of Maan and Geet on the one hand and the men who control her life on the other. This scene sort of shows how Maan is different from all of these men who Geet has been exposed to in her life. When they abandon her, he helps her, though reluctantly, his rash driving makes her almost fall out of the jeep but he catches her. He expects her to be an individual and not some faceless member of a large family and as the latter she causes great friction with his personality, ultimately resulting in her ousting from the jeep. More than anything else, I think in the jeep ride with Geet, Maan is annoyed by her cowed attitude and her whining about her family. Somehow the fear and concern for her family irks him, perhaps because family is such a sensitive topic for him, which he doesn't really like to think about, and why he spends days on end in the forest, alone.  In a way he sort of preaches what he has learnt to her and his selfish, loner attitude rubs off on her just a little. Later on, her selfless family-oriented attitude rubs off on him but for now the first influence is Maan's on Geet and his little sermon about self-sufficiency sets her on the tumultuous journey we all know she faces.

Finally, we get to see another glimpse of Darjee's unending devotion to hierarchies and the social system they live under. Geet now "belongs" to Dev so Dev's judgment on her behaviour overrides Darjee and Brij's. While Geet is embroiled within this system, her only saviour from oppression is marriage. However, Maan's ideology brings an entirely new force into her life, one that will help her yank herself out of this vicious cycle of male dependence.

That sneaky taveez! Wink

Sorry if my analysis seems a bit all over the place. I wrote it in bits over the course of the day and there is just so much to say! Big smile



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Episode 12:

OOO Maaan!!!!.EmbarrassedEmbarrassedEmbarrassed If I had to describe him in just 2 words HOT and ATTITUDE and of course hot because of the attitude as well. EmbarrassedWhen Geet was escaping from the goons and bumped into him and he pushes her off and drinks soda I am sure she was like" Oh my this one is scarier."ShockedMy tape today is stuck at the Maan Geet water and tent scenes. First time in the last 11 episodes have I seen the scenes more than once. Of course thats the magic of Maan and Geet sharing screen space. Dil sach much garden garden ho gaya.Big smile Maan himself looks so young in these scenes with the light stubble that suits him more than a more hairy one. Being shirtless is not new for GC because as Ram he was shirtless the whole time he was on screen but Maan partially or completely unclothed is so much more.EmbarrassedEmbarrassedEmbarrassedBeing a married woman I am not sure how many sins I am raking up but I plead not guilty on account of Maan being sinfully hot.Wink
 And Geet in his presence completely morphs from a shy, quite, demure girl to a brave, resourceful and talkative girl not even worried about asking help from and travelling along with a paraya mardh even though she, I am sure, knows the consequence if she were seen with him.

Regarding yesterday's discussion about why Maan didn't help Geet when the goons were chasing her but helped her later.I wanted to see the episode properly before I gave my opinion. I felt that though he was not openly challenging the goons and did push Geet off him, he did not actually walk away but his uncaring attitude and the fact that he looked equally scary made Geet run away from there even before he had a fair chance to react.
Also his dialogue later that she should learn to be independent or she will remain scared throughout her life also shows why he did not actively protect her. If the goons had tried something funny with Geet then his action or lack thereof would have been something to think about. But thankfully before any such thing happens our chaltha firtha disaster falls into the lake.And to his defence he did hang around for the dupatta to have found him. So maybe he was looking out for the girl in his own backseat way. But a drowning person is not that easily ignored.And like Jyothi said yesterday she is really helpless. I am sure he did not want someone's death on his conscience.

And what follows is just poetry in action. ClapThough the episode video is not that clear but from what I have seen in various HD VMs the backdrop and scenery is just amazing and the way they come out of water is plain out of the world as far as daily soaps go. It even manages to beat many movies. And Man's gorgeous backEmbarrassedEmbarrassed and the way he does not once look at Geet when he is carrying her and then literally throws her down and then goes on to finish his drink like nothing happened was …...u guessed it right HOT.Wink

.Our Geet is no less. It was really cute to watch her annoyingly go behind Maan asking for help. Though at this time both are complete strangers the spark between them is just  as electric and air around them has already started sizzling.Heart
And when he refuses to help, the resourceful Geet eyes the jeep. She thinks driving car is the same as riding a scooter. And again Maan unwillingly comes to her rescue. And we get to see the rippling muscles of our own He-Man.I am not for men treating women badly but Maan's attitude in the way he drops Geet on the floor,throws the dupatta on her, almost manhandles her into the jeep and then roughly pulls her back when she almost falls off the jeep was just so different and hot.EmbarrassedEmbarrassedI am sure if someone were keeping a tab on the number of times the word "hot" appears in my write up they would have given up a ling time ago.Big smile

I can see why people were excited about the ML track though it was not actually favoured. They thought they can get to see this cool AYM back but somehow Maan after ML seemed mean rather than a person with an attitude. Maybe because by then we as viewers had a lot of emotional baggage with respect to Maan and Geet and so could not put up with the way he treated Geet.

Oh yeah. I guess Daarji Brij and the irritating Dev were there in the episode, weren't they? They simply didn't register in my Maan filled brain. And of course it was funnily ironic to see Brij boasting that women of their family do not travel with strange men on their own and they show Geet doing exactly thatLOL.Fortunately for Geet, she irritates Maan with her innocence, easy banter and good heart enough for him to abandon her midway before she is found by her family. And we get to hear the first time Maan advices Geet to be strong and independent for her sake.The tabeez finds its rightful ownerSmile and Geet is shown sandwiched between the two men. I am sure the first time it was shown there would have been quite a discussion on who should and will actually marry Geet. I am already disappointed that Maan is not shown in the precap but the aunt does ask some relevant questions about passport and visa to Pammi. Just because they are from a village does not mean they are ignorant fools Pammiji. I am sure clever NT pulls her out of this soup.
 
Of course no need to mention. The best episode so far.Big smile

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My Take on Episode no 12 Embarrassed

 
 
The episode which made me a Maaneet fan forever ...the episode which made me go nuts over this one bangable guy called Maan Singh Khurana(even though we dint knew his name that timeTongue) ...the episode which made me fall in love emotionally with this show ...the episode which made me go OMG OMG OMG After a long time for a daily soap ...the episode which just changed everything ...
 
 
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Like I said in yesterday's episode take ,this mystry guy was different from rest of the men Embarrassed ;Every Man will try to show his macho side by saving the damsel in distress from the goons but this guy just pushed the girl back watching those goons chasing her but he just does not care because he knew that the girl is capable enough to help her own self without any help if she wants ...He went for this girl's rescue only when that dupatta falls on his head and he sees that she is really helpless this time EmbarrassedEmbarrassed ;But even then once he saves her from drowning ,he does not show any concern or fake sympathy for her but simply throws her on the ground ,then throws the dupatta on her face and walks away in style with his coke can Cool ...
 
 
GC's entry as the mystry man in this episode has to b the most unique entry ever on television EmbarrassedEmbarrassed...we hv hardly seen a hero just pushing away the girl and watching the goons chase her while he just enjoys his coke ShockedShockedLOL...My first reaction was like what a jerk he is ..but damn he is hot too LOLLOL..and when that dupatta falls on his head later ,thats the first piece of symbolism in the show indicating that he wants it or not but her honour will b in his hand now as this is babaji's wish and then we see him saving her from drowning and giving back the dupatta to her EmbarrassedEmbarrassed ;The camera and direction was just perfect in this entire scene the way GC's side profile was captured when he is taking off the dupatta from his head and looking at her drowning and when he is shown jumping into the river or when he comes out of water carrying her in his arms ,water splashing and he saying his first word "Chup" to her with his sexyy voice EmbarrassedEmbarrassedEmbarrassed ..everything was just perfectly executed StarStarStarStarStar... Both GC-DD looked perfect with each other thus giving rise to one of the most sizzling on-screen chemistry of the decade StarStarStarStarStarStar...
 
 
This scene was following by Geet and Maan's another round of confrontation near the tent where this mystry guy was staying Tongue ;The fact that Maan is a loner and hates people around him was clearly indicated in this episode itself when he rudely asks Geet to get the hell out of there as he does not care how she reaches home Ouch ;In fact I felt somewhere his eyes looked a bit attracted towards Geet's innocent beauty and so he was extra rude with her since he hated emotions WinkOuch...But Geet was also determined to get out from that place and so he tries his Jeep and messes it up badly thus forcing Maan to give her a lift finally LOLLOL ;But the moment Geet sees blood coming out of his hand and tries to put her dupatta on it ,Maan stops the car and asks her to get out of it since he hated someone showing sympathy on his wounds and this is what made us curious to know about his past which unfortunately CVs never showed us and we never knew what made Maan so bitter and negative in life Ouch...
 
 
A very important dialogue was given by Maan in the end when he tells Geet that unless she helps her own self ,noone can really help her and nothing will change in her life ever ClapClapClap ;This dialogue gave rise to a new determined Geet who later learned to fight her own battles with courage and determination and also change her destiny which was written by her shrewed family StarStarStarStar ;So it wont b wrong to say that its this mystry man in her life who gave her the courage to build up her own identity and fight her own battles EmbarrassedEmbarrassed
 
 
One of the best episodes of GHSP with perfect direction ,camerawork ,locations ,dialogues and awesome acting display by GC-DD ClapClapClapClapClap


Edited by jyoti06 - 10 January 2012 at 9:58am

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@Samana:I think Geet was in a very vulnerable state when MSK picked her in his arms from the water ...she was facing such kind of situation for the first time where she is all alone without her family and she knew nothing about self-defence or swimming Ouch..so its the natural reaction of nonstop shouting "bachao bachao" in fear as thats the only way of her self-defence where she alwas expects someone to come and help her out Ouch

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@Paro: I really liked your point about Maan not really having time to react the first time Geet approached him for help. The moment was frozen for us, because it was Maan's epic entry scene but in reality she barely clung to him for a few seconds before she concluded that help wasn't coming from that direction and continued running. Maybe he would have helped her if he had had a minute to fully get the situation and saving her from the lake was just that. That is a very interesting perspective, different from the one we have been discussing but equally, if not more, possible as it makes a lot of sense.

@Jyo: I like that explanation a lot. When she is in trouble her first and only instinct is to shout for someone to save her rather than to do anything herself. Even though driving the jeep was an independent action, she reverted back to her bachaos the moment she was in trouble again and Maan had to come to her rescue. She is yet to learn and yet to be inspired to stand up for herself and not ask for help, as we see her doing in scenes such as the one after KH.

@Z: Thanks for posting your analysis today! I wish I was there for this too but this little recreation of ours will have to do for now. And after taking apart this episode I can safely say, I am sucked deeper into the vortex, if that was even possible. Wacko

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Best Episode so far, the main reason for me to start watching Geet is coz of Maan.
And without him, the episodes were incomplete and boring though very interesting and lot going on.It still lacked something, but today its complete with him on the screen..
The episode stars of with Geet bumping into Maan, wow what an attitude, he did show surprise and indifference in one look. EmbarrassedAnd the look he gave Geet when she starts running was awesome too.It was like whatever who cares...
And then the dupatta falling on him and he saving Geet from water is hottt..I really want to know how many takes were taken for that particular shot to get it perfect. Coz we know it was deifinitely not one take, if you closely observe hand positions and voice etc...
Anyways, he saves and drops her like dirt on the floor and continues with his business.
And she goes to the tent searching for him, and when she lays her hand on his, the look he gives her was as if he wants to burn her alive for touching him.
"And tumne suna nahi" dialogues entry...I didnt know the dialogue came in this early in the serial.
The way he stops the Jeep was ufff..And the way he pulls her and forces her to sit in Jeep was so hotttEmbarrassed.Sorry, I dont know what to write as I just coming back to Hottt
And then finally she asks her to buzz off from the Jeep as he was tired of her bak bak.. Geet here didnt seem to think today, she started driving the Jeep without knowing where the brakes are
, and normally a very shy girl who hardly speaks starts yapping a lot.. Looks like she was in shock that her family left her alone followed by goon attack, so she was just trying to get back to the family hook or crook


And rest of the episode no comments...

Cant wait to watch the next episode when we can see Maan again, but I guess it wont come that fast

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@Samana
Agree, its just a small try to recreate what has been lost..But it is definitely pulling us more into it with these analyses. I never watched a scene with this much of perspective before..

P.S. Talkin about Maan is a never ending drooling session...So no complaints thereEmbarrassed

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@ Samana Thank you for posting the episode and saving me from a coronary. I was so impatient and like that little bunny you see sometimes in ads which is like popping up every 1/2 a second I was coming on IF to see if the episode was posted so I could post mine and read everyone else's takes.Big smile
 
@ ZsterMG Can't blame you for doing the 12th episode analysis first. The episode itself is so analysis worthy and when I saw your post and I could not see what was posted earlier I was like "Oh man! Samana already posted the episode and everyone has started posting their take already?" I was so impatient. We both can blame our hottie Maan for it.LOL
 
@ Jyohi Yes the episode is indeed very special and you were right to have waited for Samana to post it.
 
@ Samana and Jyoti On Geet yeling - I think Jyoti is right. Also I think though yelling for help was her natural reaction I don't think she was actually expecting someone to help and though Maan did get her out of the water I think it took her sometime to actually register that she was being helped.
 
A CHUP BILKUL CHUP would have been a double whammy. But I'll wait for that too.Smile
 
Will catch the rest of the takes later. ciao.
 
 

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