Posted: 24 January 2012 at 12:54pm | IP Logged
Originally posted by Ameres
Talking about reactions, just this thought came how would Thakur react when he sees Phulwa alive back at haveli that too with Abhay on her side. Of course he will be maha angry but he cant show that in front of Abhay...so how will he react before him?
On the kidnapping morning he was being so mahan and said how she should be ok and talked about humanity and all. So would he show his fake concern for her even now?
I'm guessing he will do that to take suspicion off him. But still it would be interesting to see it. Because how he reacts will determine Abhays reaction too i feel.
Like if Thakur shows that he is happy then Abhay will also be happy and will openly show his care towards Phulwa but if Thakur continues to be that Thakur showing how Phulwa is a tension for him than Abhay will try to keep distance from her.
And im maybe totally wrong...but just a thought.
It's been whirring around my mind for a while too.
Absolutely agree on both points, in order to throw suspicion off himself he can't openly be against Phulwa, yet something tells me Abhay isn't likely to move around the house being so open about his love either - the Thakur did tell him his concern for Phulwa is due to humanity but they still share enmity.
Ohhh and what about all these goons? Will they confess that Thakur made them want to kill Phulwa? I'm pretty sure Abhay'll rebuff it, but still, hearing it from people other than Phulwa would be interesting to him...
So I'm guessing Thakur will put on the whole "I am glad she's safe act" (after suffering a massive heart attack at her return) but remind Abhay that he cannot get too attached to her?
And what about Thakur-Phulwa interactions now? She's probably figured out he's behind it all and might gloat about Abhay being on her side and all...Sigh poor Abhay. Caught in between love for his dad and love for his wife.
Guess we'll have to wait till next month to find out on account that these two would be spending at least a week at the shelter