Originally posted by vita93
First reactions first, in chronological order of course.
I actually thought that in the last scene, the blurry red thing behind Abhay was Thakurayn. But then, it's meant to be a Phulwa-Abhay scene only so it's probably not so.
But I'm still glad that he understands that Thakurayn has come to terms with Phulwa as well.
Dr. Love is backkk! Yay! I really found it funny when she said 'Phulwa really needs you right now Abhay.' Um ok so love and care is important but...hello! She is dying and needs medical attention. If Abhay has to do everything than aap kis dard ki duwa hain?
OMG yesss! That's exactly what my mum told me too! She was like, if the doctornee is outside then who's tending to her inside? And uhh yeah I mean sure she needs him but as you said, somehow I'd put a bit more hope into your meds keeping her alive as opposed to just Abhay's undying love.
True, too much emotional drama for one epi. But im glad he is realizing his mistakes first.
I think the possibility of her death forced him to admit it out straight. I mean all these days, it was just playing in his mind, the way he humiliated her and everything. I guess desperation has it's own powers, that forced him to kneel down and accept all of it. He couldn't have moved on if he didn't acknowledge he was wrong.
When he told them to leave i was stunned. Then i was smiling to myself because i liked the authority in his voice but then i reminded myself its an emotional scene stop smiling!
I was actually wondering how on earth both of them left the room before watching the scene and after he barked at them to leave I was like, ooh nice one.
Though I think that's the part I started to melt a little because he looked so shell-shocked - pure denial.
His facial expressions were so real, I really started crying. He's fallen so low he doesn't know how to get back up anymore...
OUCH! that hurts probably because its so true...
The way he said that he is not even worth forgiveness i was like...no dont say that! It hurt sooo much.
And when he started laughing i thought ok so he really has lost it this time. But then the emotional rant...But honestly i wasnt expecting him to go on about it like this.
But im glad he didnt say anything about love as such and i guess CVs played it safe with bringing in truth and justice and Abhays repentance rather than talking about love cuz that would have been...odd?
I know right! I really didn't know what he would say, but when he started off with the very beginning, how after so many attempts he managed to win her heart and went on...it seemed like the first time he was admitting out straight to her everything he had done. And I thought he would simply stop at apologising to her but when he moved on to talk about her fight for the truth...
As you said, it's best to show his overburdened guilt and his talk about truth and justice because in essence, that's really what Abhay is about. He's not exactly the epitome of love as much as he considers himself the upholder of justice - in fact all of what he did was out of duty for good than just love. And it's possibly the most significant thing that by his own standards, she's currently so high up in his eyes he feels belittled next to her for having tried to break her.
CVs should take a hand on this one - Abhay can only truly love those whom he believes is right, and once he starts to believe that about her, is the only way he can love her wholeheartedly:D
LOL sigh ranting again.