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3 scenes that stood out for me yesterday in order of sequence:
That heartbreaking moment in the dance sequence when Lavanya realized that ASR is definitely at the point of no return. Till that time she still nurtured a faint hope that he may change his mind at the last moment given how caring and conscious he had become of her feelings and emotions. She kept glimpsing now and then and took some courage when she saw that he was still focused on her and there was a tiny glimmer of hope still in her heart that he may change his mind at the last moment, that maybe just maybe a miracle was still possible. But then when KKG entered his frame of vision he faltered for a second in his mission and involuntarily lost his perspective and thought of her and got drawn to KKG instead (I loved the way the his eyes automatically lost control at that point and I do not mean it in a juvenile Rabba Ve moment but more a subconscious spontaneous uncontrollable instant) and I think that is when La knew beyond a shadow of a doubt that he was is definitely not into her and was in love with another. I loved the way the 3 faces were in juxtaposition- one sadly accepting and having to let go, one emotionally confused and unsure and one suddenly experiencing involuntary emotional loss of control and openly showing out the inner feelings.Secondly -When the news of the engagement being called off is broken everyone reacts with shock whispers and painful looks but KKG's father was the only one who nodded his head in affirmation as if to say he expected it- almost as if he knew what the reason actually was.
nice analysis...loved both the points...they were so subtle...infact people are still confused about the first point u made...but i agree with you totally..
also for the second point...when Arnav had come to Khushi's house on diwali night to return the purse...and when garima offered him sweets, Khushi, as usual, said that he isn't suppose to eat sweets...that time also they showed Shashi's expression...and it seemed that he realized that there is something going on between them...ofcourse he knows his daughter so well...better then Garima and Payal i guess
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Thank you for your lovely words and yes while he and we the viewers know it she still has yet to come to terms with what happened and is naturally judging under the prism of that experience. Probably when she is able to come to terms with what happened then she will be able to move on and see things more clearly
Thank you for your lovely compliment. Her adopted father I think is the only one who can actually see, understand and read her very well and I doubt even her biological father were he alive may not have been that astute. I must appreciate the CV's who chose to highlight this dimension in a character who is not her actual father ,especially in a society where another man's child is considered a burden and to show him love some one else's own daughter as his own, if not more is something noteworthy. But then these out of the box ideas was the reason I started to watch soap a like this
Now I am really happy Thank you!
Thank you and yes I agree reading the different takes of the episode makes it all the more fun.
Hello and welcome and thank you for your nice words
I think Anjs has addressed that issue nicely in her reply in this post but let me also add that while her father may be temporarily paralyzed his observational powers are not and he is the one man in her life who knows exactly what is going through her- her actions her reactions and her reasoning. He would have seen the currents/tension/ caring and empathy between the 2 and put 2 and 2 together.
Well Khushi brought in her own conservative rationale to their relationship and if La truly believed that marriage was not what she was interested in then she would not have allowed Khushi to test her convictions so easily and given in so quickly. She must have wanted the cache of being his Mrs but just did not know the ways and ends to pursue and achieve that goal which Khushi was more than willing to show. Sadly in the end Lavanya was collateral damage and ASR ( and to some extent KKG too) has a long way to go before he/she is truly absolved. But he is very much on his way there and we know that KKG's intentions are always good no matter how badly misplaced
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Thank you so much for your vote of confidence and warm words. The one thing I admire about you and the others is that all of you diligently and conscientiously write every single day and that is something I am not able to do owing to various reasons. I take it for granted that I will read your synopsis post show and never once have you failed nor the others which is really something to be truly appreciated and respected. I love the various tidbits that you also throw in during the course of the day. Makes my day pun intended
Thank you and yes she is inherently a do-gooder which is also going to be her downfall one of these days
You have raised some excellent points about her father which I think will help clarify those who are still puzzled over his action
Thank you and may I return the compliment by saying I do so enjoy reading your various posts.
I agree and I think it was a deliberate move on the part of the CV's to keep the story going through twists and turns
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