Posted: 21 December 2011 at 8:24pm | IP Logged
Originally posted by somzz007
Originally posted by tanthya
Originally posted by somzz007Yup am asking you guys felt the same as me?
Did the chemistry between the leads fizzle out in the bathroom scene?? I admit it was damn funny !! But do we need a funny scene just off a intense scene? Y are CVs think its mandatory to show child-like Khushi after a tear jerking (Sbk2 style) scene.
So the pattern between the leads are..
K: I blah blah...Tears tears.. A: Khushiii...
K:He he he he he he ...Bolo Bolo... A:
When they do get a scene like the bathroom scene,Y was there no passion?Ok if its too early for Rabba Ve (which I understand), Why is Arnav turning into such a softie? I would prefer a no-nonsense shushing of child-like antics of Khushi. Or has the petition for ASR to turn Softie bear accepted??
6 months on ,is it wrong of me to expect a decent conversation between the leads ,like we all have in normal life? ?
M disagreeing with u here.. The actors had lots of chemistry..that comic scene would have come to naught had there been no chemistry, understanding ..
What seems to be the issue is that both look fatigued and the synergy is missing ... They need some time off for them to recoup themselves..
Bathroom scene did not require Passion, it required comedy which was in ample display ..second they are at square one..with both aware that that the other is single but unaware whether they hold any special place in others hearts ..when they begin to sort out their messed up feelings..U will get ur passion, ..
Another habit of this forum is ..based on 2 sec precap..One builds a whole castle and this inevitably leads to crashing disappointment..
Nope You are not getting my point. Its the CVs path of not closing an issue. From the beginning its the same. They have an intense scene which is soon forgotten and is followed by unnecessary childishness. If they wanted a bathroom scene maybe it could have been a romantic one at a later date not just off a broken engagement fiasco. I appreciate good comedy but Khushi's childishness is kind of getting to my nerves.That too after an intense day ..
My point is to sort out their messed up feelings needs a good conversation.. Like the one when they spoke about their parents..
The Cv's are not closing an issue bec the time has not yet come for it...the incomplete issues will slowly pile up, deepen the dormant feelings ..Did we expect the broken marriage statement of Payal in the cafe ..No, Na.. but it was the trigger which pushed Arnav into accepting and initiating the alliance of PAYASH...Similarly the incomplete intense scenes will come up to prolong the journey, to find the understanding
The intense scene are forgotten as part of their coping mechanism ... both are battered souls and both shie away from any relationship which may end in the loved one being lost...Their way of combating such intense feeling is to go aggressively normal n pretend it neevr happened ..which is what the CV's are showing..It is about how this 2 individuals overcome this fear, throw away the shell n embrace the love that is being dealt with right now..
As for Khushi's childishness.. she is a girl who bounces back , smiling, grinning all the way..the intense the pain, the bigger her smile ...greater her need to feel everything is normal... contrast this feeling with ASR who was still concerned and considerate about Lavanya ...Khushi did get serious when Arnav relates the phone call of Lavanya .. she was not fooling around then.. in Short Khushi knows when she has to be quiet/serious ...if fooling around, indulging in silly antics is her way of coming to terms..So be it..
Post the Diwali/tips..They have regressed back and have to build up the strong emotions ..until then any intense conversation will be out of place..