Posted: 06 April 2012 at 10:37am | IP Logged
Originally posted by XlolnehalolX
Originally posted by Opti
Zee, your spoiler has only made me more depressed about the show. If he is going to realise the truth at the end of 6 months, it really means Arnav has no brains. The dumbo needs 6 months to see Khushi is innocent when the truth is staring on his face in terms of glaring inconsistencies? They have already shown us that these two are married for nearly 2 months and yesterday Arnav says that she has to tolerate him for 6 months. So does that mean they are still at the start of the six months even after torturing us for 2 months?
The MU itself is on shaky grounds and to use this stupid MU to stretch the show seems plain laziness on the part of the CVs to me. So they give us crap for the next 6 months (in serial terms) and then another six months for Khushi to forgive Arnav? I don't think they will have many viewers left when Arshi romance kicks off finally. I wouldn't consider the stray Rabba Ves as sign of romance. In fact it kills the romance as long as Arnav keeps thinking that Khushi is a two-timer.
Don't they have enough meat to carry them through if the MU clears? We still have not been given an inkling of Arnav's past. Anjali's reaction to the whole Shyam matter and how Arshi help her cope with it itself can be another track. Separating the leads is not the only thing that works in soaps.
As to make things worse for Arnav so that he can get wild with regret later on again sounds like a silly excuse. Has he not done enough already for him to feel deep remorse? He has forcefully married Khushi and abandoned her to the admonishment of their families. He made her sleep outdoor for a whole month in winter without any sign of regret (except for the first night). He has squashed all her happiness every time she tried to bounce back. Don't you think this warrants a wild breakdown?
I would have preferred if they had shown Arnav's mind constantly doubting what he sees and what he knows. His mind and heart should be battling it out with a lot of introspection and he tries to get to the bottom of it. It is OK to see him getting misled from time to time but that nagging doubt should linger in his mind. Even after he realises the truth, he should be unable to come clean because he is ashamed to let her know that he was wrong ( the big ego factor) and also because he fears losing her. So he softens towards her and tries to woo her back. Khushi too gives in and they can commence the romance track. When things become too cozy, Shyam strikes again and lets Khushi know that Arnav has a problem of trust. He never trusts her and all his so-called lover like action is to trap Khushi in a vortex of emotions for in his mind he blames her for his sister's problem. That can distance Khushi from him because she knows from her past experience with him that Arnav always acts erratically. She may be unable to rebuild that trust in him after being hurt so many times. Arnav can then go wild with regret and then his ego can be shown to really crumble as he accepts that in love one has to surrender oneself completely and there is no room for mistrust or ego. A glimpse into his past can help Khushi understand Arnav better and ultimately forgive him.
DUDE!!!! What an idea!! Love it to bits!!! Please someone send it to the f**king retarded CVs!!!!! This is amazing, the story would progress slowly but successfully...PERFECT!!!
Really - the CVs need to read this. If they can't think of this, then I am sad to say, they aren't CREATIVE enough!
There are 1000s of ways to,streeetccchhh the length of a show... But what's the use stretching if there won't be audience left? And new shows are coming everyday, so people are here today and gone tomorrow...unless you are a lusty tween who dreams of a bare chested Barun everyday.