Posted: 06 May 2015 at 1:08am | IP Logged
I jotted down my two cents to this in another post but I will paste it here since it is the main post regarding that issue
Malvika is the parallel lead of the show and a positive character.. I dont think they will go the same way again.. In sanjeevani they had shown conservative families-- juhi never wore anything other than salwars.. the female characters were typical bahu material..
There is a modern element here.. like the leads dont stick to one particular type of clothing. Secondly Aliya getting famously with Ishaans mom. There is no family drama in the making here.. Malvikas jealousy too is kind off justifiable.. But she has always been fair to Aliya professionally- giving her credit where it is due.
As far as the Ishaan Veer Aliya triangle exists, if Ishaan and Aliya are a pair and they just go for each other-- soon there will be no mystery element in the show. You cant go on with episode after episode of companionship and solving cases without getting bored.
As far as Aliya and Veer too, the story will unfold for itself and I doubt if Ishaan will turn negative.. Cant be very sure about Veer but they have shown a strength of character in him and hopefully he will stay that way.
So whether you are a Alishaan fan, VeerYa fan or a IshVika fan... hang in there for a while
More than Sanjeevani, I think they are trying to pull off greys anatomy here.. With the voice overs at the beginning and at the end, with the complicated relationships.. and I guess break ups and patch ups, a love can come again kind of approach other than the traditional "first love is always the last love and loving another after him is a crime"
In this show both Malvika and Aliya are positive characters.. Because the tag line of the show is Dil ka Magic, Ya Medicine Ka Logic Aliya depicting the heart and Malvika the head...
As far as Ishaan and Veer are concerned, Ishaan is obviously the lead and they have shown a possible chemistry between Veer and Malvika as well.. As of now I feel they are confusing the audience..
Edited by aashti - 06 May 2015 at 1:09am