Posted: 04 May 2015 at 11:56am | IP Logged
In this short span of time Swaragini has made a special space in all out hearts with it's exquisite plot and perfection in portrayal but then the word flawless doesn't apply here; the plot has...a MAJOR flaw.
Even though Swara and Ragini are both protoganist yet their they have different persona, they are exactly poles apart. If one is bold, out-spoken and vivacious naughtly, the other is shy, timid at times and innocently value-rooted. Mark Innocent.
Every human trait has certain elastic limit beyond which if stretched it breaks...it hold true for the trait Innocent as well. I'm utterly disappointed by the extent of exploitation of this word in the show, specially Ragini. I admit that she is the most naively innocent character who apparently sees the positive aspect of everything even if they hurt her and holds her values firm even if they are incorrect and this is where things turn wrong. We aren't living in the 60s or 80s, are we? The extent of Ragini's obliviousness is utterly irking.
A boy denies your love rudely hurting your emotions yet you overlook it cause your granny tells you that he didn't meant it... OK! ACCEPTED. You present your heart to the same person the second time and he again crushes it but you are in denial cause you still think he harbours something for you?? Like seriously?? --- However innocent a person might be but no one can be this much naive to build hopes on a shattered foundation twice.
Respecting elders is a very good manner and a genuinely humble trait, I admit. But blindly placing your trust in your elders when you know how much sinister one can be and specifically when they ploy to hurt your parents is something off-setting... Dadi has been with Ragini throughout her childhood so her trusting Dadi is a sure thing and not believing Swara is ok, undoubtedly, but turning deaf ears to her only cause you respect your Dadi... It pinched me. Tell me again in which century do we live??
The CVs should work on Ragini's character and bring out the best in her rather than exploiting her naive trait and obliviousness to her immediate surrounding to an extent where things are hard to believe. Over-dose of everything is hazardous.
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