Posted: 05 May 2015 at 9:35am | IP Logged
I do not know what you people are trying to achieve here. By making Malavika possessive lover, Ishaan ignorant, Aaliya lovestruck and of course brought in Veer to make it a love square or circle.
Why are you complicating the relationships by making people fall in love with one another for no purpose?
If you wanted to show that after break ups patch ups are possible then fine please do that, But making Aaliya fall in love with Ishaan to bring in love triangle and spoiling their healthy friendship is something that I object to. If going from the latest promos Aaliya avoiding Ishaan like a plague is something which is beyond my comprehension.
I am working woman and also have experienced healthy friendships with men who are actually married and have kids and many of us also have relationships. We do not go avoiding them nor their girlfriends or wives become over-possessive. Even if their wives or girlfriends are in same office.
You simply spoiled the USP of the show which is the office friendship that emerged by making Malavika insecure and possessive which I think went against the initial character sketch you painted.
Now with the help being asked from Veer if we go by promos and making him like Aaliya maybe out of guilt conscience or something else and bringing in love squares and circles, why are you complicating relationships.
In real lives relationships are not so complicated and very rarely you come across love squares and love triangles in real life. Ordinary mortals like us have simple relationships and there is beauty in the simple relationship. So for once show some simplicity and straight forwardness and stop going the other serials route. We are not interested to see any part 2 s of any serial
Please do not spike up the spice in love story, but as the title goes the USP of the show is how the doctors deal and balance between personal self and professional self to allow zindagi to win.
So let zindagi win.
And others please feel free to disagree with me
Edited by dsupriya - 05 May 2015 at 9:37am