Posted: 07 May 2015 at 3:37pm | IP Logged
Heya, lovely folks. My name is Aahana and this is my first topic on this forum
First of all let me say that like everyone else here, I'm loving this beautiful show. So refreshing and real.
I just LOVE LOVE LOVE the friendship between Neil and Samaira. Gosh, these two are just so cute. The way Neil is always looking out for her. So adorable. I just totally love him. He's so fun, witty and super cute
The super duper hot, handsome and intensely mysterious Arjun is so intriguing. Loving his character but at times he's scary too lol I mean I hope he doesn't hurt Sam.
Initially Radhika felt okay okay to me but her character is becoming very very likeable as the story is progressing. Love Neil and Chashni already
All this aside, I read some comments on how can Samaira trust Arjun so easily despite being so smart and all that and I totally agree with this pov. One shouldn't be falling in love with a total stranger like this but I'd like to share my two cents here. I noticed something about Sam and that is the fact that she doesn't really like going home. I remember in Rishikesh where we actually saw her being happy and when she and her idiot got drunk she said that she didn't feel like returning home. Even when she returned to Mumbai she kept roaming around for so long before going home and getting scolded by her mom. She was also so quick to leave home and move in with Neil even if it was just for two days and now we don't really know where she's staying at the moment but I feel this is all coz of the fact that she feels deprived of love. Deprived of something so important in her life - Love from her mother. Her mother has been punishing her for a crime she never really committed. Piyali doesn't talk to her properly, taunts her all the time, insults her in front of everyone and her mother's this bitterness never really lets Sam forget that fateful night when she lost her brother and her once happy family life ended up in shambles and precisely that is why I feel Sam managed to trust the charming Arjun so easily. She's a girl desperately seeking some love and she clearly hasn't been finding it in a place where she rightfully should be, her own family. I've personally seen few cases in my life where love deprived kids have gone astray trying to seek love somewhere outside the family. These kids are so hungry for love that they fall for all the sweet words uttered by a stranger, never really thinking about his/her intention. I honestly do believe that this is what happens when kids don't get sufficient love and understanding from within the family they try to find it somewhere outside and get trapped.
Yes, Sam's dad loves her but even at the end of the day he advices her young, broken soul to understand her mom and try and find her and not vice versa. Shouldn't he be advising his wife or at least take her to some shrink so that she would be able to move on from that tragic moment and finally be able to see that she still has her one child?
I will stop now since my post is becoming too long but my only point is that Sam is a girl who was deprived of love when she needed it the most and that is why when a stranger like Arjun showers her with sweet words, dreamy and intriguing lines she can't help but fall for his charms or should I say traps? No doubt she receives a lot of love, care and understanding from Neil but is it enough for a broken girl who's so full with guilt, regret, sadness and loneliness? I believe not and I really hope whatever plans Arjun has, he doesn't hurt her for she's already so hurt that she feels she has nobody in this world.