Posted: 14 May 2015 at 11:39pm | IP Logged
Originally posted by krishy13
Originally posted by EkPaheli
This is Ishita aunty to Ishimaa track for Adi... also dont forget he has yet to call Raman as 'papa' when they converse he refers to him as Papa true, but whenever they speak Adi has kept it to Aap and not called him dad or papa...which will happen as we know because of Ishita. A scene between Ishita and Raman a long time ago gave it away even though we knew it already, when Raman said he would call me papa one day and it would be because of you...unless he accepts Ishita as his mom, she cant make him call Raman as 'Papa' - this is about Ishita' words to Mani in her clinic coming true when she said one day her family with Raman would be complete, Adi would be with them as Ruhi is...[/DIV]
I love that you brought this up because while I have loved seeing Adi fit into the Bhallas...I still feel he has a lot of issues with his dad.
He knows his dad loves him now, but I'm sure as a tween...I would question why it looked like my dad abandoned me. I actually loved the confrontation scene between Raman & Adi post bachelor party kaand bc that was one of the most real & raw moments of the father-son relationship.
We have seen Adi feel abandoned by his mom & to some degree even the Bhallas during the child swap track. So I feel there is a lot more left to his character to understand.
He's accepted Ishita as his father's wife & he has accepted that his father has moved on...but has he accepted these two whole heartedly yet? The movie about their love story was his way of showing that he understood his mother and father can't be together, but I don't think that equals he fully accepted their role in his life.I really like that Adi feels conflicted & guilty about leaving his mother, and I don't want him to fully hate Shagun. He spent the majority of his life with her and we see her as selfish, 1D vamp...but nothing will change the fact she is his mother.
She isn't Ruhi's mother in any sense bc she abandoned her so early on, but for Adi - she spent even 5% of her brainpower & time on Adi. So I think it will be beautiful to see Adi balance Ishima & his mom bc as we have seen with Romi/Bhallas & Shagun/Mihir, no matter how "evil or bad" someone is...you can't fully turn your back on family, especially your mother
Krishy so glad to know that I am not the only one who thinks along these lines
Adi like you said has still held back, he is still not accepting Raman & Ishita as HIS parents though he has made peace with them and their relationship like you said and his movie was a gesture that acknowledged that however that doesnt mean he is completely relaxed in his new space, this new life of his.
Under normal circumstances, kids his age be it a girl or a boy, a preteen or teens dont spend as much time with their siblings, younger ones specially since they find them annoying and feel they are grown ups and all but since these are not normal circumstances you see Adi hanging out with Ruhi a lot and Shravu as well. It may seem he is catching up with his sis on lost time and all but its not that simple or easy - Ruhi and Shravu are right now the only people with whom he doesnt have a complicated relationship, which makes it affable for him to associate with them.
Ruhi in fact is the only other person with whom he shares his baggage of having parents with a complicated history, she is the only one sailing in his boat and so he feels strongly towards her, not to mention that since she is younger than him it brings out the child in him which was repressed for so long and yet, yet there are issues with the boy still - like his lack of self-confidence which was shown in the way Ruhi exerted her authority on him when it came to their room. Ishita assessed that correctly and encouraged him to not be dominated by his younger sis which worked and he started acting like the older brother he is and Ruhi almost hangs on his every word, the way he shows her new things like how to shop online and all, its not just to show how progressive kids are today or for them to bond but because it gives him confidence - the way Ruhi looks upto him because he knows these simple things encourages him in a way, which is something the kid needs a lot to develop his self-esteem and confidence.
With Ruhi things are simpler than with the adults in his life and he knows though they have fought and all they are siblings and well fights are a part and parcel of the relationship - find a pair of siblings that says we never fought and you have a bunch of liars there among you. No one who has a sibling has had a childhood without some hair-pulling, pushing, revenge pranks. etc.
With this new development while Adi would be devastated to realize his mom is not what he assumed her to be and her love for him isnt above her own selfishness and herself, with Ishita and Raman coming to his rescue, I include Raman here not only because we know he returns tonight on the show but because there' no way in hell that he would simply sit by while his kids and wife, the people he loves the most in this world are in danger of being crumbled to ashes. Just because he isnt seen in the promo doesnt mean he wouldnt be there to save them. They cant give it all away in that short a promo as it is and KP was away on his break while the promo was shot , two reasons why Raman isnt around in the ad.
However when the actual scene airs which sufficient to say wont have the kids in a perfect circle of fire, thats contained to the rim, since I am assuming the fire wont be just metaphoric but literal when things come down to it, Adi would see BOTH his parents - Ishita and Raman risking themselves to save him and his sister his heart wont just recognize the love of his stepmother but that of his father as well for him. He would realize that in the face of danger, when he needed his parents the most to save him and his little sister, when they were scared the people who came forward were the ones who truly love him though they may not say so as much as the one who abandoned him and his sister to their fate despite claiming her love for them as and when the oppurtunity presented itself.
He w0uld recognize the difference between mere words and actions and we know which among these two speaks the louder in the end.
And @bold - true I liked it that he didnt hate Shagun immediately once he chose to stay with the Bhallas but felt a sort of guilt for not living upto what his mother expected of him, to come with her at her bidding, but this upcoming event would alter that drastically.
He wont be sorry anymore thats for sure and while I wont be shocked to see him outright hate Shagun if it happens since this is a show after all things wont be the same after this any longer thats for sure as far as Adi and his feelings and thoughts about his parents are concerned.
The boy may resent Shagun or hate her but yeah when it comes down to it like you said no family can abandon their black sheeps no matter what, Shagun will always be his mother nothing can change that however he may become indifferent to her completely.
Edited by EkPaheli - 15 May 2015 at 12:50am