Originally posted by Junoon-e-SaHil
Esha and Naff, I just read your discussion on previous Heaven. And all those who were agreeing with it too, too
Trust me, I am having same thoughts on it. I don;t know why people are so hell bent on beating him. I mean okay yes we all want that, but he just can;t go and beat him, because come on, its only a day he has come to know the truth.
What should be his priority?! Lets just be honest here, getting her memory back or start suspecting him whom he doesn't even know. And how can he start suspecting him so soon? Because all he has seen of him till now, well how HE was showing him is a good guy image. And leave that.
His first priority is getting HER memory and HER back to him, rest will come just tumbling after one another. When you meet someone so dear after so long, do you go after the other things, or the thing you want to be with right then? He is not even his concern right now, SHE is the only concern, and the way he is handling this situation, trust me I am PROUD of him. He is handling it so calmly and maturely, he is not the same old guy who acts in anger, he has that anger still intact yes, but that anger is very much controlled and matured now.
And comparing it with Rehan situation, is completely different IMO. That time he was NOT sure of HER feelings, he thought SHE LOVES REHAN not him, that was more insecurity over possessiveness. He was feeling a little bit insecure, coz she was his wife and HE still wasn;t the one whom she loves, as per him anyway. When that accident happened, and she started realising, THAT was when he came to know, this thing can so totally work, and when he saw Rehan still with her THAT prompted him to blast him.
Insecurity was the cause of, because he loved her, and wanted her to love him back so bad, but she wasn't, that made him frustrated, angry, insecure, irritated, confused and what not.
NOW, the tables have turned. HE KNOWS ABOUT HER FEELINGS. He knows she still has HIM in her heart, the feel and the memories are still in her. He is not insecure this time, coz he KNOWS, she is hers. Possessiveness comes with insecurity, at times, IMO. He is not insecure, he is determined to take her back.
And. The way the story is moving, its amazing! You can't just show everything in 2-3 days, can you? Something should LEAD up to that, the build up to that heated confrontation, and THAT is what I am looking forward to. He is not the one who judges people, he has never been.
And KV too said, the current track is gonna have high ratings, I am sure they have something for this too. I am just gonna wait and watch and relax, coz trust me after such a long time, I am enjoying the episodes again, Really!
Sorry for such a long post, but couldn't help.
It's not about people hell bent on Aahil beating Shaad. People are just annoyed at Aahil's lack of reaction to the whole situation. Beating Shaad is not a priority in any one's books IMO. I dont think you understood what we were trying to say. If Sanam and her memory is his only concern, then why is he okay with her staying with some stranger in a hotel room? Why no reaction and curiosity about what she has gone through all this time and what conditions she has had to face? He seems hell bent on getting Sanam more than getting her memories back, IMO. We are not even saying that he should DO any thing, just want to see a window into his thoughts. Some monologues, something? This is a situation that warrants possessiveness. More than the Rehan situation ever did. And no, I'm not comparing both situations.
And why won't he judge such a guy? Who has been taking advantage of his amnesiac wife for so long? You don't want him saintified like Sanam was during AaHer time do you?
I am the biggest Aahil fan, I think everyone knows that. But I still will not hesitate in pointing out his flaws/faults. And that's what I and others are pointing out. The flaws in the narrative.
There is nothing to build up or lead to a reaction to such a nauseating situation. It should be instantaneous. But I'm hoping future episodes will compensate for this lack of reaction.