Posted: 18 May 2015 at 8:43am | IP Logged
Originally posted by KhatamKahani
Originally posted by chicksoup
Soup, come on. He was willing to let her go until he found out she saw his friend's murder by Shashi Kapoor. After that, when was it that he took her under his wings because she was lost? He started taking advantage of various situations even before he "realized" his love Jannat responding to that love.
Just because he believes he is right, makes him better than Sanam2? Obviously, that's what it comes down to: belief of reciprocation or not. I will agree that Sanam2 has done many more worse things, but if by what you say, a person believes they have justification for their deeds, it's better? Chudail too has justification for her deeds. She committed wrongs and sins, yes. But she was driven to it even more so by the very people she committed them against (along with some others who got caught in the crossfire). She may acknowledge that she's evil, but she too in her head has justification, no?
There is not even any acknowledgement of what Shaad has done. It makes no sense. I don't even want to repeat everything that was said--about his actions not acknowledged, made light, narrative bringing up situation while ignoring the very same situation, etc etc. it's all said and done.
I don't remember exactly when he decided and why. I think she asked him to take her to safety since she was his wife...and he was confused...Not sure if she mentioned the murder scene then...I though that was after the hospitalisation...
The fact is, they kept bringing up SK to justify Shaad keeping Jannat in the dark- They wanted to show that his intentions were noble and that of an Army man...and later on he slipped into that pool called infatuation.
Even now, I am not sure if he thinks Jannat is responding...I don't think he is even processing Jannat's feelings...He is being very pushy without knowing it...He is exactly what his dad was to his mother...the decision maker...and he misguidedly thinks he is making the right choices for a weak Jannat.
Chudail and Shaad...Every one can be justified actually. Any murderer can be justified..Even SK...But Shaad is better than the other two because he believes he is doing good 'for Jannat' He doesn't realise he is selfish. If Jannat showed clear signs of loving someone befitting her (Ahil will not be accepted by him because he has a wife already...and he will think Jannat is making a very wrong choice and will want to help her by removing her from there.) he would let her go...As in..If the guy she loves turned out to be a regular guy with no black shadows on him. Chudail is different because she forces herself when it has been made clear to her more than once that she is not welcome...and her crimes are worse too.
The narrative wrt Shaad has not glorified him in any way..neither has it made him out to be a villain. He is def more benign than even Saif. But he is not Rehaan...That is the grey shade they explore in a Mr. Nice Guy. That doesn't mean Mr. NiceGuy gets away with everything..I would be the happiest if they addressed this physical proximity he took advantage of...
But I sincerely feel that has to come from Sanam and not Ahil...Because that is Sanam's personal space and Ahil should respect her enough to let her decide what is to be done with someone who has taken advantage of her...we know not what the equation will be when the truth comes out to Sanam.
As of now, Ahil's first concern is Sanam. He is happy that she is safe and alive..and has returned.
It wouldn't really bother him if she were pregnant too by now.
All that matters is, she is back.
I hope U get what I am trying to say. His priority is Sanam...not Jannat. But he accepts Jannat because she is a part of Sanam too..It hurts him..but not to the extent that he'd do something that'd hurt Jannat.