Posted: 06 June 2018 at 10:49pm | IP Logged
3 episodes so far & I am liking the way the CVs r progressing the story. There is an element of mystery about why the 2 friends are no longer in touch but still think & yearn for the other. The seemingly perfect marriage of 1 couple with a few uneasy undercurrents. The extremely abusive nightmare which is the marriage of the other couple. But what made me think is how we as humans want & crave for perfection. We want the perfect face/body, the perfect job, the perfect marriage/relationship, perfect kids...
Perfection in anything is a myth & unattainable. Scratch the surface & all u get are imperfections, flaws & insecurities. For eg Nilesh from outside has the perfect life. A lovely doctor wife who earns, cooks, cleans, raises their kids & still the guy is not satisfied. He wants the perfect Stepford wife not realizing that he also has a duty towards home. His wife doesnt have time to spend with him because he doesnt share the workload & she is super exhausted. Been there, struggled & so I know. Its the story of every working mother all over the world.
Next come Mauli-Kunal who seem to be trying too hard to be perfect. They epitomize the phrase couple goals. But again are they really perfect. Is their relationship really perfect? Their life looks like a sleek, expensive dollhouse. Beautiful & enviable from outside but empty & lifeless inside. As of now things seem to be sailing smoothly but they are soon to hit bumps like Kunal quitting his job, Mauli being super successful professional & the hint of Nandini's entry. The dolled up woman who is the fantasy of every husband. Submissive, homely, beautiful
And of course how can we forget Nandini's abusive nightmarish marriage. A husband who wants perfection in everything, who wants a mute beautiful Doll a puppet with no soul or mind of her own.
Everyone seem to be craving for a perfect life. But what no one understands is its the imperfections which make life intriguing & interesting. I remember reading a story where a guy presents a beautiful hand made antique Vase. The woman is spell bound & then the guy shows her a few flaws in the beautiful piece & tells her its these imperfections which makes it beautiful. Because it means its not machine made but lovingly crafted by human hands. Humans are imperfect, have flaws. We make mistakes, hurt people we love. But this is what makes us human. Our imperfections. Else we will all be just machines/cyborgs.
I am not sure how the story will span out. Will Kunal & Nandini end up falling out of love with their partners & falling in love with each other. I definitely dont condone EMA. But nevertheless it does happen & as bystanders makes us wonder why the people did what they did. What made them walk out of their marriages. What made them cross the line. So I for 1 am ready to keep an open mind without judging & see how the plot unfolds.
No humans are perfect. Therefore no story about human relations can be perfect either. Who wants perfection when we can rejoice in our Imperfections.
Edited by Angels11 - 06 June 2018 at 10:52pm
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