*Disclaimer: The following content is a light reflection that leaves out any scope for critique. We are strictly talking puzzling moments that may come as a shock to the viewers.
Sometimes TV takes a huge leap in terms of technical work and blows us away with smart editing and visually stunning sequences. It happens week after week and we were just lucky enough to tag along and witness these on screen. This week's theme leans towards technical glitches that can easily translate into a short circuit of the common sense. Scroll through for the kuch bhi moments around errors so covert, you might have missed out on them-
Check out the connection and visual clarity on this one. It streams live and the bond between the Tantrik and the pandit's son is sealed as they join HANDS together (Yes!) on their evil quest.
This medical wonder on Kaleerein
Kaleerein is truly unconventional with its brave leading lady and her fascinating powers. When Pammi bears a bullet in the chest for her son, Meera's (Aditi Sharma) powers come in handy, and no, we aren't talking about the excellent dialogue delivery (she lectures Vivaan (Arjit Taneja) about being a crappy son that lead to the death of his mother before she was even dead). Instead, Meera goes ahead and saves Pammi's life. Here's how-
Meera uses the oldest trick to save the lady from flat-lining in the ICU. We are talking about an old fashioned CPR (for bullet wounds?). She repeatedly performs CPR on the patient's shoulder (instead of the chest) as she yells about mothers having to recover for their children. And it works! The doctors commend her and she falls back on her impeccable dialogue delivery to preach on-lookers about faith. We need more doctors...No, really!
Mehek's (Samiksha Jaiswal) coach has been terribly wounded and is lying in the hospital bed, where out of breath, he reveals his attacker's name. Mehek looks on sulking and enraged while the nurse shoos her away. Here's what happens next-
She shows up at Shaurya's (Karan Vohra) home and lands a slap on his father's face. When questioned by the on-lookers she confidently offers proof of his crimes. The only problem is, she had no opportunity to record it. The makers literally played footage from the earlier scene and tried passing it off as proof Mehek gathers while she did no such thing. Now, isn't that all the evidence you need?
The only eye witness you will ever need on Naagin 3
And then, this happened...