Thank you for the PM - I almost missed this and that would have been a crime!
La was what she was and never pretended to be someone else, except maybe when she tried to be the daughter in law that the Raizadas were craving. She was a real person who wore her emotions naturally unlike Kushi the ever suffering heroine. I think this is why many liked La over Kushi, because she was a real person who did see the goodness in Kushi when they became friends and who had the grace to cut her losses in a relationship that was not meant to be. She knew she deserved better and had the guts to end the relationship and moved on in search of the better. I am sure she found it too. The truth of the matter is no one has to change who they are to be accepted in a relationship. She bent over backwards and realized it was not enough and like the modern girl that she was, she ended it. You captured her spirit beautifully!
You gave the enigmatic dusky bombshell a depth I never had anticipated her to hold. Sure she is a snob at times but at the end of the day who isn't? Most of us possess these darker thoughts but we don't usually implement them. Then, no one's head, not even Khushi's, can be clear and free of such darkness.
This was a fresh insight into Lavanya's head. It was strangely clinical, and not what you expect from ... Lavanya. The emotions are certainly from the right, but the words are from the left. It presents an interesting puzzle, like checks, white and black... and you'd think that it wouldn't work, but it does. It just does.
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