What a splendid start!
So Rudra and Paro it is.
In the very first episode we
got glimpses of a caleidoscope of emotions. Be it pain, angst, hatred,
denial, understanding, empathy, or innocence, it was a perfect potrayal
indeed! The background setup of a beautiful village with majestic camels
walking on the crystalline sand was beautifully captured not to mention
the voilence and trauma was not overdone. They nailed the balance.
So both Rudra and Paro do not
have a fairytale childhood. Both are not lucky enough to relish the
solid and unbreakable shelter of parenthood, the shield of their love
and the protectiveness that comes with it. On one hand Paro though
traumatised, eventually learns to accept it and does not let the tragedy
overshadow her innocence. There she emerges just as sweet and innocent
as the butterfly she was running after.
Rudra on the other hand, is
turned into something no child wants to be. Ruthless, cruel and harsh.
The petals of innocence and tenderness have been crushed by the huge
feet of harsh reality. The child artist who played Rudra had us captured
there with those intense penetrating eyes. Young Paro was equally
Sanaya. Does she ever fail to
impress? No. She looks breathtaking in that gorgeous traditional
costume. Her twinkling eyes reflect every bit of innocence. Her pure,
unaldulterated heart. Her smile lights up the desolate desert. How
effortlessly has she transformed the flamboyant overenthusiastic Khushi
to a pretty, shy village girl.
Ashish. Although Ive never
watched him onscreen, his introduction did it for me. Without even
showing his face he managed to create an impact. His eyes were
emotionless, his stance screamed power and dominace.
Looking forward to their chemistry!
Boy, how can I forget? The
title track was captivating. Once heard forever in my mind! Believe me I
have not been able to detach it from the association area of my brain
and my stupid vocal chords itch to sing it, but for the lyrics! Can I get a link please, pretty please?
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