Well Neha's bitterness and fragmented outlook towards life in general, marriage and motherhood is relatable, considering what she has gone through. Her family should concentrate on building her back to normalcy and reconstructing family relationships that is lost at this moment. Mother and son are too busy with each other to see that right now marriage is not at all the solution to Neha's problems. In fact it'll open up a nasty can of greedy worms.
Ishwari has started to show her true colors. Her character portrays how parents manipulate their own kids for their purpose. They take advantage in the name of their elderness and past sacrifices. Neha is so innocent. She is frustrated because she has been used and none cared for her that built resentment in her. Her anger is justified but Ishwari does not want to understand her feelings. I am amazed how she cleverly avoided that discussion when Neha brought that up. Ishwari discusses with Dev only because she makes Dev look through her angle. She is completely manipulative. She soon wants to get rid of Neha. And I think, this sameer is soon going to change his colors.
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