Great analysis! And I really like your take on Neha! My thoughts on her are similar to yours. I agree in that she doesn't seem purposefully malicious. When you really think about it, she does have a reason to be angry with her mother. Ishani herself favours Dev and from Neha's dialogues about the past, it can be surmised that Ishani has been like that from the very beginning. And like you said, no one seems to recognize what Neha has done for the family. For me, what was telling, was the mami's story of how Neha took care of her younger sisters when they were sick and when they woke up, they asked for their mother. As children, I can understand why the children asked for their mother. But as Neha was a child herself, it must've been so frustrating to have had to spend her time and efforts looking after her sisters and then not even being thanked or recognized for it. Personally, I think Ishwari needs to make more of an effort towards Neha and not just sigh in defeat.
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