Originally posted by VeeIyer
<font color="#0000ff">Making a case for the characters you create</font>
Ashvin and Trisha have found one more level to connect with and come closer. Tragic when siblings are unable to make the same connect and drift apart to the extent Trisha does not even know where Paresh is and what he is upto in life and where Sanchet could be at all !!
Much as we love the light moments and the banter in all three stories, the times when each protagonist is weighed down by situations, unable to cope or even breaks down...that is when Nisha shines with her writing !!
To the extent that R&B's angst becomes our very own, II's need to be loved & approved makes us want to reach out and hug her, Ranjan's inability to move away from his past touches us to the quick, Suvi's misfortunes gives us a lump in our throats, Neel's and Nihar's loss seems unsurmountable, Ashvin's event of the past paves his way into the future albeit towards happiness and Trisha's innocent attitude towards life makes us want to protect her !!
And I have not even touched all the other characters so well etched that they are now part of our daily life !!
Kudos Nisha !! Keep shining
Characters and relationships, not like love love relation but the warmth and depth with which each person has his or her relation with all the other characters
One character does not influence the others behaviour towards any other character
Like if R&B hated Ranjan then it's not necessary that his wife will have to follow him or if Ashwin don't like his dadu then Trisha has to follow his path
They all have their own understanding..