Was PTSD was in mind of writer while writing Nandini

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Posted: 2018-09-15T10:35:40Z
I saw one post in IF trying to explain Nandini's character .Well PTSD is very wide and senstive subject to touch.I saw Abhinav shukla  liked fan comment where he mentioned that nandini is victim of abuse ,PTSD .As actors knows about script more than us .So i hv question my are writers going to touch subject of PTSD .I myself is in medical field and hv seen many patients of PTSD but never dealt with them because my specilization is different.
Did writer wrote nandini character keeping PTSD in mind and is she going to show more about PTSD.if it's so that it will be intersting to watch.
PS I m not nandini supporter infact for now i hate nandini or blind drashti fan .I m just curious that are writers going to explore another important issue like PTSD .So plz kindly no bashing or  name calling.
Edited by TheMockingBird - 2018-09-15T12:22:59Z
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Posted: 2018-09-15T10:39:59Z
Till now,  they haven't explored it at all. It's doubtful if they will explore it now. 
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Posted: 2018-09-15T10:42:38Z
I don't think so... And I guess Abhinav has just liked that post.
Writers failed to handle Ema...ptsd is way far for them. Better they don't touch such topics

But I feel there is more to Nandini's character than what we are seeing. Perhaps she was negative from the beginning in the disguise of bff or something else...
Edited by mas123 - 2018-09-15T10:44:07Z
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Posted: 2018-09-15T10:50:15Z

if that was the case the writers should have shown Nandini as such.. instead of repetitive crying scenes which made lot many people simply indifferent or plain annoyed now.
she was traumatized in one scene in the very next she is coy and flirty with her best friend's husband in that very friend's home.
abused in one sequence; having dates in next.
she came across as either bipolar or plain selfish. not as a trauma victim.
poor writing or execution.

turning the character into a victim at this juncture is completely pointless since the damage done to the character is so extensive that there is simply now way out. she will be despised regardless.
as the saying goes.. not only the horse has bolted... the barn is burnt too.

do they have two sets of writers and cvs or something?
coz last two episodes and the depth and range (and dialogues and emotions) given to Mauli were on whole new level.
how can the same writer and cvs fail so badly unfolding Nandini on screen?


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Posted: 2018-09-15T11:00:49Z
Originally posted by mas123


I don't think so... And I guess Abhinav has just liked that post.
Writers failed to handle Ema...ptsd is way far for them. Better they don't touch such topics

But I feel there is more to Nandini's character than what we are seeing. Perhaps she was negative from the beginning in the disguise of bff or something else...
Nope Abhinav liked some fan comment
Here is what fan wrote
If two adults are in relationship,they know the consequences and they will face it.But there is nothing worse than domestic abuse.Nandini is victim of abuse,trauma,PTSD,violence from her husband,hence she has to rely on someone in beginning.Kunal had perfect relationship and mauli was very independent,so he never had to protect mauli.Therefore when he met nandini he fell in love with her while saving her multiple times.It is just law of nature.Rajdeep is another story,he is depiction of insecure men who abuses and is prevalent in our country because nobody reports it.And no body deserve domestic abuse.
Edited by TheMockingBird - 2018-09-15T12:24:00Z
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Posted: 2018-09-15T11:02:32Z

Post traumatic stress syndrome
Can be ...few traits of it
Many domestic violence victims go through it
Nandini was not fully recovered from the domestic abuse
All she was doing for yrs was "cooking , dressing up herself and getting abused by husband"
Her thought process wouldn't be clear .

But I personally know one lady she is a friend
People really didn't know things were very bad .
When she came out of that relationship ,
She just drpped the idea of a man in her life
She is just sick of marriage and relationships
CVs are faulted there ...

Kunal being a doctor is another flow
Many men out there prey on single vulnerable ladies
Even though peadiatrician won't be an expert in psychiatry
He must know PTSD & victims mental status
In that case ...Kunal is ...,

PTSD ...victims once out of the abusive relationship
They dread those things reminds them of it
Over here N was still decorating herself and being very much in to Kunal
She was indeed enjoying his advances
So She can't really be one [BR seeing this serial many are already doubting whether to trust a friend or not
I hope people wont distance themselves from real victims tooEdited by Rosh4rose - 2018-09-15T11:05:11Z
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Posted: 2018-09-15T11:04:04Z
Originally posted by Banjaaran25



if that was the case the writers should have shown Nandini as such.. instead of repetitive crying scenes which made lot many people simply indifferent or plain annoyed now.
she was traumatized in one scene in the very next she is coy and flirty with her best friend's husband in that very friend's home.
abused in one sequence; having dates in next.
she came across as either bipolar or plain selfish. not as a trauma victim.
poor writing or execution.

turning the character into a victim at this juncture is completely pointless since the damage done to the character is so extensive that there is simply now way out. she will be despised regardless.
as the saying goes.. not only the horse has bolted... the barn is burnt too.

do they have two sets of writers and cvs or something?
coz last two episodes and the depth and range (and dialogues and emotions) given to Mauli were on whole new level.
how can the same writer and cvs fail so badly unfolding Nandini on screen?


Agree poor writing and execution.She would hv despised even if she was shown with PTSD becoz our audience are not mature enough to understand PTSD .They only like either pure white or pure black.
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Posted: 2018-09-15T11:13:50Z
Originally posted by TheMockingBird


Originally posted by mas123


I don't think so... And I guess Abhinav has just liked that post.
Writers failed to handle Ema...ptsd is way far for them. Better they don't touch such topics

But I feel there is more to Nandini's character than what we are seeing. Perhaps she was negative from the beginning in the disguise of bff or something else...
Nope Abhinav hv replied to some fan 
Here is what is wrote
If two adults are in relationship,they know the consequences and they will face it.But there is nothing worse than domestic abuse.Nandini is victim of abuse,trauma,PTSD,violence from her husband,hence she has to rely on someone in beginning.Kunal had perfect relationship and mauli was very independent,so he never had to protect mauli.Therefore when he met nandini he fell in love with her while saving her multiple times.It is just law of nature.Rajdeep is another story,he is depiction of insecure men who abuses and is prevalent in our country because nobody reports it.And no body deserve domestic abuse.

Doesn't make sense. There are so many male activists working for abused women, they don't fall in love with woman while saving them. That's not any law of nature. So many psychiatrists and peope who deal with troubled people. They don't fall for anyone just like that while saving them since there is symathy and kindness not any sort of romantic feelings. 

For a woman who has been abused by a man for years, a man is a last thing any abused woman wants. Most woman are simply too afraid and scared of any new relationship for a really long time. They may adore kindness and gain confidence but just don't get into any relationship so fast or agree to have sex since sexual abuse is traumatic. 

PTSD is such a loosely used word here when in reality it's effects are huge. Makers had a chance to show PTSD earlier and now they have crossed that stage long back and there is no going back from here. 

As for the suppprt, she was getting all support that was necessary at that stage. When your belief in marriage has been so shake , how can a victim get over it so fast. 

It's all superficial and so is Abhinav's statement. Reality is very different.
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