The class room scene was very touching...Arnav was able to share with Khushi, because he knew he won't be judged by her. May be he also wanted her to see him in a different light, may he wanted her to feel related , not just as the Chote Malik of the house she works in.
Khushi is very perceptive and quite intelligent, will she be able to motivate herself to, may be take help of Arnav and Khushi, move out of Ratnagiri, get more educated, and my be come back and help reform the society she grew up in, so that another Khushi can have easier life..
How is Arnav going to change the mindset of people who claim to protect the traditional values by suppressing the women and following orthodox rules set long ago blindly ( this includes his mother )...? If he wishes change in the village, it should start from his house first, does he have the guts and grits to make it happen ?
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