That is what it seems like me. I haven’t watched this serial completely but just clips and all on YouTube but the way the creatives are going about it most of the audience sympathy is with Manav. He may be a parallel lead but they are making a hero out of him due to their idiotic storytelling. At this point even if Manav becomes negative he will be justified. He loved a girl with all his heart and was mudered in cold blood by her family in front of her. That girl could care less about getting justice for him and fell out of love with him and now treats him as dirt. Who apparently also happens to be the father of her child. Who wouldn’t become negative in this case? The way they have trivialised murder is laughable. Just reverse the gender. If all this would have happened with a girl and if a guy would have forgotten all about the girl after having a child with her and seeing her murdered that girl would have been the heroine all the way.Edited by Sabhayata - 2 months ago
i wish he was the hero but sadly its sarab
I don't think Manav is the third lead at all. Actually, they made KULWANT Kaur the third lead!!
Look at the way she has acted towards her daughter, then to Manav, and now keeps popping in and out, with the weirdest of plots and actions (e.g. a woman supposedly nearing 50 in jeans dashing off on a motor cycle...) .....Edited by T4Thahaanfan - 2 months ago
All three ( Manav, Meher and Sarab) are leads. This show has the one of the rare triangle love stories. Earlier Meher-Manav was the couple and Sarab was the third angle. Now Meher-Sarab and Manav is the third angle. They are all right in their own way.
Manav was never promoted as a lead. When the show started, he was just a cameo appearance
Rightly so. The story was and is to revolve around Meher and Sarab.
And there is nothing in it that gives an impression that the rich suppress the poor or something like that.
It is just that the makers needed Manav in his parathe-wale avatar to launch the main story - where at least one person happens to be super-rich > the usual thing in Indian TV stories, no?
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