The last five minutes of today’s episode left me spell bound. I felt a whole lot of emotions that is very hard to express in words but I will still try to pen down my thoughts & share it with everyone. Even though we are to believe that Maan has forgotten his Geet due to memory loss, but what I saw today made me think otherwise.
“Some thoughts are better left unsaid, some feelings are better kept to yourself, but love has its way of expressing itself despite the silence.” ~Anon
As Maan stood by the door watching Geet, his EYES spoke volumes. That look was not of Maan Singh Khurana. Nah! Not at all. That look was only & only of Maan….Geet’s Maan. Those dreamy eyes revealed his Love, Passion & Longing… all for his “Mishti.” Maan like always was mesmerized & there was a sense of pride as he minutely observed Geet. He so wanted to love her with all he had & embrace her tightly & never let go off her. He wanted to proclaim to the world that…. “She’s his LOVE, his LIFE, his Geet… MAAN ki GEET.”
Today’s scene reminded me of an earlier one where Meera for the very first time catches Maan looking at Geet clandestinely from the Khurana Mansion Balcony in a similar manner.
However, amidst all of this I could also feel Maan’s helplessness as he stood there silently. It seemed as if Maan was deliberately trying to refrain himself from coming any close to Geet even though every bit of him craved for her nearness. One could feel the turmoil between his heart & mind. While his mind said to give up, the heart refuse to do so. One could also see how miserable Maan felt seeing Geet go through pain.
In my opinion, a man cannot emote so intensely over a woman whom he has completely forgotten.
It was equally heart wrenching to see Geet cling on to her wedding picture with Maan. Remembering, “HUM”, brought a smile to her lips and a tear to her eye. As Geet got ready for the celebrations, deep down her heart she longed to see “her” Maan & be back in his arms.
“I don’t know what to do now that we’re apart; I don’t know how to live without the other half of my heart.” ~ Anon.