Screw the happy ending. Arjun and Purvi can never be happy in the real world. Every step of the way, the world has separated them, teared them apart, ruined them. But- as Arjun says, death has no right to come in between them. If Arjun is to die, then let it be, but he shouldn’t go alone; Purvi goes to; and if Purvi does live, she won’t be alive, remember that. Arjun says he can’t live without her, and she replies she cant either; if Arjun is gone and she still lives, she’ll be a dead soul in a living body- no meaning, nothing. Even after living 20 years apart, Purvi has still lived, maybe only because she knew that even among all the hatred she developed, her heart was only living because her love was too. If Arjun goes away, Purvi will too, maybe not physically, but two lovers will leave. It isn’t right, but they couldn’t have a proper story in the real world- so now they deserve a life of bliss in heaven- and that’s what should be shown. Arjun has been alone all his life, he doesn’t deserve solitude even after death.
but today I feel hatred towards all in this world that has you and I apart.
Do you know what you’ve missed in these 20 years? Not just your or my twenty years, but our daughter’s twenty years. You’ve missed her childhood, happiness, sadness, and it’s all because of your ego- NO! OUR EGO.
I called my servant’s daughter as my own daughter because i couldn’t call my own daughter as my own.
When you’ve gotten lonely, you called your mother, your family. For 20 years, I’ve lived in my own house like it’s a hotel, and I’ve had no one to call.