I love you. The three words that can turn our world upside down. The three words that can create and can destroy too. The three words that one can live for and can also kill for. And if these three words are announced rather than being only said then it stimulates the aroused romanticism.
Rishabh and Madhubalaâ€™s chemistry had the aura and the magnetic charm that bowled over millions of their admirers today. The challenge had the draw that allured us to endure the two on screen. When she was at rage and was furious at him suddenly our self-obsessed, egoistic superstar Rishabh became a powerless, fragile and feeble soul. Love makes you strong but the fear of losing the same love makes you weak as well.
Last weekâ€™s definition of the 7 holy â€˜pheresâ€™ of marriage, the promises, took their relationship to a new level. The best strategy of the CVs in the show would be that they never make the viewers wait for too long to see what they want to see. You might get to see the unexpected turns in the script but then very soon you get what you expect to see the most. Romance is in blooming stage in Madhubala and the way these scenes are executed are the best assets of this show.
It is very hard sometimes for the CVs to retain the originality of a character while writing their romantic side. But in Madhubala, RK is always in his arrogant and self-admiration mood even during his most romantic mood. A big thank you to the CVs for retaining this original nature of the character. Somehow, this makes the audience love and adore the character more.
It will be interesting to see how Rishabh without being RK fights the fate to save Madhubala. They are leaving their present to build up their future. But the biggest mockery in life is that the deadliest of the time keeps haunting us over and over again. With the dream of shaping up the future they are embracing Madhubalaâ€™s dreadful past. A past that only brings into darkness and still there is a long fight awaiting to see the light.
Author: Saheli Goswami
Editor: A. Patel