Hola lovelies! Hope everyone’s having a great time watching the beloved show these days.
The amount of love overflowing makes it so endearing to watch and the experience had never been enthralling as before in the past span of two years of the show.
Errrr…confused? No need to! We’ll tell you how and why?!
1. Rewinding The Past –
Yeh unnnnnnn dinon ki baat hai, when Saumya made her entry into the Oberoi mansion as Saumya Tendulkar. Cut to present, today we had all the questions answered, all the speculations rest for why Romi was brought in frame, how real was their first marriage, why no struggle was made to demand the Obahu position for Saumya and the story goes on.
So going by the revelations tonight, shall we say that the junior most Oberoi was smart enough or rather lucky enough to escape his destruction just like his brothers too?
P.S – The revelation for Obros was from Tej again. This man should surely come with a warning attached – ‘person is subjected to changes, handle at your own risk!’.
The only person to have a constant and instant reaction and full belief in his cheap stints and the chameleon characteristics is none other than Om and as we always say, he is just viewers’ voice.
His instant expert comments on Tej’s stunts, dil me ekdum tha karke lagta hai mummy kasam! And dear Billu ji, we doubt if you love Anika even more than your Bade Papa now!
P.P.S – All said and done, a question is still nagging at the back of mind. Has Saumya lost touch with maths or was she weak since the beginning or is it that she thinks Oberois are so dumb to believe that one can have a child of 4-5 years even if their time together does not exceed more than two years?! Despite of everything, her confidence must be applauded we say.
But who knows, we might be served with an explanation for that too and after all it’s the game of love after all. The children are a symbol of love, and with the Oberois, one cannot question the reality of situations, because ………sentiments! We have Saumya’s sentiments attached here after all!
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