‘Waqt Ne Kiya Kya Haseen Sitam, Tum Rahe Na Tum, Hum Rahe Na Hum’ – These words originally written by Kaifi Azmi for the 1959 movie Kaagaz Ke Phool are magnificent and legendary. And the new remix version of Kuch Rang Pyar Ke Aise Bhi simply keeps ringing in your ears even after the episode. Before starting yesterday’s episode’s review, I have a small wish. Can we please get to hear the whole remix version of the song in the show? I hope we get to soon!
Now coming to the episode. It was the relief viewers were searching for since two weeks probably. It had everything that would make you smile, laugh and for overtly emotional people, probably they will get happy tears flowing down from their eyes.
The best part of the episode that would strike the viewers the most are as below –
1. The Child Has Every Bit Of Sonakshi, Dev and Bijoy
She has an occasional temperament like that of her grandfather. Nobody can even take her in their lap without her permission. She doesn’t like ‘baby talks’ and she demands respect while anyone talks to her. She considers herself ‘Miss Bose’ and loves it when addressed as ‘Your Highness’. Quite a lot of proud Bijoy that is I would say.
She is her mother’s shadow. Soha listens to whatever her mother says, does and work. And she literally tries to copy that. If her mother says that she doesn’t take more than 5 minutes to take a decision, Soha also follows her footsteps and decides to take a decision regarding meeting her father after thinking for only 5 minutes as she believes one should not waste more time thinking. She has the maturity and the power of logical reasoning like her mother.
The moment she acknowledges herself as ‘Miss Bose’, you will for sure remember that it was the way her father once used to address her mother. The child unknowingly, has taken after her father and probably has started understanding her father without even meeting or talking to him.