Very few shows are there that makes your mind and brain both work together. Generally, in case of Indian TV shows, it’s your mind that gets affected because the creators emphasize more on knocking you out emotionally first.
Very few shows are there that intend to impress you more with brain work than with mind work. Naamkarann is one such show.
Or let’s say, it’s as much as brain work as much as mind work. It makes the pulse of your brain and the beats of your heart, both run faster!
Today’s episode of Naamkarann has been one such episode where mind and brain worked together while watching the show. And as a viewer, I am going to tell you when I lost the brain game and when I didn’t.
Neil’s Exclusive Secret Words For Avni
She had sent him a letter writing with lemon juice. He could read the content only by holding the piece of paper over a burning candle.
He too sent her a letter today. It was blank and she was needed to use her brain decoding the hint DD carried along with his message to read the content of the letter.
The way the phrase ‘Aakhon ke tale’ was used to imply to ‘kaajal’ and it was used with water to read Neil’s letter – We wonder if anyone while listening to DD’s message repeatedly would have guessed what he actually hinted.
As a viewer, honestly speaking, I was expecting Neil to send a blank letter but DD’s words of ‘andhera’ and ‘roshni’ were picked up more by my poor brain instead of ‘aankhon ke tale’. For once, I had thought probably holding the paper in front of some sort of light will make the content readable?
But that would have been too easy, no? So yeah, in my first brain storming session with Neil, Avni and DD, I lost! The wiring of their brain was too complex to comprehend. At least for me!
I mean why would someone stress his or her brain on a romantic phrase like ‘aankhon ke tale’ to solve a puzzle when you have more heavy words to care about? But that’s how Naamkarann CVs make a fool out of you!
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