Hi guys….I am Moni..i am writing analysis of swaragini as i am totally confused on this track.
First of all this shahil is really annoying…i just hate him..doing cheap tricks to win swara.?
Then, the story writer he actually don’t know how to balance two couples…why to make two lead couples if he can’ t bring their story simultaneously. I am both swasan and raglak fan and i like both of them.
Now, we will get to revive swasan love story from kissan track..it’s good..it will be a treat to watch although shahil will try to ruin about it.
But what about raglak…what about their story..the only satisfying episodes were the jail one and laksh taking care of her and their marriage..only 3 episodes till now.
Now laksh and ragini they are shown like for a minute..that’s not it but what we get to see in that one or two min is laksh and ragini crying seeing their respective siblings.
And yesterday’s episode if ragini is planning to adopt sumi’s baby…i don’t understand how she will do it. She may show fake baby bump but how will she hide sumi’s and then what about delivery and all other circumstances. The writers have gone crazy.
There are two statues in this show Adarsh and RP..i wonder they will be happy if they get one dialogue a month and soon joining them will be our RAGLAK.
I think swaragini is heading toward story similar to rab ne banadi jodi. I think now swara will be fond of kissan meanwhile ragini will be reminding her about sanskar and then one day kissa will propose her but she will remember sanskar and leave kissan and go to him and ghen she will knoe sanskar and kissan are same and in between sahil will try to bring differences but will not succeed then he may try to harm sanskar..it’s just my prediction and in all this ragini will be involved in swara and fake pregnancy..laksh will just keep numb and see the situation
On a nutshell swasan story is ok but writer should also concentrate on raglak.
Thank you and share your views on comments. There may be many typos and errors..sorry gor that and yes SWASAN and RAGLAK rocks.
Credit to: Moni