Spotlight on Savni
He was the flamboyant, charismatic, ultra confidant flirt who oozed enough charm to charm the birds off the trees and to wrap most girls around his little finger. He was also emotional, impetuous, and sometimes uncaring of whom he hurt and took things too far in his quest to achieve his goal, whatever the goal might be.
You can love him or hate him but you can never ignore him. And that is Sameer.
Avni, on the other hand is a shy, sweet, innocent, reticent, generous hearted, “gharelu” kind of girl, unsure of her looks and certain of her inability to attract members of the opposite sex, but strong in character and convictions, whose world consisted of her home and her loved ones.
Sameer thought he had everything planned and that he was in control of the situation. He was going to have his revenge. He thought he could make Avni, fall in love with him, and then just use her as a tool for revenge. And while Sameer was making all his revenge plans and machinations, little did he know and suspect that love was making its own plans for him.
“And think not you can
Direct the course of love,
If it finds you worthy,
Directs your course. " - Khalil Gibran
And as love had so destined, love happened between Sameer and Avni and thus began the saga of Sameer and Avni, the two opposites of a whole, bound together first by destiny and then by love.
And whatever their characters may be, the magic of this pair has a lot to do with the way they were brought them to life by the people who enacted them. Karan Tacker as Sameer brought his character to life in such a way that he managed to make most either love or hate his character, depending on the things performed by his character. Same goes for Perneet Chauhan, who brought the character of Avni to life in such a way, that she made everyone empathize with every feeling that her character went through. Kudos to both of them for a job well done, and for making these characters so real to their audience that these characters would never have been so loved and sometimes hated if not for the way they have been brought to life by them.
Author: Raji K