Quite like what Balaji is doing, isn’t it? Ditch the new experiment & divert to accustomed old fare. The newly embarked upon male centric concept was soon ditched in favor of old-‐fashioned nari shakti & when that failed (not surprisingly) a quick diversion to the well trodden path of separation/leap was hurriedly embarked upon....
Fair enough, one would have thought, had the leap been planned to induce new life into a story that had reached an impasse. Regrettably, the story, as it was conceptualized was never given much chance to succeed, the familiar aadarshwaadi bahu kept cropping up in a narrative that should ideally have been male dominated the whole way.
And so, they decide to ditch the ugly remnants of their failed attempts, leave the untold story behind & leap frog over what attracted the majority audience in the first place!
And so it's back to a future where the vamp will adhere to the story like a bad STD & the guileless hero continues to swing like a marionette between the dayan & devi.
If only the creative heads would pause to think & take a leap of faith back to the original male-‐centric formula, the show would stand a better chance for the future, than poor Kunal Chopra’s abandoned Parichay... separation or leap notwithstanding!