Kanhaiya (Vishal Vashishtha) and Daali’s (Shweta Bhattacharya) real identities are revealed at last as she shows up to meet him, the one she lost and loved from childhood and as she hears him singing in the background “Kya Hua Tera Vaada.” Daali remembers their past as his voice echo’s that song throughout the park. She searches and searches for him, wanting to finally meet him again and so they finally meet up.
Rocky (Harshad Arora) and Maya (Madhurima Basak) showed up (damn criminals) and shot them both on the last episode of JAI KANHAIYA LAL KI.
I have to admit that I absolutely enjoyed this show. All throughout it’s airing each episode leaves you feeling so many ranges of emotions. I felt so excited as it was very upbeat. It was so funny as I was always having a good laugh at their comical skits. It was loving as you could tell there was a warmhearted, beautiful love between Daali and Kanhaiya towards the end and especially as they were living together in Kanhaiya’s home after they were married. Contractual marriage is what Daali liked to say and remind Kanhaiya about but she had no idea that he was the one she loved way back then. This show had some sad, tender moments and then the scary, terrifying, tense and finally heartbreaking moment at the end of the show when Daali and Kanhaiya were murdered. I tell you that my heart was so broken and sad as Daali and Kanhaiya lie there on the ground in an amusement park holding hands, crying and finally saying they love each other when she discovered he was her love that she’d been waiting and searching for all of her days and so with their last dying breath their feelings were expressed. I liked that they finally came together but I didn’t like how misfortune snuffed the life out of them before they came together. It was sad because it was too late for Daali but for Kanhaiya he knew all the time and so he was able to be with her and did get to spend some time for a good while before it was all over for them.
One of my favorites scenes was when Kanhaiya would secretly call Daali on the phone and was able to express how much he really loved her. It was at those moments that I felt it was going to be a good ending between the two. I was so shocked to have seen that they were shot down and practically had to crawl to get close enough to hold the hands of each other at their last moments of life together. The ending was not what I expected at all. It was just too sad for me.
Anyway, I am going to miss this show and I wish all the best to the cast as they move on to their next exciting adventure.
~JAI KANHAIYA LAL KI
~Vishal Vashishtha as Kanhaiya~
(the Bawarchi which is Hindi for the Indian Cuisine cook and jack of all trades)
~Shweta Bhattacharya as Daali Chaudhary~
(the spoilt granddaughter)
~Dipankar De as Janki Prasad Chaudhary~
(the rich grandfather)
~Rupanjana Mitra as Sandhya Nath Chaudhary~
~Rajdeep Gupta as Ravi~
~Harshad Arora as Rocky~
(Kanhaiya & Daali’s murderer)
~Madhurima Basak as Maya~
(Kanhaiya & Daali’s Murderer)
~Prakruti Mishra as Devyani~
~Neha Tiwari as Shiela~
~Purnima Kaushik as Munni~
~Tramila Bhattacharjee as Vaijanti Mousi~
~Sonu Dagar as Masterjee~
~At Last Lyrics~
My love has come along
My lonely days are over
And life is like a song
Oh yeah yeah
The skies above are blue
My heart was wrapped up in clover
The night I looked at you
I found a dream, that I could speak to
A dream that I can call my own
I found a thrill to press my cheek to
A thrill that I have never known
You smiled, you smiled
Oh and then the spell was cast
And here we are in heaven
For you are mine…