Dear Naira and Kartik,
If you thought you will have a forever kind of love, you are highly mistaken. There might have been attraction between the two of you and some amount of love but there is something more important than this, which is missing in your relationship. And that my friend is mutual trust and respect. Something which is of utmost importance to run a marriage or a relationship smoothly.
Your relationship has had so many hiccups that even the viewers are tired of seeing you fight and later patch up. You've fought so many times and most of the times, you've taken drastic step of parting ways - not once or twice and that doesn't signify a healthy relationship. Some day or the other your relationship will succumb to your inner demons, societal pressures or in your case anything. Because anything can possibly ruin your marriage, be it a dadi, Raghav, Shubham or any teeny-weeny misunderstanding.
We are sure, you both love each other but such kind of love is toxic for both of you. Naira, you deserve better. At times, it's so frustrating to watch you apologising to Kartik for no reason. Probably makers want us to think women should feel obliged that a man wants her in his life, or he is free to throw her away from his life according to his whims and fancies.
Kartik has always been like this. He is never ready to listen to Naira. All their problems wouldn't have arised if he would have lent a patient ear to the person who he claims to be in love with.
Kartik has a pattern and he can never change. Probably things are okay when all good things are happening in his life but the moment he experiences pain, it's quite easy for him to blame someone else and carry on with his life. He remembers how much he is hurting but conveniently forgets about the people he has hurt during this whole process. Be it Suvarna, his father or Naira.
Naira has been an easy victim for him. She is always there to receive his backlash. Naksh doesn't love Kirti but the one being separated is Kartik and Naira as Kartik is unable to forgive Naira for hiding this fact. Someone might call Kartik 'joru ka ghulam', but the one who has to face his wrath is Naira.
The makers try to portray Naira as the modern woman but why does she always end up like Sita, who is sent on exile for every wrong that happens in Goenka House?
Most of the shows portray marriage of convenience but looks like Yeh Risht Kya Kehlata Hai runs on the separation of convenience. Whenever the makers need rating they decide to separate Kartik and Naira, which is a sure-shot formula to get numbers on the ratings chart.
We really wish, Kartik and Naira were more mature than they are being shown on the show.