Posted: 15 April 2013 at 5:04am | IP Logged
Originally posted by OnirI liked how Ayush & Anya complement each other. Nisha put the exact words in her comments. Sharing of the chocolate pastry… & Ayush's whole great idea was lovely. Thank you so much for the support that you and the rest of my friends are giving!
Yes, they complement each other. One has to be the samajhdaar one, especially when the other is Ayush!
Geet not shying away during the car ride back … just blushing but yet having the comfort in staring at him even after he gazes at her staring at him was a progress indeed. Shows that she is somewhere accepting her feelings & is aware of the effects he has on her. She deep down knows that she is attracted to him but I guess will take time for her to admit it in her conscious mind.
We often don't actually see something our subconscious is trying to show us and that's the case with Geet. She hasn't yet introspected about his effect on her...
Ranbir is a cool dude indeed. He is so open & freely admitting his restlessness for his love & not one to back out, taking all the teasing in a bold manner. Zara completely mirrors him. She is a combination of poise, sophistication yet a person with friendly approach & ease towards her loved ones. I seriously like her character here. She appeals to me a lot Geet admiring Zara was so good. I somewhere imagined them bonding very well in future as the future Khurana DILs. Their talks at G's place were so friendly & not hesitant. Zara recognised her future devrani. I guess Ranbir must've spoken about Maan's interest in her. What I liked the most was how Geet shied with the comment, but not annoyed or offended at all. Small steps towards the whole process of accepting the fact in future.
Ranbir-Zara are becoming one of my personal favourites in this story because of the way their personalities are turning out. While Ranbir is the bold, confident cool dude, Zara is an epitome of sophistication and beauty.
Probably, yes. Ranbir has spoken to her about Maan's interest in Geet.
@Bold: Now that was something I hadn't noticed myself but now that I think, it's absolutely true. Geet just shied without being offended. A good sign for the future!
The four friends are in together for both happiness as well as sorrows. Where they're happy for the joyous moments in Maan's family & also together for studying during exams (Maan happy with the fact of spending more time with her ) they were also together in difficult times of Ayush on the news of his Grandfather's demise. It wasn't just Maan & Anya who felt the sadness but even Geet just again emphasising on the fact that the bond is much deeper irrespective of the duration of the friendship. They lost the match in Ayush's absence … that was quite sad but then that's life. I liked how you stuck to reality in this one with the whole description of the match & cause of them loosing the match.
Yes. That's life. Sorrows and happiness come side by side. So does winning and losing.
It's a pleasure, though, knowing that almost all the readers have accepted the lost match as a part of what life is.
Loved it how Geet herself was feeling distressed & sad on seeing Maan so heartbroken & sad on the loss of his match as well as missing Ayush's presence badly. She loves to see him smile & all happy. She seeks for his smiling face, as if it's her lifeline to happiness. Her efforts this time to make him all happy was so sweet & indeed is a big step on her part, for a person like her.
She's been an admirer of his smile from the moment she noticed it first and so she had to do whatever she could to get that twinkling smile back in place, even if it was being the cheerful person that she isn't usually is.
I liked that whole scene of the drive, crossing road, eating ice cream sitting on the bonnet & their talks. She liked the warmth that came from his hands holding hers curling & fitting into the contours of her own. She too feels sad on the less time that she has with her new friends, their families & all the special moments she has spend with Maan & will spend. I somewhere feel this Ranbir-Zara marriage will change a lot in M-G dynamics . I liked how she cheered him as well as self on the pretext of wanting to visit the various places in the city with him making it all the more treasured & special for her.
After getting so attached with her friends and their families, she's bound to feel a little sad thinking that she only has a few weeks with them.
If the story goes as planned, the wedding is going to be an integral part of the tortoise couple.
He texted her & she didn't have his number yet. Kya kare is ladki ka… But glad to know that Maan did have her number stored. I liked the whole text messaging & her concern about his safety of driving & texting at the same time.
Buddhu hai na, to not have his number saved? But Maan's been a little sneaky about saving her number.
I loved the last paragraph…… beautiful culmination & gist. Dreams of the whole day's events… of games, ice-creams, studies, text messaging…. Lovely. Beautiful update in all.
You and the discussion you and I had about dreams earlier, was what came to my mind after I wrote this part.
Thank you Onir!
P.S.: I too loved the names you come up with… Zara, Zynah, Raya…
Glad you liked the names. I love them too!
Edited by mayyo13 - 15 April 2013 at 6:57am