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Ainvayi-ness at its BEST!!
I consider you one of the cult writers on IF, because you always accomplish the most challenging feat of portraying Arnav and Khushi as normal people and make them behave as normal people. You write the emotional journey of these characters brilliantly without dramatizing and exaggerating them. The best part of your stories is the ending; they are not happily ever after's but more than that. They end with a "beginning", a "promise" and a "hope".
Coming to the story, I had the exact same emotions running and reactions, as the audience. Like them I also sighed in relief that it was not the actor, assuming its Arnav and then I cringed at my reaction; because end of the day "a life is a life" and its value doesn't change based on who the person is.
It's not easy to live with economical and professional struggles, burdened with family responsibilities and be sane and calm. It can really frustrate and make people bitter. This is what Arnav is dealing with. He saw Khushi as additional responsibility and pushed her away and now he hates being dependent on her. Some where he does feel guilty that he wasn't there for Khushi and but she is with him, taking care of him and living for him.
You prove once again that one doesn't need caramel eyes, hazel orbs, gust of wind and rabba ve to start a love story. Many love stories start with the following lines:
... to have and to hold from this day forward, for better, for worse, for richer, for poorer, in sickness and in health, to love and to cherish, till death us do part ...
And this is how Khushi's love story started.
Arnav may have not taken those promises seriously but he will now. In a relationship one doesn't need years of redemption or big actions or million words for forgiveness. A simple gesture of giving should to lean on and a promise to make up for the lost time is enough.
C4S: Yeah kya? Mera comment Anupama, ke OS se lamba oh gaya.
My Buddies: ROFL (thinking, you always write big comments, thank god you didn't add a collage to it)
Disha: Winks with a smug smile and says "Practice makes long commenting perfect"
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