Healing of the hurt souls
Two people, living the same life with somehow the same fate. Time changed them both, making them hard to handle. One lost her both parents and the other lost his beloved mom. One is the new rising youth star and other is the college diva. Opposites attract and like poles repel. But will this theory prove right for them, or will they break the barriers? Join the duo, Sharon and Swayam, for a journey, where there is hate, passion, hurt, anger, attitude, ego and the most powerful of them all, love. Stay tuned to know wether these hurt souls, will be able to heal each other or end up hurting each other even more.
Swayam Shekhawat: He was good, he still is, but the difference is, back then he was good for all, but now, the only person he is good to is his best friend Simmi. He started his career as a dancer and now he is the icon of many. People appreciate him, except for his attitude and temper. The innocent and gentle man Swayam is overpowered by the short tempered and egoistic Swayam Shekhawat. And time had a major part in this. He lost his mom few months back which broke him. His dad was there, but he was against Swayam's dancing and taunted him almost every minute. But although the inner Swayam broke, the outer Swayam never gave up. Maybe that is why, today, after just few months, He earns on his own, lives on his own and drives his own limo, all thanks to his love, his life, Dance.
Sharon Rai Prakash: The sweet and bubbly childish girl, now turned to a perfect example of bitch. She does not hurt anyone unnecessarily, but mess with her once and forget your existence. She is the diva and she completely lives up to it. Her mom died, in the process of giving birth to her. Her dad brought her up, giving her all the love care and luxury in the world. But one year back, on her twentieth birthday, her dad, had passed away in a domestic plane crash. Since then, Sharon got scattered and dared not to let anyone come near her or love her. Her only best friend is Simmi, who through all thick and thin has supported her. She is the worst with her step mom and thus lives separately with all the wealth and memories of her dad. The only thing that has not changed about her, is her love for Dance. It's her life and her passion, one of the few reasons for her existence.
Simran Malhotra (Simmi): A matured and understanding yet childish and bubbly girl. The only person treated so well by Sharon and Swayam. A trustworthy friend and a beautiful person inside out. Has a whole gang of friends back in the college, yet never ever leaves either Sharon or Swayam when they need her. People love her for who she is. Has a complete happy family and has a total positive approach towards life. Knows both Sharon and Swayam since grade one and knows the reason of their sudden change. Lives and let lives. All in all, a Happy go lucky girl, with two complicated yet most beautiful people. A dancer.
Avantika Rai Prakash: Sharon's step mom. She is insane, she is bad, she is rude and a complete hypocrite. Completely undeserving Principal of one of the most reputed college in India, St. Louis. just because her inheritance from her late husband Mr. Gautam Rai Prakash. Hates Sharon because of the fact that, she has all the property of Mr. Rai Prakash. Cares only for money reputation and beauty parlors.
Rishi Shekhawat: Swayam's not so cool dad. Devastated because of his wife's death and hated his son for pursuing dance as his career. A rich industrialist and head of one of the leading multinational company. Has everything except a family. Leaves all alone in his big bungalow. Wants his son back and is somehow proud, but does not show. Secretly knows that he is the reason for Swayam's change in attitude.
(Nilesh, Vicky, Rey, Kriya, Taani, Rinni, Bharat, Amar, Aashi, Neha.) Are the members of the dance team and few of Sharon's and Simmi's friends and will be introduced after the first few parts. Their character is same as the show except that, Taani is not Swayam's cousin. And Rey's love is Taani not Kriya.
*Other characters will be added according to the flow of the story.*