f you have watched Indian movies, most of them would have the same clichéd ending. The hero would be heartily loving the heroine. He would try to make the heroine understand his love. For that he would go to all the possible extremes – following her relentlessly and talking sweetly.... Showering her with love and son on.
But, the heroine would remain stubborn. She would never accept the proposal. Days would pass by. Most of the times, several months and years would also pass. The hero’s love would pass the test of time and the heroine continues to remain stubborn. Although, the hero’s determination and love would have won the heroine’s heart, she would never admit it – call it ego, uncertainty or even immaturity.
Then, either of the two scenarios would follow:
Heroine’s parents find a nice boy for the heroine. Or the heroine herself would fall in love with some other nicer boy. Their weddings will be fixed. On the day of wedding, heroine would realize that she is in love with the hero and breaks the wedding! Then, the hero and the heroine would live happily ever after; at least we assume so!
Hero would succumb to the parental pressure, friend’s advice and his own loneliness. He would finally decide to get married to another girl. It would have been a tough decision, yet he would have taken it for the sake of his “other” loved ones. The heroine would come to know about this and breaks into several figments. She would plead the hero to break the wedding and would also promise that she would never hurt him again - NEVER. Both of them cry in joy. They decide to marry. Then, the hero and the heroine would live happily ever after; at least we hope so!
Now tell me dear readers, what is this fuss all about? Why does the heroine (it can also be hero depending on the situations) not realize the love when there was ample time. Why did they want to complicate everything? I fail to imagine how the “other” person to whom the hero/heroine is formally engaged would feel. What about his/her dreams and future? His/her family?
I always wonder what LOVE is.
Is it just an over-hyped four lettered word, I ask you.
Why does it complicate life? Kill the happiness and burn you in the fire of uncertainty?
On the other hand, why does it gift you with unbound happiness and make you feel blessed?
When love for parents, family and friends are a way of life – which adds colors to the canvas called life… the quest for the soul mate and falling in love with the right person in a romantic way… Commit to that person and build several branches of relationship calls for courage and much more.
When there are loving people, we take them for granted. We assume that they would stay like that forever. We believe that they would be there for us, no matter what! We never think about a possibility of that loved one leaving us, do we?