This blog is a part of self discovery, a symbol of my passion for writing - my madness, an attempt to be a part of the 'Write-A-Thon'. This is my space - beyond the judgement of others. Here, I dabble mostly in romance, poetry, shayari, book reviews, social issues that bother me and trending topics (venturing out of my comfort zone) with a dash of personal insights about life - an entertaining fiction itself!
Monday, 7 March 2016
Nano Fiction 26 : Hardest Goodbye
I love the following lines from 'Alvida' song of the movie D-Day.
"Umr bhar ka saath de jo, Kyun wohi pyaar ho!
Kyun na mit ke jo fanaa ho, Woh bhi pyaar ho!
Naa adhoori yeh kahaani
Naa adhoora yeh fasaana
Mar ke bhi naa hum kahenge, Alvida!"
why love is always assumed to be true, when it is of the type, "..They
lived happily ever after.." Because many of us are not fortunate enough to
experience it, which doesn't mean our love wasn't true. Sometimes, people are
bad and sometimes, situations.
people are our hardest goodbyes. And all you have to do, is accept that
goodbye. Sometimes, holding on does more damage than letting go.
said all of this, of course you never really forget anyone, but you certainly
release them. You stop allowing their history to have any meaning for you
today. You let them move on, and let them fall in love again too. And when you
see this person you have let go, you realize you have no reason to be sad. The
person you knew, exists somewhere, but you are separated by too much time to
reach them again.
I see people separated, I feel, every individual deserved a second chance for
that one 'Sorry', 'I Love You' which could have possibly mended things.
I saw 'Sanam Teri Kasam' movie, I do not know if many of you know about it. I
was released parallel to 'Sanam Re' and 'Ghayal, Once Again". It is
intense and emotional, majorly shot at real locations which makes it easy to
connect. It has a very lovely dialogue - "Log saath isliye nahi rehte,
kyunki wo ek dusre ki galtiyon ko bhool jate hai; woh saath isliye rehte hai,
kyunki woh ek dusre ko maaf kar dete hai." The music by Himesh Reshammiya
is soulful and one of the highlights of the film. The songs are penned well and
bring out the mood of the film, especially Haal-e-dil and Bewajaah. The 'doomed
love' angle does have its charm and Sanam Teri Kasam does tug at your
heart-strings. I loved it.
Fiction is here! Do let me know in the comments below, how it was! Keep
smiling, stay motivated and rule your day!