Friday, January 21, 2005
Picture this. A guy and a girl love each other a lot. The guy is prepared to do anything for his love. Another guy, guy1 loves the girl too. Guy1's mom creates irreconcilable misunderstandings between the guy and the girl. The result - the girl gets married to guy1. The guy continues to love the girl relentlessly.
A couple of years hence guy1 dies. Circumstantial evidence speaks that the guy planned guy1's death, when in fact, the guy tried his best to save guy1. The girl starts loathing the guy. But the latter loves her more than ever. He still yearns to marry her, unaware that she's horribly mistaken about him. She plots something sinister...vows to destroy the guy by marrying him. She succeeds...takes advantage of his blind faith in her and makes him sign important documents that frame him in a multi-crore scam; she gets herself kidnapped to derive sadistic pleasure when she sees in him the grief of losing her; she even tries to kill him in the same manner that she thinks he killed guy1. To make a long story short, she makes his life hell. She confesses to having done all this in a bid to avenge guy1's death. In the end, when he's in the dock, instead of denying involvement in the scam, he readily accepts it; for if he won't, the girl would have to face the music.
Isn't this love in it's purest form? Isn't this how true love should be? Such love is almost extinct in the present day world. I agree it's not easy to be willing to destroy oneself for the sake of someone; but that's the only way to love truly...isn't it?