Love is strange. My neighbour, a 60 year old has fallen for thirty two year old woman. How does love find its way in such cases?

Love is strange. My neighbour, a 60 year old has fallen for thirty two year old woman. How does love find its way in such cases?

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Nitin Kumar
June 7, 2017

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  1. "Naa umra ki sima ho, na janm ka ho bandhan.*p*Jab Pyar kare koi, bas dekhe kewal mann."*p**p*These are the famous lines from one of the most popular ghazals sung by Jagjit Singh. I think it summed everything up for you. :)*p*

  2. “Naa umra ki sima ho, na janm ka ho bandhan.*p*Jab Pyar kare koi, bas dekhe kewal mann.”*p**p*These are the famous lines from one of the most popular ghazals sung by Jagjit Singh. I think it summed everything up for you. 🙂

  3. Its the connection that clicks sometimes. Love has no age they say and its quite true. You never know when, where and with whom you will fall in love. Maybe for them it was like they found in each other a good partner with whom they could communicate. Maybe the woman fell in love with the zeal of our old man and the sixty-year-old found the woman with a perfect blend of experience and childishness. I am just assuming. *p*

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