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Our choices didn’t match, but our hearts did!

Who said having similar choices meant high compatibility! Our writer begs to differ...
Wife watching tv as husband listens to music

I’ve always been a sucker for stories in all forms – books, movies, even songs. Needless to say, being married to a man who doesn’t read fiction and considers movies as something to help wind down at the end of a hectic day, took some getting used to, no, a lot of getting used to.

Those were the days…

I remember spending countless hours watching movies when I was a child or sometimes just watching songs on Rangoli or Chayageet or Chitrahaar on Doordarshan. My Dad was of the opinion that the Bollywood movies of his time (the ‘70s and much before; with a few exceptions from the early ‘80s) were and always will be the best! And he never failed to tell us how insignificant and lame our (‘90s) movies seemed to him, because he was used to the real deal! And he would always follow it up by showing us some very interesting movies of his time, ranging from comic capers to serious mind-boggling stories.

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  1. When love is in the mix, the need for language, and for words, dissipates. When you love and respect someone with all your being, you don’t need to talk. You can simply live and understand.

    Do you feel that the love between two people is incomplete if they don’t talk much but understands each other better and the things are done without anyone saying it?

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