#7 in Romance on April 20, 2017
Rishaan Chauhan lost his wife Diya, after she gave birth to their first child Disha. He is broken beyond repair. Not having the strength to love again and damage his heart, he keeps pushing people away. And so, people call him rude, arrogant and intractable but for him, there are these words, "Who cares?" matter the most.
Amaya Sharma lost her husband Himansh, who had blood cancer. After his death, she works in a government college as a lecturer and there she has to give reality check everyday. Being a single parent to her two year old son Ansh, was so difficult and challenging for her. She is way beyond broken, but from outside, she is a strong woman.
Three years past, and both are still struggling between their own kids and jobs. It was becoming overwhelming and they knew they needed someone to help them. And thus, by so many forces, they end up together as a "Just Remarried" couple with an agreement inked out between them in a layer of words. It was a remarriage of convenience.
What we say about love? What we say about marriages? That one life, one marriage, one love and one husband/wife! True? But what happens when two people bond into 'second marriage' with their 'second better half' and fall in 'love second time' and find their new lives in each other?
What happens when two broken souls meet? What happens when these two different persons with opposite personalities and characteristics meet? Will they be able to heal each other? Or they will make it more worse?
Is it possible or even easy to fall in love, again, with another person?
Is it easy to forget your first love and move on?
"Some things in life can come to an end, but that's OK. Because something new is manifested, in this case maybe love too!"
"Two damaged people, try to heal each other, is LOVE. "
Read "Just Remarried" to know more about their journey of "Remarriage".
Started on - April 9,2017