Sunday, 16 February 2014

Whispers of Spring....Chapter 20

Chapter 20

“And this kissy is from Furry.” Small chubby arms encircling her neck, Naina received another hurt-soothing kiss by Tanu. “Your hurt will go away soon Naina Aunty. Right, Adi bhaiya?”
Adi nodded absentmindedly as he kept staring at his mother.

Naina looked at her son and then turned to Tanu, “Thank you little princess. Who needs medicines when I am getting so many sweet kisses to keep my hurt away? Don’t worry I’ll be fine and playing with you and Adi in no time.”
“And Furry too?”
“And Furry too. I promise. Tanu, will you do me a favor, child?”
Tanu’s head bobbed up and down. Naina whispered, “Will you go out for a few minutes with badima? I need to speak with Adi bhaiya alone.”
Naina looked over Tanu’s shoulders at Ranima and beeji who nodded at her with understanding. After they took Tanu away, Naina turned to Adi, “Come here Adi. Take off your sandals and lie down with me.”
“But you are hurt mumma.”
“Yes. I am. That’s why I need to hold you in my arms. I’ll be fine once I do.”

Adi climbed onto the bed and lay down carefully next to his mother, keeping his head on her shoulder and wrapping his arm around her as gently as he could. For long moments they stayed like that. Naina held her son close, unmindful of the pain in her chest as he sobbed quietly against her. His pain made her heart constrict a lot more painfully. Her eyes welled up but she willed them not to spill over as she spoke softly, “It’s OK Adi. Mumma is fine. This hurt will go away in a few days.”
Adi moved closer, finding peace in her sweet scent and feel of her beating heart as he whispered, “I was so scared when I saw you in the garden, mumma. There was so much blood. I thought you had…you….”
“Shhsh!! I’ll never leave you Adi. Never. Sometimes bad things happen but if one is brave and good, God sends help.”
“Like He sent Raj uncle?” He tilted his head to look at her.
“Yes. And also you. You are the real Hero Adi. If you had not called uncle, things might have been a lot worse. I am so proud of you. You are my little soldier prince from now on.” Naina smiled and pressed her lips on his forehead.
“And you are my brave mumma. You shot the bad man. I am also very proud of you.” He lifted his head, “Who was he mumma?”
“Just a bad man, Adi. Just a bad man. No one you have to want to know about. OK?”
Adi was quiet as he pondered.
“Adi? Tell me what you are thinking.”
“Mumma…(pause)…He called you by a different name. Nantra…something. Why? He seemed to know you.”

Naina closed her eyes briefly. Adi was too sharp. He would never forget the man who did this to his mother. He was much too protective of her ever since he was little. He would forever chew in his guilt that he couldn’t prevent her from getting hurt. She didn’t want that sort of thing harboring in her son’s conscience. She decided a little half truth won’t hurt but at least relieve Adi.

She shifted a little and looked at him, “You are right Adi. He did know me. He called me Nayantara. That is the name your nana-nani gave me.”
“How did he know your real name?”
“That’s because he knew me from many years ago, after nana-nani died, and I was still called by that name.”
“Why did he hurt you?”
“Umm! Adi, there are some people in this world who carry their anger for many many years. They think that they will be happy only when they have hurt the person who angered them.”
Adi ruminated for awhile. Then realizing something he looked at her, “Why was he angry with you?”
Naina expected this question. “He was angry because he wanted something from me, a very special treasure that God gave me, and I refused…and then I ran away to protect my treasure. He found out where I was after all these years and came to steal from me.”
“And you fought him, and you won. Wow! Mumma. You are the strongest mumma,” Adi sat up, his eyes twinkling. That’s when he noticed Raj, who had slipped in awhile back and was standing with his arms crossed and leaning against the widow at the far end. “Uncle, did you hear? Mumma is a lady soldier, right? She fought the bad man and won.”

Raj walked up to Adi, ruffled his hair, and said in a voice thick with emotion, “She is indeed son. Actually she is our very own warrior queen. She can face any battle and win it.” He looked at Naina who was staring at the ceiling, avoiding him, “Any battle. Your mother is not a quitter.” A solitary tear escaped her eye and made the long journey from her eye to the edge of her jaw and then lingered a beat before falling down her neck.

Raj’s heart twisted at seeing her like this. On the face of it she was being so brave and pragmatic for her son, assuaging his fears, all the while fighting a lonely battle of her own. Watching her somehow holding it together for all those who depended on her, he promised himself that he would have to increase the pace of his chasing to an urgent level. He needed her to trust him so much that she lets him into the darkest corner of her life…a place that she didn’t allow anyone in and which was sucking her into its darkness. This incident had cruelly ripped away the barely formed scabs on the wounds. Those wounds had been exposed again, but now it was time they were healed for good. She always did a good job of putting on a convincingly brave, indifferent front, but inside she was a girl who was yearning to be loved and understood unconditionally, to be promised never to be left alone even after her secret was out. He just had to make her believe.

One week later…..

Dr Sujata Sinha had to defer her visit for personal reasons. Raj finally got to meet her the day Naina was being discharged. He knocked on the door to her office and entered after he heard a “Come in please”. He was surprised when he saw a rather young woman sitting behind the desk. Hearing about her caliber and reputation, he had envisioned an older person. She was on phone and gestured for him to take a seat. Raj saw a blue-colored file with Sunaina Bhatia written on it on the desk.

Raj mouthed a ‘Good Morning’ before sitting down and she nodded with a smile. She finished her call and turned to Raj, “Good morning Colonel Rathore. Sorry about that. Due to the postponement of this visit, a lot of appointments have had to be rescheduled.”
“It’s OK Ma’am. I won’t take much of your time. Has Amar spoken with you?”
Dr Sujata tapped on Naina’s file, “Yes. We spoke last night.” She leant back on her chair and subjected Raj to a direct look, “He said you wanted to talk to me about Naina. I am sure you are aware of doctor-patient confidentiality. I cannot divulge the details of my sessions with Naina.”
“I understand Doctor. I just wanted to meet you and take some advice regarding Naina’s stubborn refusal to let me or beeji know what exactly is causing her to build walls around her. I can see how being so entombed in the memories of past is hurting her.”
Sujata thought for a second and then asked, “I want an honest answer when I ask you this Colonel. Why do you want to help her?”
Raj replied without hesitation, “Because I love her and want to see her happy…really happy.”
“And you think you can make her happy?”
“Yes, doctor. I can. I am in this for the long haul.”
“How long?”
“How about Forever.”
“Hmm!” Sujata nodded speculatively, “All that’s very good for you to say and for me to hear Colonel. But why do you feel she needs help. Naina is a strong girl, even though she carries around some broken parts within her. She is living a good life in spite of everything, isn’t she?”

Raj put his palms on the desk and narrowed his eyes, frustration writ large on them, “You think she is living? Is that what your diagnosis is? I am sorry if you think so Doc. You are wrong. Naina is only existing. She exists for her son and people she loves. She exists to protect them from herself…from her pain. She will start living the day she conquers all her demons and moves on….the day she starts to live for herself as well. Today she is afraid and guilty of those unspoken fears. I want to make her unafraid and make her want to live…and not just exist. I can only do so if I know what is eating her inside.”

Sujata scrutinized Raj briefly and sighed, “Calm down Colonel. You have convinced me. Naina has spoken about you. She definitely has feelings for you, though she would not admit it. I can only say at this point that she trusts you implicitly, yet she is afraid of losing that trust. I can see how passionate you are about her. If anyone can make Naina speak up, it’s you. Don’t give up on her. She is expecting you to back off at some point. Assure her that you won’t.”
Raj relaxed, “Sorry about that Doc. I didn’t mean to doubt your proficiency. I am just so worried for her. She keeps pushing me away.”
“She will do that Colonel. You said it yourself. She is protecting you from herself.”
“But why? Hasn’t she given you any clue?”
“No. She clams up the moment I broach nearer the truth. Of course, I can always try hypnotherapy with her and get the answers. But I don’t want to go to that extreme at this stage of her treatment, especially since she has never shown any weaknesses in dealing with her life.”
“What kind of weaknesses?”
“Extreme ones Colonel…for instance, going into depression, being suicidal, or just being irrationally emotional and obsessive about her son. I have seen cases where patients who have experienced much less pain than her have broken completely and caused harm to themselves. Naina refuses to give up and instead has channelized her grief constructively. So far her only motivation in going through day-to-day life was to ensure to keep her son away from her husband and just lead a normal life for everyone’s sake. With her husband’s death at least that threat is over.”

Raj nodded, “Yes. I had thought with Manmeet gone, all would be fine. But she has withdrawn even more. That man really did a number on her. No wonder she refuses to acknowledge him as Adi’s father.”
Dr Sujata was suddenly on alert, “When did she say that?”
“She says it whenever Manmeet’s name comes up in Adi’s context. She was angry with the police too for even suggesting Manmeet was after Adi because he wanted his son with him.”
“Can you remember her exact words?”
“Certainly. She said, ‘Adi is my son. That man was not the father.’ ” Raj blinked almost as soon as he said that and stood up slowly, shocked as Sujata stared at him, “Oh my God! Are you implying Manmeet did not sire Adi? Then who is Adi’s father?”

Dr Sujata’s face turned grim as she observed, “I have suspected that since the last time I spoke with her. She was adamant that Manmeet was not Adi’s father when I asked her to speak about her husband. We all have seem to have misconstrued her words as spoken out of her need to alienate Adi from her husband. I am fairly certain now that Naina has been inadvertently spelling out the truth. If she has maintained that all along, then it is because what she says is the truth and not just an outburst borne out of her hatred. Adi’s conception is the crucial fact Naina is hiding. Maybe she had an affair when she was married.”
“NO.” Raj denied hotly, “My Naina is not that type of person. She is the most loyal person I know.”
“I agree Colonel. However, in that disclosure lies Naina’s chances of complete healing. If she had not had an affair, then the only other alternative reason could be that she was physically abused, which would make it clear why she feels that she has to keep away from getting into a romantic relationship.”

Raj sat down with a thud. Keeping his elbows on the desk, he buried his face in his hands. When he looked up, Sujata was stunned to muteness at the tortured expression on his face, “Help her doctor,” he whispered, “Help my Naina. Tell me what to do.” He had never felt as helpless as at that moment of realization. Who hurt his beautiful Naina? Why was no one there to protect her?

Sujata got up and walked around her desk to his chair. She kept a hand on his shoulder and said, “This is not the time to break down Colonel. You need to be strong for her. She needs you.”
“What should I do? Once she goes home, she will try her best to stay away. I know her too well.”
“Then stick around. Be within her proximity as much as you can. Show her that you are not going anywhere even though she appears to want that. Just be there for her. I am sure your resolve and constant presence will force her to reevaluate her concerns regarding your expected reactions. Maybe, then, she will trust you enough to tell you everything.”

“Thanks for the Chinese lunch Raj. I appreciate the effort. I didn’t know you could cook.”
“I do a passable job. Glad you liked it. I have something to finish off this special outing. Kids will have their share in the evening. I wanted you to be the first one to try.” He reached behind his chair and picked up a small basket and held it out to her, “Here, pick one.”
She saw small foil-wrapped pieces. “What are they?”
“Cookies. To be precise, fortune cookies.”
Naina’s eyes widened, “You are kidding me. No one makes Chinese fortune cookies in Palampur. Where did you get them from?”
Raj rolled his eyes and kept a hand on his heart, “I am deeply hurt sweetheart. Even after a wholesome lunch, you still doubt my capabilities.”
“You made them? You sure are a man of many talents. I am impressed, Colonel.”
“Thanks. I try. Don’t they say that the way to a woman’s heart is through her stomach?”
She smiled, “You got that in reverse.” Reaching out she picked one and unwrapped the cookie. She looked up and saw him waiting. He gestured at her with his fingers to break it open. She broke the cookie in half and took out a small slip of paper. She read it and bit her lip.
“What does it say Naina?” When she didn’t say anything, he took it from her fingers and read aloud, “The love you fight for is the love that can mend bridges, heal scars, and open closed hearts.”
Raj looked up at Naina, but she was staring at the flowers, “The garden is looking good. Beeji’s hard work is bearing fruits.”
“Flowers you mean,” Raj smiled. “Spring is here Naina. Smell it. Welcome it. Embrace it. Open your heart to it.”
Naina shook her head slightly and dipped her head to stare at her palms. When she spoke, it was to say, “You don’t need to stay here. Don’t you have a tea estate meeting to go to?”
Naina was home for a week and gaining strength by the day. The swelling on her face had gone, and the bruises had become lighter. Since the day before, she had begun working on the files Nancy had sent for her perusal. Nancy was doing a wonderful job of running the school in her absence.

Raj was always in beeji’s house. He would come around breakfast after dropping Tanu off to school and stay on through the day, doing his work through laptop and phone. Altaf mian would pick Tanu and take her to beeji’s. They would only leave to go home after dinner. If Naina asked him to leave, which she did often, he would just move his presence out of her sight. Sitting in her room she would hear him talking to beeji or playing with the kids or running some errand for beeji. Ranima visited her daily. Two days back she had gone to Shimla for a marriage.

Today Raj had cooked Chinese lunch with beeji’s help for everyone in celebration for Naina’s first day out of the house into the lawns. She had insisted on walking on her own to her seat under the garden umbrella for an in-house picnic. Adi and Tanu held her hands on both side of her, guiding her. Raj had arranged for a comfortable recliner for her. After the meal beeji had taken the kids inside for a nap. Naina wanted to stay out for some more time. She and Raj had fallen back to their familiar banter, and that made her feel comfortable…almost. Till she read the proverb in the cookie. The words were much too close to home…enough to make her remember about her resolve to maintain distance from Raj, so she dismissed him and his addictive presence rudely.

But Raj had his own resolve to keep. “I took care of the meeting through videoconferencing. I am free for the rest of the day. Are you comfortable? Should I get another pillow?”
“I am fine Raj. Why are you still here?”
“Because I want to.”
“Why Raj?”
“Why what sweetheart?”
“Why aren’t you running away from a messed-up person like me?”
Raj knelt beside her, “You know why Naina. You have been to hell and back and yet you are in one piece. Just looking at you fills my heart with wonder and pride and so much love that my heart just swells.”
“I am not in one piece Raj.”
“I disagree. You are here on this sunny day, making it brighter and sunnier with your sheer presence. You never gave up. You are here for Adi, for beeji, for Tanu, and for me and for everyone you care about. I would be a moron to run away from such brilliance. Why wouldn’t I want to be here? Here has you in it….period. That’s good enough reason for me.”
Naina swallowed the lump that formed in her throat, “Please try to understand Raj. I am very confused. I don’t know how to let you stay and keep you away at the same time.”
Raj took her hand and kept her palm on his cheek, “Why do you want me away Naina?”
“Because I cannot hurt you by letting you in. Raj, there are things in my life you need to stay away from. Why can’t you take my word for it? I can’t tell you more explicitly.”
“And I won’t ask you. If it’s only friendship I get, I’ll take it. I would never cross the line by insisting you spell out your problem.”
“Oh Raj! How am I going to make you go away?”
“You can’t. Not in the way you want me to.”
“Raj, I am too far gone. Even if you try, you won’t be able to pull me out of the dark depths I have been pushed to. So just go.”
In response Raj pulled her into his arms and hugged her gently, being careful not to hurt her ribs. With his lips on her hair, he whispered, “Wherever you are, I am going to find you Naina. For now, I’ll go. Not because I want to, but because you want me to. Only for now…not forever. Remember that.”

He pulled back and gazed at her lovingly, before dipping his head and capturing her lips in the sweetest kiss ever. Before Naina could comprehend this sudden act of intimacy, Raj got up and walked away.
He heard her stifle a sob but didn’t look back. He needed to do this for her…this loss of a moment for the gain of an eternity. She needed to see this. She needed to see him leave her when she asked him to, and yet come back to her again…and again…and again. For her.

To be continued………


  1. You must be thinking that I am stalking your blog, who cares as long as I am first, AGAIN.

    Beautiful part. Love Raj for his persistence and understanding. He is expressing his love by just being there without any demands or expectations.
    Both Adi and Naina needed that long hug, just to reaffirm that the other was truly fine.


    1. Bharathi, you made me hug myself with satisfaction with your opening comment, so stalk as much as you can. I won't be falsely modest and say I don't like it. I do. Very much. Love for Raj/Naina makes me feel loved. :)

      Raj is a Rajput and a soldier...a combination that leaves no room for inconstancy and fickle mindedness. Nothing Naina can do or say will make him leave her. Naina is finally getting let's see what she'll do, which according to her will ensure Raj leaves her.

  2. Happy belated Valentine's Day to you, Pal...Hope you had a great one :-):-):-)

    Wow such a powerful update, so who abused our sweet Naina????...I've got an idea whom it could be but won't say anything ;-)

    I Love how Raj doesn't let her push him away and he goes out of his way to let her know that he will always be there no matter what....and that kiss before he left her after she opened up a little widout ssying anyting really but we saw and felt how she wanted to share her burden but didn't coz of the misconception she has about not being good enough for Raj <_<

    Can't wait for the next installment Love.....Keep rocking.....muuaaahhh xo

    1. Hey pal...Thanks for the wishes.

      At this point Naina feels she is between a rock and a mountain. She wants Raj to not pursue her romantically, yet she wants her friend. This could mean a couple of things. One, whatever has happened to her, she has overcome the trauma enough to want to have Raj as a friend and continue having him in that role. Second, that trauma has messed with her psyche enough to make her adamant that she can never have a man in her life again, and so feels guilty that Raj is so blatantly pursuing her and is refusing to give up.

      Raj kisses her and leaves....Goes to prove how he thinks she is his, so he marks her his and leaves the impression on her lips so that she will think about them even when he is gone.

    2. A ver good morning to u my friend....Hope you and the family are well and that you had a great weekend :-):-)....Here's to u having a fabulous week ahead xo

      Exactly Raj will be there with her even when he isn't cause no matter what she will always think of him whether it's as her friend or the man that woke up that part of her that she thought dies a long way back.

      I do hope that Naina starts to open up to Raj or someone soon about her trauma before it swallows her up into total darkness.

      Keep rocking Pal....muuaaahhh

  3. OMG, u made me cry dear! :(
    U know how sensitive my heart is when it comes to kids.
    That Adi-Naina part really touched me!
    *Sigh, I wanna hug my little prince too, missed him already! *sob *sob

    This is a fantastic update, little by little, the secrets are starting to reveal.
    Only few more tactics needed from Raj, soon Naina will spill the bean!

    I love every scene of this chapter, and that kiss, aww *blush

    Can't wait for the story to unfold.
    Will see what's next u have in store for us..

    Am not late (finally), hope u'll be able to read my comment, this time..

    Take Care Indu dear! :)
    Belated Happy Heart's Day to you too.. ♥♥♥

    1. Hey Barbie...Sorry for being late in my replies. Real life just become busier about a month back. We got home a month-old Labrador puppy. And now, it's like I just had my third kid. He keeps me busy. :)

      I know you always love the mother/son interactions. I can fully understand why. You and your little prince are special, and my good wishes and love are forever with you two. Hug him on my behalf as well. And no crying....That little boy is your joy. Love him when he is with him more when he is not with you. And always with a smile. liked the kiss. Raj has vowed to step up his chase, remember? He is hoping that when Naina realizes how deep he has gotten himself involved, she would break and open up. Let's see.

  4. Happy Valentines Day!

    Such a beautiful update Indu. Gosh Naina was abused...waw..I absolutely love the fact that no matter how hard Naina tries to push away Raj he doesn't leave her. Instead he tries talking to her doctors to find new ways and means to show her that he is in for the rest of his life and despite her attempts to push him away he bears it all with a smile and does what she wishes. Fab job as always and looking forward to what is in store next.

    1. Thanks Saf. When I read what you have to write, I am assured that whatever I am penning is going the right way. This is a crucial point in Raj and Naina's life. Whereas Raj is all out to show Naina that nothing will push him away, Naina is trying her best to do exactly that. Unfortunately she is not succeeding in her attempts. She had not accounted for Raj's tenacity. His relentless pursuit will eventually push her to the corner and come clean on her past.

  5. Happy Valentines Day to you too.
    This story is so difference and I love that difference Indu..
    That difference really makes me to wait so eagerly.
    Coming to the update
    Adi- He has a sharp brain and he is so intelligence .. He understood that bad man knew his mother earlier..
    So sweet the way he said his mother is a brave soldier.. I really love that part
    Raj- Hmm he is searching for ways to heal Naina's wounds. He really knows that pain is killing his Naina from inside and he's trying to find out about it some way or the other. I really adore is love.. but will the truth will shake his love??
    This really scares me..
    There must be a good reason way she is hiding all as per doctor...
    Now can't wait to know that Indu...
    This story is really interesting dear...and I love this update a lot.

    1. Thanks Kate. That's a beautiful compliment. Very special.

      I am just trying to put in words what I had in mind to begin with...that a woman is mentally so strong if she wants to be that not only is she capable of helping a physically disabled man with his issues but also can carry on leading as normal a life as possible for her dear ones even though she went through the absolute hell once, emotionally and physically.

      I loved how you put Adi's, Raj's, Naina's perspectives.

  6. Nice update Indu! That part with Naina and Adi was so touching. :'( Adi is so sensible!

    Oh my, who was it that hurt our Naina? Raj is so not letting Naina push him away. Naina have hold things to herself for too long and its eating her inside. Am sure she'll soon open up to Raj because he's not going away from her.

    1. Thanks Abie. Adi maybe a kid, but he is not kiddish. He is mature for his age...mainly because he is very protective of his mother. He never had a father so it's natural that he is so close to the only parent he has.

  7. Fantastic update di
    Thanks for pm

    1. Thanks Radha. How have you been pal? Gosh, with PV closing anniv. coming near, I miss you and all my DC friends so much more.

  8. Fantastic update indu
    Adi n naina part was superb
    Naina should reliase tht raj is not going to leave her
    Thanx for the pm,,rachna

    1. Thanks Rachna.

      Naina is definitely going to realize that Raj mean it when he says that he will never leave her. That kiss just about sealed his promise. Let's see how Naina takes this.

  9. Fantastic updates. I have been away for 3 weeks and missed your updates a lot. Naina is one strong woman and she has really gone through hell. Hope Raj's un-moved support and love would bring back her lost life. Kids reaction and Adi's interaction with Naina is soul searing. You are too good at putting your words in an emotional scene.-scorpiodreams.

    1. Hey pal...I missed you. Hope all's well your end.

      I have always maintained that I am not a good writer. I just write what I feel. I am extremely fortunate that I have friends like you who understand what I feel and are so supportive of what I write. Whenever I read a comment, I find it a very humbling experience.

  10. that was a wonderful part.. I read it a while back.. but didn't get to comment. the adi-naina scene was too touching and so sweet.. loved it.. also loved the relentless effort from raj to make sure he lets naina know he is not going anywhere no matter how hard he pushes.. the kiss.. haye.. :) also loved how he reached out to the doctor to figure out whats going on.. I am sure soon naina will be forced to open up to raj and let him into the darkest corner of her life.. cant wait to read the next part...

    on a side note - just out of curiosity will you not be sending PMs anymore? should we just check for the updates? or did I accidently get skipped on the last one?

    Ruchi (princess4120)

    1. Oh Dear! Did I miss out on mailing you? I am so sorry Ruchi. It was an honest error pal. Won't happen again.

      Naina and Adi have always had only each other, even though biji was always there. That's why they are so close and understand each other so well. Adi never questioned about his father; he was that content. Only when Raj came into the picture did he start wishing for a father.

      Raj's strategy is clear. He is deluging Naina with love and his presence, trying his best to make her aware that he really is very serious about this relationship. Naina is slowly getting cornered.

  11. fabulous update di..........
    the best part of te update was nainas -adi touchy young adi is still but at the same how mature he is ............and i must say that he ialways played a man in her life role so seriously..........loving this sweet boy more and more with each passing day.........really how nice it would have been if as adi said naina killed the bad man and won the we know sheis still fighting a battle within herself...........a lonely battle......

    i heartfully appreciate raj s efforts to let naina allow him to heal her scars and take her pain away..........really naina is so luckyto have him.......though she is unlucky to not let her feelings showed to him.....fighting with herself for messing his life too........
    clever part was doctors role how she played her role quite perfectly......without causing any interference to her professional ethics she lended her support to raj after shecame to know that only raj can heal her...........physically and emotionally........

    last part was simply superb di.........howraj tried his best to make her realize that she is not alone anymore.......despite of her wish he will love her ............only love her...........

    awesome update indu di..........
    so sorry for the late comment i read it on theday u posted it but couldnt comment with my busy hectic schedule ..........

    love u

  12. well a mother and son convo as naina his mother knows how much deeply this ud have impacted the lil soul she made few things clear for making him come out of the horror incident to make this fine and not to impact further on kid psyche and So, is Raj who is doing to heal Naina scars and deep wound which he can feel it but yet to explore the buried and unseen ones
    and wow wat a great conversation raj and sujata hasd no one bend from their stand be raj a lover and want to heal a girl who is buried in Naina and Sujata as doc keeping her best way to heal her patient and not to revela any of secrets which her profession wont allow her.
    well raj is only making best to conver your are the one only one for me and a song tu jaahan jahan chalegi mera saaya saath hoga

    1. Riya...I have to admire your knowledge of songs. They are always perfectly befit the chapter theme. Thanks once again for a beautiful feedback.