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Revenge and Revenge – Both sides of the same coin!

   Can a leopard change his spots? A definitive “No” is what everyone who knows the meaning behind the proverb would say. A leopard, a majestic beast, with its black spots is identified by these markings which makes each of them unique. This is their characteristic trait and nothing would change their natural instincts. Why am I talking about leopards and their spots today? To draw a parallel to the one man who is the personification of innate traits without any change.   As a viewer, I have always felt that Jagya would never change. The deep set character streaks of a selfish man would never allow him to accept his faults and move forward. They will always seek to play the blame game. Jagya who tried to redeem himself with Anandi, in his infinite wisdom has decided to blame the one woman whom he had crucified and hurt throughout his sorry life. With none being her fault, once again she plays the starring role as the vindictive one. I never truly believed that a

The week that went by!!

Iss Pyaar Ko Kya Naam Doon: Last week we finally saw the wedding of Arnav and Khushi, even after finding out the truth about Garima Arnav decided to marry Khushi and forget about the past. Now that’s some bravery Arnav. On top of the wedding; another good news for the fans is that the evil Dadi is finally gone from the show, she will no longer be a thorn in Arnav and Khushi’s relationship. But there’s one person who can still come between Arshi and that’s of course none other than Shyam. Let’s see what controversy he creates now. To find out more about your favorite show keep watching Iss Pyaar Ko Kya Naam Doon at 8:00pm Monday to Friday only on Star Plus. Madhubala Ek Ishq Ek Junoon: Last week we saw the bold side of Madhubala, as she refused to take the money to get rid of RK offered to her by Dipali the wife of RK’s step brother. Madhu has pledged to arrange the money herself and to transform RK into a completely different person. We wish Madhu all the best on that and now

Jane's Corner: The Jewel of the Maharajah's Eye (Chapter 14)

So this is it as they say the last chapter. If you have enjoyed do let me know. Love to read your comments! Chapter 14 The palace was a lonely soulless place he thought as he wandered from room to room without Persephone. Amar Singh and Choti Raani had packed up and left to live in the Delhi apartments. Samir noticed that they had taken whatever valuables they could with them including a lot of the furniture but he couldn’t work up enough anger to bother about getting it back. Even Bahadhur Singh was not there to break the silence, telling him on the phone that he had gone off to see a relative in the UK who needed him. Bahadhur Singh had tried to persuade him to contact Persephone again, pleading with him to at least call her, but he had assured him that Persephone would be better off without him. “She will find someone Bahadhur Singh and be happier with him then me in the long term.” he had told him firmly. Bahadhur Singh had rung off with a sigh and Samir

Jane's Corner: The Jewel of the Maharajah's Eye (Chapter 13)

Hello folks I hope you are enjoying Samir and Persephone's story? Do comment and let me know what you like and what you don't! Love to read them. Chapter 13 2 Months Later. Amar Singh sat in the dark. The moonlight flooding in from the window illuminated his dark worried features. Ghosts of the past spoke through walls in the eerie darkness, their anguished voices merging with the cold breeze that flowed through the corridors, casting a distinct chill in the atmosphere. He welcomed their eerie whispers; he had grown accustomed to those voices a long time ago. People like him who conspired behind closed doors had no other choice but to befriend them. “It was close this time. Samir's team had nearly closed in on him. I am tired of all this constant worrying!” Choti Raani declared walking in to the room, her heels making a loud clacking sound in the quietness, she rubbed her arms in an effort to warm up her body, but no amount of heat warmed her up