Friday, 23 January 2015


This post is a part of the Cupid Games 2015 Campaign by Closeup -

The season of love has begun, I see everybody around me already making plans for Valentine's Day. You won't believe the other day when I was at a restaurant and I heard a couple, they would be in their late 60's planning their Valentine's Day. This made me wonder that is love all about showing and confessing? Is love all about Valentine's Day Celebration?

Love is a very strong emotion. It has a lot of power. It is not just said that loves makes a person blind but well in my opinion it takes away all the senses. Love is beautiful. I earlier used to think that it is not necessary to show every emotion. It is not important to let the world know and put up a show is what I always thought. I had my own reasons. But with time I have realized that love is not just about caring and all, it's a lot more. Yes I however still do go by the fact that love is in the heart and caring for the other is utmost important. But what I have realized is that confessing your love is equally important, for the world should know. (Kyunki Pyaar kiya toh Darna kya?)

Getting all inspiration from that cute old couple in the restaurant whose conversation I eavesdropped :P and from everybody around me. Well also from my sister who got married just a year back and has so much planned for her hubby for the Valentine's Day. I have decided that I am going to make this Valentine's Day big. Big for the two of us, big for our love and big because I want the world to know that hey I am not putting up a show its real love and shiz you know. I have planned to confess my love to my crush this Valentine's Day (Yayy, can't wait)

Here is what I have planned - I am going to take my crush to his favorite restaurant for a candle light dinner, as cliche as it may sound but I am going to stick to this old age formula that a way to a man's heart is through his stomach. So a dinner date with him would be perfect. Well since I have decided to go all the way out to show my love, the best is yet to come. I have decided to call all our friends post our dinner at the beach side (for he loves beaches) and I have decided to light a lantern which would say "I love you" and make a wish of togetherness and then watch it go up in the evening sky along with him. Sounds perfect, doesn't it? It may sound picked straight from a Karan Johar Film but this is how I would like my Love Story to begin, a typical Dharma Production it may be. That's about it :)

NOTE FOR ALL READERS: This post is purely for the above mentioned campaign and all the characters mentioned herein are fictitious.

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