Every year, people all across the world, join together to celebrate this festival called VALENTINE’s DAY. Guess, it should be the single most festival celebrated in the maximum number of countries, next maybe only to Christmas.
To start with, a very happy valentine’s day to you all. Thank you so much for bearing through all the posts leading to this one, and here I would like to end the series with a thought!
The movie Dil to pagal had celebrated love like nothing else, and in this quest how could yash uncle not have a valentine’s day celebration fit in. It did.
Here, an interesting observation made by SRK is what led me to think this – These couples all look so happy, so much in love, but how many of them would actually be with the same partners the next years party too? In the facebook generation that we are living in right now, quick patch ups, and quicker break ups are an IN thing.
A bigger question to be asked here – How many of these “love” relationships would actually end in marriage?
(This question pertains only to those who are on the wrong balding side of 25, the other side can still take time!).
The post is short, and understandably so. I don’t want to be seen as someone who considers writing blog posts on valentine’s day as the most romantic thing to do.
okay guys, need to go, and once again.. A VERY VERY HAPPY VALENTINE’s DAY.
~ “A successful marriage requires falling in love many times, always with the same person”