Sanjana stuck in the traffic. Sanjana wants to pick up her beloved sister from the railway station. The green light on the single. She starts her vehicle. She gets fast and also she gets cal. She reach the station and take the phone from her handbag. She is soo excited to see that number. She re-dail that number other side Anjana attend the cal & tell to her she is waiting in the platform no 2.

Sanjana tells her she will be come. Sanju reach the platform but Anjana os not there. Sanju gets tension and calls her but she don’t pick her call. Sanju starts cry. Somebody close her eyes from behind. Sanju realise that’s Anjana. She scold her and she present the white teddy. They hug each other. Port man sees very excitedly. Anjana saod to him she is my sister. We r twins.

Port man smiles and pick the bags from Anjana. Sanjana gave the amount to him and thanks him. Anjana tease her, still she behave like a baby. They both are laugh. Someone said excuse me both girls r turns. That boy crossed them. Sanju silently said idiot. Anjana ask her what did u say? Sanju tell I’ll tell I later come let’s go. Mom dad brother and whole family are waiting for us. It’s already get late. Car enter in to the bungalow.

The family r ready to take aarathi for both the girls. Both are getting bless from the elders. Anju tells what happen in the railway station and tease sanju and whole family r join with her. But Arjun (sanjana & anjana elder brother) supports sanjana.


Indian Dramas
Today’s best Drama Series’ on television manage to keep us on the edge of our seats with every new episode. This is why we’ve compiled a list of the 6 Best Drama Series that you can’t miss, includin... Today’s best Drama Series’ on television manage to keep us on the edge of our seats with every new episode. This is why we’ve compiled a list of the 6 Best Drama Series that you can’t miss, including House, CSI, 24 and plenty more. They are the tv series that captivate our attention and entertain us every night after a hard day of work. Action, Drama, Fantasy, Mystery and more come to our screens catching our interest and enwrapping us with their storylines. 6. CSI. Also known as “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation” This show is produced by Jerry Buckheimer. The drama series follows Las Vegas detectives as they take on challenging and often mysterious criminal investigations throughout the city. The series debuted in 2000 and continues to captivate audiences today. Watch just one episode and will be enough for you to get involved. 5. Mad Men. This drama is a three time Golden Globe Award Winner and has won 9 emmy’s as well. It is one of the most popular shows in recent history and is a perfect example of what a drama series should be. Mad Men follows the publicity surrounding Sherling Cooper in New York circa the 1960’s 4. 24. A fascinating show that mixes drama, suspense, and action to form a perfect recipe for our list of top drama series. Debuted in 2001, this show follows Jack Bauer, a UAT employee, in real time for the most suspenseful 24 hours you will ever have watching television. One of the series that keep you focus the whole time. 3. Law and order. One of the longest drama series running, it’s first episode aired in the year 1990. By 2010 this show had been through 20 seasons. Definitively, the numbers talk good about it. In 1999 we saw “Law and Order: Special Victims Unit” which continues to air today. 2. Boardwalk Empire. The latest drama series that has kept the audience glued to their seats. With big names such as Director Martin Scorcese and actor Steve Buscemi, this series has managed to captivate audiences and is quickly reaching legendary status. The second season premieres this October, 2011. You can’t miss it. 1. House M.D. This masterful drama with Hugh Laurie as the protagonist is about a doctor dedicated to treating extraordinary illnesses with unorthodox and sometimes controversial practices. The seventh season began airing on September 20, 2011. Drama Series: Boardwalk Empire, Mad Men, CSI. Written by Jessica Gómez. Schedules for each series can be found at HBO, FoxPsychology Articles, and Warner.

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