Tashan e friendship to Tashan e ishq (Intro)

Hey guys, I’m writing my first ff. I hope u all like it. Please comment below that u liked it or not and tell what is bad in it.
Here’s the intro
Twinkle- She is bubbly, sometimes serious, smart, beautiful and working girl. She loves her parents a lot and does what they say to her. She is childhood friend of Kunj, but in contact with him from 12 years. Although she is settled she is still finding true love for her. She is Yuvi’s sister.
Kunj- He is smart, handsome and caring person. He can do anything for his parents and sister. He is childhood friend twinkle. But they r not very good friends now. He is Mahi’s brother. Hates Rahul due to past issues.

Yuvi- He is a flirt, handsome ,but very caring for his loved ones. He is twinkle’s brother. He likes mahi. He is kunj’s best friend, but not in contact with him.
Mahi- She is studious. Gives no attention to boys. Does not believe in love concept and says she will never fall in love.
Aditi- She is twinkle’s office colleague and hates her. She loves kunj and can do anything to get him. Also childhood friend of twinkle, kunj, yuvi, and mahi.
Rahul- He is greedy. Although caring. He loves twinkle. Hates Kunj due to past issues.
Leela and rt as twinkle and yuvi’s parents.
Usha and manohar as kunj and mahi’s parents.

I hope you all like it. Plzz comment.

Tashan e friendship to Tashan e ishq (Intro)

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Tashan e friendship to Tashan e ishq (Intro)

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Indian Dramas
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