Swasan: Fix You (Episode 34)

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~~Swaragini ❤❤ ~~

Swara’s pov ~~

Ragini. . .

It was Ragini, my sister, standing right in front of me. I couldn’t believe it. I was seeing her after nearly a month.

Her eyes were filled with tears. My condition was no different. She had always been my baby sister. Pampered and loved. Only I knew how much I missed her.

No words were needed for communication. Sometimes silence speaks a lot of things; and that day, it did.

She ran towards me, wrapping her hands around me. I held her close and tight. It felt like I was back home.

“Swara, I missed you so much!” She cried.

“I missed you too, Ragini…” I said.

I pulled away wiping her tears.

“How are you? Do you have any idea how worried you got me with that one phone call of yours?” I asked.

I had no idea what this girl was doing here in London.

“I’m sorry Swara, I wanted to meet you so bad…” She said.

“Ragini! Is that why you came all the way to London? And….w-where’s mom? And dad?” I asked.

Her face fell at the mention of their names. And I knew, that they hadn’t accompanied her.

“They didn’t come…” She said, hesitantly. I was hurt. One whole month, I stayed away from my family. No phone calls, no messages, no e-mails, and yet, my parents didn’t come.

How lucky was I. . .

“Swara, believe me, they wanted to come, but I told them not to do so. You know, dad has health issues…” Ragini said.

“Its okay if you just tell the truth. I know they probably even don’t want to see me again.” I said.

“It’s not like that, Swara. Dad misses you so much! Everyday, he keeps staring at your pictures. That day, he watched the Global Music Fest when Sanskar performed. Just for you Swara…” She said.

My dad…watched it?

“He…what?” I asked, making sure I hadn’t heard anything wrong.

Ragini nodded.

“Yes he did. He is still not able to forget everything. Whenever I talk about you or Sanskar, he gets angry. But then, at the same time, he is dying to see you again.” She said.

My dad missed me. He wanted to see me again. Ragini would never lie. And her words, just gave me a ray of hope.

“Does he talk about me?” I asked with a hope in my eyes.

“No. But I know, you are the only person he thinks about 24/7.” She said. I felt so happy. My dad loved me. He wasn’t what I thought he is.

I looked at Sanskar, who quietly stood behind, smiling. One question popped in my mind – How did he find Ragini?

“How did you find her?” I asked.

“Well, I happened to bump into her yesterday. She recognized me and that’s when I decided to surprise you.” He said.

I couldn’t have been happier. This was probably the best surprise I could ever get.

I smiled, and engulfed Ragini into a hug.
“I love you.” I said.

“I love you too.” She said. It was a complete emotional and dramatic scene. But I guess, that just happens when you love someone so much.

I pulled out realizing we had left someone out. It was Sanskar, who deserved to be awarded for such a wonderful surprise.

“What are you doing out there? Come here.” I said, dragging him in. He smiled, wrapping his arms around us.

Sanskar’s pov ~~

I had never seen her this happy before. I was glad, that I could contribute to her happiness.

That day, I realized how close Swaragini were. This was it which she missed out on – the love of a family.

Ragini’s words gave me a ray of hope as well. I had no idea about how was I going to convince her dad after this fest. But now, I knew, that I stood a chance.

Ragini had met Laksh, Kabir, Abeer and Rohan. It was pretty late, when it was time for her to go. I offered to drop her back.

**

The three of us, stood outside. Swaragini were like magnets. Inseparable. Again, Swara was in tears.

“Swara! Don’t cry, yaar. I don’t want to start crying too…” Ragini said. She was exactly the opposite of Swara. She was a complete tomboy.

“Shut up.” Swara scolded. She was smiling and shedding tears at the same time.

“Swara, yaha pe flood aa jayegaa agar itna royegi toh…” I said. She laughed dryly.

“Kya Swara, tum bhi? Remember what you used to say when we were kids?” Ragini asked.

“That dad loves you more than me. You were right, Swara. He does love you more. And this time, unlike the old days, I’m not going to cry about it.” She added.

“He loves us equally, okay. Now go, and please take care of yourself. Eat your food on time. Take care of dad. Make sure he gets his medicines on time. Don’t bunk college. Get good marks and make me proud, okay? And please. . . .don’t let mom shop too much.” Swara said.

She sounded like a worried mother who was sending her child to the school for the first time. I had never seen this side of hers. And it only made me love her even more.

“Okay, Swara. I’ll make you proud, I promise. Good night and take care of yourself.” Ragini said. They hugged each other for one last time.

“And you too. Drive safe.” Swara said, indicating at me.

“Yeah I will, I’ll be back soon.” I said pecking her head, and hopped in the car to drive Ragini back.

**

The drive was silent; except for the light music being played on the radio. I was startled as Ragini spoke up.

“Sanskar. . .” She said.

“Yeah. . .” I said.

She looked hesitant, as she nervously but her lip. That was one of Swara’s habit too.

“Uhm… Can I, can I call you bhai?” She asked.

I smiled automatically. I never had a little sister. I had, but none of them were so close to me.

“Of course you can.” I replied. She smiled in appreciation.

“You know bhai, I never had a brother. I always wanted one though.” She said, looking out of the window.

“Well you have one now.” I said.

“And I’m glad its you. Thank you so much, for whatever you’ve done and whatever you’re doing for my sister. I had never seen her this happy before. She used to a loner, away from the people, all the fun. But now, she’s a different person altogether. She’s living her life on her own terms, and I can’t thank you enough for that.” She said.

“You don’t have to. Whatever she is today, its because of her self – belief and confidence. I’ve just loved her and will always do. In fact, I should thank you for coming over. Trust me, she just melted today.” I said.

Ragini nodded. She was nothing like Swara. Neither did they look same, nor did they share the same interests. But whenever I looked at Ragini, I could see a little bit of Swara.

**

After dropping off Ragini, I headed back to the hotel. I was greeted by no one, but the girl I dreaded to see in the lobby – Kavita.

She stood at the reception like she was waiting for someone. Ignoring her completely, I started walking towards the elevator. But I knew, she wasn’t going to let me go.

She proved me right, by stopping me mid-way. I was clearly not in the mood to hear her bullshit. But I paid attention anyway.

“I am sorry.” Were the first words that came out of her mouth as she approached me.

Being the kind of person I am, I couldn’t hold any grudges. I had chosen to block her out of my life and that’s what I did.

“It’s okay.” I replied and started walking again. But she caught a hold of my hand, causing me to stop again.

“Are you still upset with me?” She asked. She glared at me with the puppy dog eyes which used to do the trick me long back, when we dated. But not anymore.

“What do you think? After all that you said about my girlfriend, I should not be upset with you?” I asked.

“You should be. I shouldn’t have said all those things about Swara. Its just that, I want to be honest with you. And the truth for me is that, I don’t like to see you with her.” She said.

“That’s not my problem, Kavita. And let me give you a reality check. You left me. Try to remember that day. You dumped me saying that you didn’t need me anymore.” I said.

She sighed.
“I know! And I was too stupid to let you go, Sanskar. I think, both of us were immature. But times change na, baby. Now, I’ve realized my feeling for you.” She said.

Tears threatened to roll her eyes, but they didn’t. She took my hand in hers, and I don’t know why, I didn’t walk away.

“That’s enough, Kavita. You can’t fool me anymore. We both know, that what we had, was nothing more than a physical relationship. Its over now. And the sooner you realize, the happier you will be.” I said.

“No, Sanskar, please don’t say that! I love you so much. Can’t you see it?” She cried.

What is she, a psycho?

“And I love Swara. Can’t you see it? Look Kavita, you have to understand. I don’t want you ending up doing something inappropriate. You have to face the truth. And the truth is, that you and I cannot be together.” I said.

She was crying. I hated to be the reason behind someone’s tears. Be it my girlfriend, Swara or someone I had completely erased from my life, Kavita.

“I am sorry, I have to go.” I said.

“Sanskar, please. I am begging you to change your mind…” Her sobs echoed in the lobby, and thankfully there was no one present around us.

That moment, I don’t know what took over me. My hand automatically made its way towards her face, wiping her tears.

She cried harder and fell in my arms. I was startled and taken aback. I didn’t know what to do. Neither could I push her away, nor could I hold her back.

“Kavita, its okay… Don’t cry…” I muttered in a nearly audible voice. I awkwardly stood there with her hands wrapped around me.

“It’s not okay, Sanskar! Please take me back. . .” She said.

The only way, to stop her crying, was to hold her back. I rubbed her back gently, aiming to calm her down. Fortunately she did.

I guess my presence seemed to ease her down. I don’t know for how long, I stood there, rocking her back and forth. I was extremely worried about Kavita.

We were interrupted by a loud voice incoming. I was startled to see Laksh coming along. God knows whom he was talking to all alone.

He stood dead in his tracks in front of Kavita and I. . .

Busted. . .

I just hoped, he didn’t have any wrong thoughts in his head. I awkwardly moved away from Kavita.

“Uh, I’m sorry. I’ll just come later. . .” He said, awkwardly and walked back from where he had come.

I excused myself and ran after him. I had to clear the misunderstanding anyhow.

“Laksh! Stop! Hey.” I said, catching up with him.

“Really now? Don’t tell me you have started falling for that girl again.” He said.

“What? No! No way.” I said. The last time I felt like I was developing feelings towards Kavita, I had suffered a lot. There was no way I could even think about her now.

“Then please just tell me what I just saw was nothing.” He said.

“It was nothing, Laksh, really. According to Kavita, I should be with her. She says she loves me.” I said.

“And you believed her?” He asked, bewildered.

“I don’t know. I mean, she was crying. Her feelings might be real. . .” I said.

“What is wrong with you? Did you forget what she did to you?” He asked.

‘I haven’t. I’m not saying, I like her. I love Swara. But I’m just worried about Kavita. If her feeling are true, then I’m afraid she’ll do something reckless.” I said.

He sighed.
“She won’t. Besides, I don’t even trust her anymore. Dude, just stay away from that girl. Anyway I gotta go. See you tomorrow.”

I nodded, and stood in the passage as he disappeared.

~I was torn between the truth and the lie. If Kavita really meant what she said, I was afraid what she might do next. . .~

**

I’m sorry if this was a little boring! I actually don’t have any sister and so I really don’t know how sisters bond and stuff. So this was just what I have learnt so far after watching movies on sisterhood and related topics. And also Kavita is just too much. For your information she doesn’t love Sanskar. She’s just after his money and fame. I’ll never write her pov so I’m just telling you guys. But then Sanskar doesn’t know her intentions. Only one guy knows her inside out and that’s Laksh.
I hope you don’t mind reading long updates.

#Mega-surprise – 5 episodes to go. . .❤

Love you all !!

Anu <3

Swasan: Fix You (Episode 34)

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Swasan: Fix You (Episode 34)

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