FF : Bound By Love (Intro)

Well, as Kartik is in jail, no RagKar happening, not even a chance of Kartik coming back, so there is no use of starting a RagKar FF, that I thought of starting earlier. And about Sanjaog Se Bani Sangini updates, I was absent and not updating due to my medical condition. I am still not completely cured of it, so it will take me few days to update an update, but I will. And that is why I am also starting this new FF, well more because I want to and this story has been on my mind for long. Following is the introduction of it, a description. Hope you like the concept!
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Love made them this way, but life makes them stay.
Don’t fall in love with me, I ruin beautiful things. Life doesn’t give a redo. There’s no rewind or pause button to take you back or stop time. Once something happens, it happened. The most tragic of those times in his life, the ones he wouldn’t get back and the moments he could never fix, reminded Sanskar Malhotra of a bullet meeting glass. The impact of bullet doesn’t break the glass into pieces, but instead leaves behind a single hole surrounded by spider web of cracks. Fragile cracks that, when handled with the utmost care would splinter into shards of what used to be.
Sanskar thought he had been broken beyond repair. He was wrong.
Love is like a glass, which makes even a monster appear fascinating. It’s like fire, which burns you, the wounds so hard to bear, but the same fire is needed to keep you alive. Love was never a part of the strategic life she had planned for herself. Love only gives pain, her parents were example of that. For Ragini Mehra, love has always been like an intangible thing that everyone talks about but haven’t been seen. It reminded her of the heaven that hurts like hell, hurts so deep that no medicine can provide relief.
Ragini thought she would never fall in love. She was wrong.
Life made them this way, but love makes them stay.

FF : Bound By Love (Intro)


FF : Bound By Love (Intro)


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