arshu’s love story introduction

Hi friends.. This is Navya..
Im great fan of love after marriage fan fiction by pooja di.. I want to know if anyone of you like my favourite couple ARSHU I just love them.. I want to write a fan fiction regarding them..
This will be Arshu’s love story.. Aishwarya and Parishith (Arvi) .. Their love and romance.. Characters are
Aishwarya played by helly shah
Parishith played by Varun Kapoor
Manu played by Siddharth
Tapu played by Tejaswini
Amma and Papa are Sumi and shekhar of Swaragini are aishu’s parents..
Mom and dad are durga Prasad and anupurana of Swaragini are Arvi’s parents..
Surya and Madhu are played by sanaya and mohith
This story starts from Arshu’s school.. Their friendship..their love.. Their romance… Their marriage..
Arvi is studying 8th std.. Aishu joins same school..she will be Arvi’s junior.. Their small fights make them come near.. Then their friendship starts.. He learns about his feelings towards her.. Stays silent till he achieve something in his life.. Then Propose her.. Then their marriage will happen with little problems but their love will be same all time..
Please tell your opinion about starting this fiction..
Pooja di congrats for your marriage.. Happy married life.. I wish I could read a story written by you again..please try to come back with another story di…please di…
Friends don’t forget to comment…

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arshu’s love story introduction

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