I love to wish. And I am not joking about it. This post is what my heart says and if anyone ever feels that he or she may want to make fun of it, then please do. I don't mind when people make fun of my feelings. OK! I mind but I understand them, because I do the same.
I just saw the movie- 'Sorry Bhai' and it made me think. Actually I think it is the combo of 'Dasvidaniya' and 'Sorry Bhai' that has got my wheels running. First 'Sorry Bhai'- I really liked the climax of the movie and the ending too. It was correct of Sanjay Suri to leave Chitragandha for Sharman. Love might not be the strongest force in the world( read God) but it is pretty powerful and in absence of it, or rather it being present in his brother and fiance, it was the best choice. But it is not this thing that got me think. I was wondering about the decision of our hero & heroine. They decided to give this feeling or whatever was brewing a try instead of acting on what world thinks. I believe that marriages are made in heaven or as I am agnostic I shoud say-" I believe that almost all people together deserve each other". I do not believe that there is something like a mismatch. Yes, people might end up in wrong relationships but if they think they deserve better and are still together then they don't. And whatever the world might think if a couple is together happy, they deserved each other and the happiness even if there is a huge age difference or religion/caste barrier or anything like in 'Sorry bhai'.
There's was a good decision( read risk) to NOT sacrifice their love and atleast tell the truth. It destroyed a couple of relationships I agree but it was better this way else it would have been just three wasted lives.I always value honesty above everything. I have decided that I will take risks in my life from now on. I have always been a safe player. I do not take much risks in my life but I guess it is time to give it a shot. Also at 20 I can afford to take a few risks. And these risks will be honest and true attempts not fake tries.
Second thing which I thought was after watching 'Dasvidaniya'. Life truly is short. I mean I look back in life of 20 short years and realize that they went very fast. Really-really fast. In fact I have spent one and a half year in IIT now and it was just a while ago that I gave JEE. So, instead of doing things which mean nothing to me I should do things that make me happy and give my life a meaning I and not the world understand.
Combining the two actually gave my life a new meaning. I have a lot of dreams but I do not execute many of them. I have been waiting for a perfect timing; some sort of enlightenment I guess. 'Dasvidaniya' made me realize that waiting can be dangerous as I might end up doing only that. 'Sorry Bhai' made me realize that I should not be afraid to fulfill my wishes or at least give an honest attempt to them.
I have many wishes. It is time to execute upon them without fear, with honesty before it is too late.