We read or watch a lot of books or stories. Some of them become our such favourites or intrigue us so much that we return back to them at intervals to re-read or re-watch.
Because, no matter how many books we read again or how many stories we watch again, somehow that old charm of that old story doesn’t get revisited for us.
That’s when we call these stories ‘classics’!
For Indian Television, when Iss Pyaar Ko Kya Naam Doon happened, the show was like a breath of fresh air. The way it was written, the way it was executed on screen and the two leading faces of the show added kind of magic to their scenes and the end result was bewitching.
So much so, that we still go back to re-watch this classic and probably everyone in this generation would do so for a long time to come owing to the beauty of the show.
Here are 5 breathtaking scenes from the show that can never be recreated with the same magic –
The Sparkling Lights Of Blooming Love
An unsaid attraction was wafting in the air and Arnav and Khushi were drawn towards each other. Khushi was stuck amidst circular array of diya’s and it was Arnav who held her hand and led her through.
Holding Khushi’s swiftly he became her prince charming. While the diya’s sparkled all around, nothing could really match the sparkle of love shadowing their eyes.
Arnav startled Khushi with his presence and she twisted her ankle. Overcome with care Arnav tenderly tended to Khushi’s pain. The emotion sparkling in their orbs was rock solid.
As Arnav enclosed Khushi’s precious anklet on her foot, a delicate moment was thus created. With just ‘Rabba Ve’ crooning in the ears the scene was magic.
Taking little steps towards Khushi as Arnav closed the distance between them, with the song ‘Jadoo Hai Nasha Hai’ playing in the background, as Khushi and Arnav lost themselves, it was their eyes that twinkled with the feelings unknown.
The sequences of Arnav and Khushi’s scenes all in a day’s play on Diwali, was all about subtle and soft display of love and every minute of it was bewitching!
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