It's Not Right...but It's Okay
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'...if we have a past that we aren't particularly proud of, it doesn't mean that we can't have a promising future.'
Everyone has a past. But what if it becomes daunting baggage and spills over into the future?
A fiercely independent, career-driven girl, Angira, has recently changed her Facebook status to ‘single in Mumbai’. While work has been her only priority, a twist of fate brings Ved—a strikingly handsome footballer, the heart-throb of the college—into her life. He seems genuine and fun-loving, but based on past experiences, Angira knows better than to trust him!
Despite their contrasting personalities, the two develop an unexpected bond—a link for which they are about to risk everything they have.
A riveting tale about incorrigible lovers with a dark past, It’s Not Right but It’s Okay is a true story about finding friendship and love again.
still suspicious if this guy on WhatsApp is even real. She recalls what her mom had said before Angira had left for Mumbai. Her instinct to stay safe makes her block him later on WhatsApp. Though Angira is a kind person, she is quick at taking harsh steps when she senses something wrong. However, being kind-hearted as she is, she replies. Angira. So, you coming to watch my match? Will ask my friend. If she comes to watch your match, then so will I. Thanks for the help. Need to go,
Angira talk about Ved, Charu has come to like him and agrees to help him. ‘Okay. It sounds like a big surprise,’ she agrees to meet him in the evening. In the evening, Ved reaches her apartment and knocks on the door. He has started figuring out the perfect plan and imagines how Angira will respond to the surprise. Ved knows that confidence comes from planning one’s moves so the entire event runs smoothly. ‘Hey,’ a cheerful girl welcomes Ved with a broad smile. This must be Charu, but why
enter the house :P Arjun finds it hard to believe that Ved has texted him so early in the morning. He smiles reading his message on WhatsApp. It is not the first time that they have exchanged unkind words but this time, Ved was a little insensitive. Chill dude, that’s okay. You had your reasons… By the way, your dude is selected to play his next match for Kolkata :D That’s awesome! Now, we’ll have party! Yes, we will all catch up over some drinks. That you do anyway. This
thought you would be awake,’ she says. Angira, Anushka and Ved laugh together. ‘Let’s go,’ Arjun says and then they leave. While in the cab, Angira, Ved and Anushka write something on a sticky note and give it to Arjun. It says: The past is not our future. I believe. I believe. I believe. Epilogue I smile as I look at the sticky note Angira had given me the night we settled everything between us. I have kept it in my wallet since then and read it several times a day. It makes me
each bite of the aloo parathas with curd and butter. Along with dinner, Dimpy aunty brings her humour to the table as well. ‘Before marriage, Punjabi girls are hotter than the girls of any other state. After marriage, they are fatter than the women of any other state!’ ‘Speak of the devil and devil is here,’ Anushka says as Angira appears in the hall. ‘We were not talking about her, were we?’ Arjun jokes. ‘She’ll kill you if I tell her what you just said,’ Anushka says. Arjun looks at Angira