Chapter 15: The Dreamy Terrains

She was in pain…terrible pain. The skin of her palm was torn. She could feel the stickiness of blood. The knee jarred against the pavement. The car sped away, its rear tyre scrapping against her leg. The door hung open – the door from which she had fallen out…no, she had jumped out…why? Why did she jump out of a moving car?

 

She sat gazing at its taillights, gulping in fresh air – for a moment there was relief …. and then a distant screech. It was turning. The car was turning around.

 

‘No one will come for you, Khushiji. No one will help you. No one will come to save you.’

 

Words hammered in brain…she wanted to shake them out…shake them out of her mind. The car…halted for a moment after taking the turn and then it restarted. It was moving…moving towards her ….she looked around…there was no one to help.

 

‘No one, Khushiji. They will think you ran away. Who would care now?’

 

‘You know what, you have no character, Khushi,’ another voice, heard weeks ago, joined the chorus.

 

The voices hurt her head, the words tore her heart.  She looked around for an escape. The highway was deserted…sound of lapping water….a stone railing…she was on a bridge.  Stars in the sky, car accidents in the dark…darkness, how she had dreaded the darkness…since that car accident…which accident…she shook her head trying to remember..another accident when she had lost everything.

 

‘You ran away…with your lover. No one believes you…no one will ever believe you …. You have no choice.’

 

‘You have no character, Khushi.’

 

Disjoined words, hurtful words….she did not want to think about them. Stars in the sky calling out to her. Take care, my daughter. Get up, run, Khushi, run.

 

‘You have no choice…come with me or die…. I have seen to it…you can never go back.’

 

‘…no character.’

 

She pushed back the words…tried to bury them in her mind. Later.. later once the danger had passed, she would think…

 

The car was nearing, headlights rushed towards where she lay, fallen. She caught the maniacal gleam in the eyes of the man behind the wheels.  He was not going to stop. She got up, her knee buckled…she had to move away…move away fast, she dragged her injured knee and hurried away…on the pavement,…as fast as she could…lugging her broken leg…leaving behind a trail of blood.….her hair flayed around her…torn, tangled, the dupatta had fallen somewhere …somewhere her face bled…where, where was all this blood coming from?

 

‘No choice…come with me or die.’

 

The words would not go away. She banished them at the back of her mind, firmly… don’t think about what has passed. Think about the present, think fast…The headlights wouldn’t stop. The maniacal gleam pursued her…eyes of the devil. The engine roared behind her. She looked back, the car was tilted now, one side on the pavement on which she moved…. it moved towards her.

 

‘Come with me or die…no one will come’

 

Her spirit wavered. Every part of the body throbbed… one step after another…hurry…it is gaining on you…one step, another step…the knee, oh her knee. She would never be able to outrun it…she will never be able to outrun her bad luck.

‘No one will come’

 

‘Come with me or die’

 

She was near the end of the bridge…the driver of the car slowed down…he was playing with her… She came to a stand still…the car moved slowly towards her….slowly…playing the game…the hunter and the hunted….the cruel grin slashed beneath those evil eyes….she moved again slowly…it picked up speed…. Amid the mind numbing pain, a plan…another madcap plan, Khushi’s plan…she knew what to do.

 

‘Come with me or die’

 

‘Come with me….’

 

Gathering all her speed she started moving fast…fast…faster…faster…there was no other way out. Faster…the driver was getting angry, the engine roared…rushing towards her …full throttle…. She moved towards the railing…the car was on the pavement now…

 

‘…or die.’

 

Now was the time…she climbed the railing, the car lost control….splash…the coolness hit her…

‘Come with me or die.’

 

Sleep, silence, peace.

She drowned in them….here nothing hurt her…numbness … a different kind of darkness…darkness that healed…she wanted to stay there….she did not want to wake up…she did not want to hear those words again…banish the words, banish the memories.

But someone wouldn’t let her …

‘Wake up, Khushi. What happened? Are you okay…Khushi…Khushi, please.’

The hand on the shoulder shook her slightly. A familiar touch, a familiar voice. She opened her eyes with a jerk. They clashed with a worried pair, bending over her…’Are you okay? You were crying?’

The room came into focus. Khushi sat up as Arnav lowered himself on the side of the bed. Her back was drenched in sweat.

‘Was it a nightmare?’

Khushi nodded.

Arnav stretched out his hand to pick a glass of water from the side table and handed it to her. She gulped it down, its coolness pushing away the remaining effects of dread and panic. She leaned back against the bed rest, closing her eyes to calm herself. The heartbeats slowed down. She felt another set of fingers coming to surround hers, rubbing their warmth into her cold hands.  A soft glow of night lamp surrounded them.

‘Do they happen often?’ Once again Arnav wondered how little he knew about her life in the last one year.

‘No. They used to…immediately after the accident. Doctors said it was my mind trying to remember. But…’

‘But?’

‘But after I came to Sheesh Mahal and settled there, they stopped…within a first few nights. There was too much work there for dreaming.’ She opened her eyes to look at him. ‘I am sorry, I woke you. Was I noisy?’

He shook his head without taking his eyes off her. ‘Just thrashing around and muttering something…something like ‘run Khushi, no one will come. What do you see?’ he asked softly after a pause, as if reluctant to ask the question.

‘I don’t remember much…the words buzz around my head…and a car…a car rushing towards me…and I am trying to run…but my knee…my knee wouldn’t let me…and it keeps coming…at me…keeps coming till..’

‘Till?’

‘Till I jump of the bridge.’

A sharp intake of breath as he turned to her in shock. ‘You jumped.’ His heart came to a standstill. Arnav was sure it was vision of the night of accident. Probably the stress of the day, the strain of being in this room, meeting the people she knew and didn’t. All of it together had brought back the memories which the security of Sheesh Mahal had lulled to sleep….memory of her desperate attempt…to…to kill herself. She had not fallen off the bridge, she had jumped…she had tried to ….he could not even think. Khushi…the ever hopeful Khushi, she had been so desperate that she had jumped into the river.  “You did not fall, you jumped,” he whispered again, the words burned themselves on his heart and mind.

Khushi saw his fingers clench over hers. He looked shocked at the idea. ‘Yes, and the car follows me in the water,’ she was quiet for a moment. There were so many questions she wanted to ask. Only if he would answer. She looked at his fingers tightly gripping hers. ‘It was just a nightmare. A dream. I know what you are thinking. But it might not even be true.’  He nodded slowly, knowing that it was lie. She dreamt of that night…the night of the accident.

She knew he was not convinced. He sat still looking into her face as if trying to reassure himself. Khushi looked directly into his eyes and began again, cautiously. ‘You know, I also see a man … and I hear him. He is …is evil…and his words…words I was muttering. “no one will come to save you,” “ no one believes you,”  “come with me or die” – his words keep going around my head…Do… Do you know that man, Arnavji?’

Minutes passed, and as she had expected, the curtain of wariness came down between them. He was still worried, but he grew cautious. The hands enclosing hers so tightly loosened gradually, held hers for a couple of minutes and then let go, reluctantly.

‘You should rest,’ he withdrew. ‘There are still a couple of hours before morning. Try to sleep.’ He got up slowly.

‘Do you know that man?’ she persisted.

‘We will meet the specialist in a day or so , Khushi. See what the doctor says,’ he turned away. ‘Till then, you should take it easy.’

She hid her annoyance but stayed quiet. She was getting used to it. She stocked all that he evaded in her mind…and her mind, emptied out of the memories of the past, concentrated on the present and remembered it with a stark kind of clarity. Every conversation with her husband was clearly etched in her mind.

Arnavji knew about the accident, he knew about the car, yet he did not know where she was going. And now the man who had rushed to her in the car…she knew that he knew that man. And so did she…who was the man? And what did his words mean? The voice? No…voices…there was another voice… ‘You have no character, Khushi’ ….did it sound like…No!…that was not possible.!!!

Khushi lay awake that night, aware that Arnav too was not asleep. Yet the easy conversation of the evening was a thing of past. For a moment, she forgot her annoyance when she remembered the evening.  Had their relationship been always like this – always swinging to and fro – up and down, up and down – like the waves before they hit the cliff and broke.  There was no rest, no knowing, …no…no…trust. The word came to her as sleep enveloped the mind and body once again.

It is trust…we do not trust each other.

As he heard her even breathing, Arnav knew that Khushi was asleep. He had been lying motionless on the recliner…his mind still trying to come to terms with the fact that Khushhad been in such desperate situation. …she had been so helpless, so sure that no one would come to help her. There was this urgent need to see her closely, almost like an ache around his heart – to see her to reassure himself that she was there. He stood up and walked to the bed. She slept peacefully in their bed in their room. The sight eased him somewhat.  For some time he sat beside her, reassuring himself with her nearness, her warmth. ‘I am sorry,’ he whispered.  The words were meaningless.

He knew that if she persisted with her questions, soon he would soon run out of excuses. He would have to tell her everything.  Some more time…he told himself…some more time …

Just till she believes that I care. Till she can trust me.

The next morning Arnav mailed his cousin… the man of whom he had been so jealous of once. Rightfully so, he had often thought later. Probably even then he knew that Khushi would have been better off with NK…NK had sensed her goodness and warmth, had made her happy, had made her laugh. He had helped her when she had no one. Like Payal, NK had left them soon after Arnav’s revelations.  Over the year, he had not kept in touch and neither Arnav not Akash had tried to write to him. What was there to tell?

It would take some time to come from  Sydney, Arnav thought. But if he knew NK, Arnav was sure he was going to be here soon.

Two days later in the evening, as Khushi waited for Arnav, she went over her days in Raizada House. Arnavji had been right.  They cared…all of them, as much as they were capable of, even Mamiji. But most of all Arnavji.  After the nightmare, they had been cautious and tentative once again. Both of them remembered the conversation with great clarity…each aware of the other’s vulnerability as well as their lack of trust. When the horrible dream had revisited Khushi the next night, Arnav had been there, shaking her up from the sleep before she was lost in terror.  This time she did not ask the uncomfortable questions and he kept sitting next to her till went to sleep again.

Khushi had resolved to talk to Payal. But two days later, she still procrastinated in bringing up the past with her sister. Yet as they sat waiting for Arnav, Khushi did bring it up, albeit, unintentionally. She had been sitting with Anjali and Payal when Aditi, who was in Nani’s room, called for her mother.

Khushi watched Anjali rush away, her grace and elegance hardly marred by the limp.

‘Jiji, where is Di’s husband? I have been wondering…no one talks about him and..’ as Khushi turned away from Anjili to Payal, Payal lowered her head concentrating on the Chikankari embroidery she held in her hands. But not before she had caught the look of utter shock on Payal’s face. ‘Jiji, what is it? Where is he?’

‘He…he is dead, Khushi,’ Payal answered shortly, refusing to look up.

‘Oh…but Aditi is not even one…I mean, when?’

‘About a year ago.  Leave these sad things, Khushi,’ Payal continued with forced brightness. ‘Buaji had asked us to come over. Probably next week. Lets ask Dadi tonight.’

Khushi knew Payal was trying to divert her attention. But something about the words held her. ‘A year ago,’ she repeated, half listening to Payal. ‘That must be around the time I …I ..went away. Right?’

‘Khushi…’

‘Jiji, please…’

‘Please what?’ Payal still did not meet her eyes. ‘Why do you want to talk about those days. They…they were horrible, you know!’

‘No. I don’t. I don’t know anything, Jiji,’ Khushi looked at Payal earnestly, trying to make sense of what she had just learnt.

Payal watched Khushi as she puzzled over the facts she had revealed unknowingly.  She felt an urge to protect Khushi, especially now when she was asking about the darkest episode of the past. It was not her truth to reveal. Yet she could not lie. Payal moved towards Khushi and ran a hand on her head. ‘There is nothing. Those were terrible days. You had disappeared and two days later, Di’s husband had passed away….very bad time for the family.’

‘How did he …you know…what happened to him?’

‘A car accident,’ Payal shook her head, trying to shake away the horrible memories. What would she not give to forget it all.

‘Oh….’ Was Khushi’s only response.

‘So when we visit buaji’s house, I will show you the accounts…for your dabba service…and other things…’ Payal continued. ‘lets see what the doctor says. You can then take over next week…’

Khushi was not listening. A car accident, the words buzzed in Khushi’s head. A car accident. A car …a car…she had made one fall in the river, the car being driven by a devil. A car accident. Who was he? Khushi looked around. There were no clues. With half a mind, she listened to Payal telling her about next week’s visit to Buaji’s house.

‘So next week, okay?’ Payal asked.

Khushi nodded. Some how she had a feeling that her husband might have problems. She would speak to him later. Now she had other things on her mind. Once again she looked around before turning to Payal. ‘Jiji, why are there no photos here. Can I see some…our wedding…others…?’

Payal was silent for a moment before she gave in with a sigh. Our wedding? Wedding Album? There was no album for Khushi’s wedding. What would she tell her if she asked? What had Arnavji told her, Payal wondered.

But she could show Khushi her own album – the reminder of those happy sylvan says when it had felt that nothing…nothing could wrong. When, if someone had told them that their world would fall apart in a few days, the two sisters would have laughed at him? Yes, she could share those memories.  Payal rushed to her room and came back with a thick set photo album.

‘Here Khushi. The wedding album,’ Payal carefully avoided saying my album.  ‘take this. Dadi has asked for tea. I will go and make a cup for us too. Call me if you need something. ’

Khushi took the album eagerly and turned to the first page. It was a family photo.  All of them stood together. There she was, her bangle laden hand waving in front of Arnavji’s face who looked at her severly, with a feigned indifference. Khushi smiled. She looked so happy, happy and full of life… young.

Her eyes moved away to other people in the picture. Payal, Akash, Nani, buaji, Di and …. Khushi gasped. The door bell rang somewhere. Door opened, and she heard footsteps. Yet she could not tear her eyes away from the photograph…she stared into those eyes…those maniacal eyes…they had a face now.

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76 thoughts on “Chapter 15: The Dreamy Terrains

  1. poor khushi those night mare has been hounding her wish asr had talked to her and now she has the album payal really did she not think before she gave her it hope arnav reaches awesome update

  2. naushi78 says:

    the nightmares! and now his face in the album!

    poor Khushi………..
    NK,should come back and then Khushi and Nk can be buddies and ARNAV his usual jealous self ehehehe

  3. soppymalhotra50 says:

    Omg!….is khushi going to remember now?
    I feel so bad for arnav……hes literally going through hell
    Update soon!

  4. stories1408 says:

    Poor khushi….how much she has to suffer due to ego of one man.asr’s state is also pitiable

  5. shafqee80 says:

    Yar ur writing is amazing …so khushi z begining to join dots ….and she has recognized dat maniac thru her eyes …

  6. shafqee80 says:

    Amazing amazing writing ….recognition process and joining d dots has started for khushi

  7. wordworm1993 says:

    Superb update.
    Khushis memory are getting back n that is not good for arnav.
    Poor khushi how badly she suffered in the hands of shayam. And the accident scene was horrible. No one is answering khushis question n with that her curiosity is growing.
    There are no proffer of arnav and khushi marriage and they cannot handle khushi enough for more time with excuses.
    Arnav is repenting.
    NK is coming, khushi is going to have fun time with best friend Cum brother.
    Looking forward for the next update.

    • Yes, as her memories return, time slips away from Arnav’s hands. How long can he live on excuses. Lets see how he comes to terms with this.

      Keep writing in, woodworm1993. 🙂

  8. Serendipitylove90 says:

    That was an intense update….the nightmare, the revelations of the truth…Arnav in pain again hearing that Khushi jumped….that she didn’t fall, she jumped! His worry over having to tell her the truth…the stalling until he feels that she trusts him….And how she came so close to realising that the voice that accused her of having no character was her husband’s! How he finally calls NK…But I wonder why he actually called NK??? Can’t he take things forward himself?

    How frustrated Khushi must be feeling- Arnav, payal…no one telling her the truth….and the final bit, where she realises who the maniacal eyes belong to- the lecherous brother-in-law who died in the car accident that almost killed her as well…..Now comes the bomb…
    I dont think she’ll let arnav go unless he tells her the truth! And once she knows thw whole truth, its gonna take arnav a lot of wooing and grovelling to make her love and trust him again!

    • She must be frustrated, first with Arnav and now Payal..everyone telling her only half truths. But KKG is pretty resourceful. And she would work out her answers soon. So any way he turns, Arnav is in a fix! No option but to woo and grovel.

      Why does Arnav call NK? Probably because he thinks that he owes that to Khushi as well as NK. After all, NK was there with her when no one was and Khushi needs as many friends as she can. Probably he has grown up enough to think about others rather than his own insecurities (I like to think that way).

  9. Serendipitylove90 says:

    Do mail/pm me when you update next vann….

  10. shagu123 says:

    oh god so she related shyams foto with his voice wat will happen now

  11. arshina223 says:

    Man!! how do you do this. This was fabulously fabulous update. The accident scene was the awesomest. The scene was playing in front of my eyes while i was reading it. A round of applause for that scene.

    And again my blood boiled reading that character line by arnav. It had pissed me off so much that i so badly wanted to thrash arnav’s head on the wall till it is crushed, i was and am so angry with that dialogue that i wrote a story from that scene( Inevitable pain ) to ease of the frustration inside me.
    Khushi now know the face of that man and now arnav have to give her some answers.

    I just love the whole update. It was marvellous And my favorite part ofcourse the accident scene.

    I’ve updated “Inevitable pain and Falling out of love “, read it when you’ve time.

    And update sooooon!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    • Hi Arshina,

      thank you! Yes, I couldn’t get that ‘character’ line out of my mind too. Probably more to come on it later. How we all are making ASR suffer for it!!
      Read ‘Inevitable Pain.’ Will soon go to “falling out of love”,

  12. xfan says:

    OMG I don’t know how I am going to survive till the next update please please please have mercy on the readers and update soon as atleast I will be thinking constantly about what happens next.

  13. geetanjali says:

    lovely update…………..so she jumped on her own……..to save herself and di’s happiness……..and now she knows who was after her life……..

    wow……..eager to read more….update soon

  14. savy.fernis says:

    Intense update! Amazing!

  15. anamnoor says:

    she gets nightmares of the accident thatdverry terrifying
    now that khushi saw shyam picture wat will happen now
    IF name-anamnoor

  16. dimp72 says:

    Wow! Just awesome – loved every bit. cant wait for the next update.
    Dimp72

  17. romaisaaa says:

    Wow….an interesting update for sure…. poor khushi…she has gone though hell…though arnav was at fault, but I still feel bad for him…..this ff is getting interesting with each update….desperately waiting for next update….keep it up…

  18. Gia says:

    Wow, another terrific update from you. I wish Arnav stopped avoiding everytime she seeks the answers. But then the story will be over, so its all good ;). Glad she is able to connect some dots with remembers Shyam now. Wonder whose footsteps those are. Arnav or is NK in India?

    Eventually she will connect the voice of the characterless comment too. That will set up the stage for an outstanding redemption.

    vandana – now can you please update soon???

  19. Sangs49 says:

    Intense update loved the pace . Now wondering will she remember or Arnav will tell or she will remember and wait for Arnav to confess.

    Whatever journey you plan I am waiting for next

  20. Atyay says:

    Loved the update.
    I have a feel that Shyam will be the link to bring her memory back. Also, if Khushi survived the accident, is it possible that Shyam is alive too.

    Will wait & look forward to your next updates…

  21. Anuradha says:

    Hi, Congrats for the blog. at last Khushi will get to know about the man who tried to kill her… awesome update dear..

  22. amu says:

    gosh y payal y ……. y did u show her the album without asking arnav permission…. now what will happen 😦

    amus5(IF)

  23. farheen75 says:

    I don’t know if what Arnav and Payal r doing is right but from Khushi’s point of view it must be very infuriating and depressing as to being kept in darkness abt the past… The helplessness she must be feeling can make her more vulnerable to make certain conclusions which will be more damning for her relationship with Arnav but Arnav doesn’t understand that… Every time when her questions r remain unanswered it makes her more curious abt what happened in her past which is so bad that Arnav is not willing to share it with her… By not answering her queries Arnav has not left any choice for her but to keep all the questions keep festering in her mind and think of the answers according to her own sensibility no matter how far these answers can be from reality and frankly u can’t blame her either, its her life that has been lost and like any other human being she is desperately trying to look for answers so that she can make some sense of her predicament that she is in… Can’t wait for the next part.

    Farheen75

    • Yes. she knows that he cares but she knows he feels responsible for her condition. And arnav is aware that he would soon run out of excuses. And now is one of those times, when she might not except any excuses.

      will update as soon as I can!!

  24. maddy1270 says:

    the nightmare was horrendous, especially khushi having to jump off the bridge to save her life… what is more painful is how shyam’s threats are now intertwined with arnav’s hurtful words but nothing is completely clear to khushi… arnav’s guilt and evasions are what draw one to this story… love khushi’s determination to get to the truth, which payal has unwittingly given more clues to… when will she get to know the unpalatable truth, that is the question… already she has got the crux of the matter: there is / was no trust in the arnav-khushi marriage!

  25. lsavitree says:

    That was a painful & emotional update..love it
    Feel so sad for khushi but im glad to see a strong khushi who is trying to connect each words said by everyone
    &&&im glad to welcom NK & see a jealouse avav lolll
    Feel like syam is alive(hope its not true)
    Thanks for pm & eagerly waiting to read more

    • Everyone equates the arrival of NK with a jealous Arnav. 😀 He would be here in sometime.

      But nooo. not shyam. I killed him in the first part and let his body be found so there was no hope of his return. I can write him…this is going to be about Khushi’s return and Arnav’s atonement.

  26. sfghfj says:

    Amazing update. so khushi jumped from d bridge to save her life. And then khushi started having nightmares and now she saw shyam’s photo. Poor khushi she suffered a lot.. continue soon

  27. moonlightaura says:

    Khushi’s Amnesia is a blessing in disguise for all the people who have wronged her. They have been given a grace period to make up for their negligence towards her in the past. Love the way how you are opening the doors to Khushi’s journey towards the past, the picture is hazy for now, but once the curtains are up all hell will break loose… I hated the way that in show the Khushi easily forgave anyone. I want this Khushi to hold a grudge and demand her pound of flesh not from only Arnav but all the beings involved in this drama. Thanks for the prompt update.

    Take Care 🙂

    regards
    Moonlightaura

    • Thanks for the comment, moonlightaura! Her amnesia is indeed a blessing for Arnav and everyone else. For now, they have a chance to make up…but the past ahs to be answered for. And Khushi, here is looking for reasons for her condition. So it is definitely not going to be easy on anyone.

      Keep writing in.

  28. salove1789 says:

    i absolutely loved ittt

  29. Anamika says:

    Poor Khushi! Wonderfully penned part. Please update soon. Thanks.

  30. amri174 says:

    First of all, thanks for the blog link.Big smile I really appreciate it.

    Now to business.

    Wow. What an update.

    Your story has me so addicted that I just couldn’t resist reading the new chapter at least 3 times consecutively.

    So Arnav and Khushi are trying to make some progress with each other, which is being hindered by their trust issues. I’m glad you highlighted that, because I think it was at the core of their relationship in the show as well. How it was resolved, personally I didn’t like what the writers came up with- that Khushi was so innocent and naive that she forgot everything one day and accepted Arnav.

    So for me, your pace is just right.Smile The gradual exploration of their feelings will make some brilliant reading! I am already anticipating a lot from your build-up.

    The memories of Khushi’s accident as revealed in her nightmare were so heart-wrenching. In part, Arnav is responsible for it, and I’m glad that he got an inkling of that. He did reach out, but the gap between them is so big that he can’t console/pacify her. And Khushi is rightly intrigued by her husband’s silence.

    So NK will be back soon!!! YAYYY!

    Of all the male cousins in the family, I always liked him best. Of course Arnie is the protagonist, but he is a fictional character. In my personal life I’d like someone like NK. Cheerful, understanding, good-humored. And am I foreseeing some dhamaka with Arnav again jealous of NK? Now that Khushi doesn’t have any memories of the past, I’m eager to see whom she will choose this time. Even though she knows she has a husband, I think that she is also aware of the gulf between them. So, very very curious.

    And Khushi was at last able to place a face to the devil. Will this trigger her memories?

    MIND BLOWING update. Waiting for Ch 16.

    • No problems with the blog link. I dont want to lose the readers. Quite an irony that in the show, Khushi forgot everything easily and here she is so painstakingly trying to remember everything.

      Absolutely, NK is the real life perfect date!! Imagine meeting a man like ASR and him spouting all those nasty thngs about class and money. He is a larger than life drama character. Personally I was hooked to him because of the promise that once he falls, he is going to fall hard – but that never happened. 😦

      Will update as soon as I can.

  31. manikka says:

    khushi hav nightmares of the accidents..showing tht how helpless she had been in front of tht monster…..and sharing them to arnav, she unknowingly left him in a pool of guilt…..the whole accident thing will be a pain to know for everyone……and there payal herself give khushi a way to reach the answers of her questions…….
    well written dear……..
    wonderful part…

  32. fiza says:

    oops so he is back almost not in ture sense yet he that snake…. errr.. he made her jump.. man tht moment is like helll..poor khushi

  33. aarthi says:

    I read unforgettable completely today.. this story grips me like when it will take a turn.. its really good 🙂

  34. piyasahay says:

    Grt update…. Sad of khushi…. Lets c howz nk gona makeup fr hr…. Update soon

  35. Jhunnai says:

    Wow again…..really gripping ending…..I like your style of slowly opening up Khushi’s past…don’t u wish d serial had continued like this too?

  36. Nikita says:

    Omg she recognized Shyam!! I really want Khushi’s memory to come back! This is going to be such a big shock for her, now she has even more questions, and its getting harder and harder for everyone to evade them. Can’t wait for the next chapter!

  37. anamnoor says:

    have commented above already
    p.s IF anamnoor

  38. Stripepurple says:

    I have left a more detailed comment on the IF thread. Please do inform me if you make this blog private. I am loving this story so far. 🙂

  39. Omg now khushi knows it was Shyam… Her jijaji… I hope nk will be able to cheer her up a lil… Wat if she will remember him??he was the only one who believed her

  40. arjuhisis says:

    Iam new to ur blog – I was reading this story in IF and was diverted to the blog from chap 14
    The story is simply superb
    Will finish reading it and will comment

  41. addicted25 says:

    Gosh the man was a sadist aswell as a lunatic. I feel sorry for Khushi to realise that Shyam was Anjalis husband, Payal in her rush yo get ouf of the Q&A from her sister foolishly gave her thd wedding album…. why couldn’t she make up an excuse? ? I feel sorry for Arnav in that he has to be a standbyer while she regains her memories. I hope thatvits Nknor Arnav at the door

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