The people our parents were finding for us were not people we could see ourselves with.
And we were not very comfortable meeting people from the normal matrimonial portals,” admits Varsha.
so we went out, dated for a while & eventually broached the subject of marriage.
classic, young city boy Ren (Kenny Wormald) moves to a small town in the South where unchaperoned dancing is forbidden.
Abhishek had been suggested Salsa classes or cocktail making classes to search for single girls, while Varsha was also clueless about where to find single people.
One night, they made this group on Facebook and sent invitations to their friends to join.
From there, as the natural flow would take me, i went on to Delhi for college & then onwards to Mumbai for work.
Here, I discovered the freedom to make a life for myself as I wished. My well-intentioned parents tried their best to find me a "RISHTA" in their own “social circle” BUT failed because their “social circle” was not MY “social circle” anymore & I had nothing in common with the people there.
“In fact, the first member to join was a very close family friend, whom I literally bullied into joining.
Then we started forwarding invites to people and within the first week, we had 200 people,” reminisces Varsha.
when my parents, who are simple middle class folks from Kanpur, sent me to one of the best boarding schools in India.
70% Like Crazy A favorite from a number of 2011 film festivals, Like Crazy is about a British girl (Felicity Jones) who finds love with an American classmate (Anton Yelchin) while studying abroad in the US.
After she overstays her visa, she is banned from the country, and the couple is forced to figure out if their relationship is worth all of the stress.