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“SHAHRUKH KHAN RUINED MY LIFE”, CLAIMED THIS MUMBAI GIRL

By Nirbhai Maan . 19th April 2018 10:30pm
“SHAHRUKH KHAN RUINED MY LIFE”, CLAIMED THIS MUMBAI GIRL

We have grown watching Bollywood movies and some actors, movies and songs have touched our hearts. Bollywood fans are aware of the fact that Shahrukh Khan is the king of romance and we have always dreamt of someone who would love us like Shahrukh does in Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge or Kuch Kuch Hota Hai. But the case of a Mumbai based girl who featured on the page of ‘Humans Of Bombay’ is different here, who says that Shahrukh has ruined her life. It came as a shock to us that how Shahrukh can do this but the story behind this line is something else. [caption id="attachment_34757" align="aligncenter" width="696"] Source[/caption] She, a Bengali who loves a Punjabi baniya shared her love story on the page as: “Shahrukh Khan ruined my life! Since I was a little girl, I always dreamed of having the ‘perfect proposal’ from the perfect man. Violins would start playing in the background, he would walk up to me slowly, while the wind blew in my hair, fall to his knees and hand me the ring. But that never happened. In fact, we found ourselves in the middle of this mess where I was trying to convince my Bengali parents to let me marry a Punjabi Baniya! We’d been dating for 3 years, but the majority of that time was spent on bringing our families together. At one point in our relationship, we were sure that we were going to get married --so he never even tried to ‘surprise’ me with a proposal. Amidst all this drama of a big, fat Indian wedding, I realised-- I never had my filmy moment! So, on his birthday, I decided to take the matter into my own hands. I planned a surprise party at the restaurant where we had our first date, and as soon as he walked in-- I asked the DJ to play “Marry Me” by Bruno Mars and fell to my knees when he walked in. I said ‘Ashish Aggrawal-- I want to spend the rest of my life laughing, crying and fighting with you-- will you marry me?’ He looked at me, smirked, pulled me in for a hug and whispered - ‘let’s hope our kids aren’t as filmy!’ And just like that, I created the moment I’d been waiting for..why do women have to wait for the guy to propose? It’s a new day, new age-- if you like him, then maybe you should put a ring on it!” The story is cute, isn't it? Don't we just desire for a Bollywood kind of proposal? Well, some people write their own fairytales.