My Dear Rani,
Oye Gujariya!! ( village girl ), Thank you for a big message that a Person who knows barely anything can also survive in different country and can make lifetime of friends. Your boyfriend ditched, you went on your honeymoon alone and managed to gain confidence which is truly wonderful.
You barely did know English, you ended up in Paris, France. You ran away from Eiffel Tower, feared, scared and depressed. You found Vijay ( Vijaya Lakshmi ) one of your best friends and made awesome memories with her, changed your attire yet kept limits as an Indian. You didn’t anywhere loose yourself, you always stood up for yourself, explored the city yourself. You are the brave one my dear.
You moved to Amsterdam later, you got stuck in a dormitory with all guys, your were fearless and stayed with them and eventually found out that all guys are not bad. You found peace in their company, You forgot about your boyfriend and you started to live again. You earned immense appreciation by selling the authentic Indian street food ” Pani Puri “. You’ve shown that Indians aren’t less in any field, You kissed a guy to prove Indians are best in anything.
” Mera sense of humor bahut acha hai, aapko dheere dheere dheere pata chalega”. Indeed your sense of humor was awesome and I realized it lately. Looking at you, your boyfriend came back and begged you to be back in life, you were in dilemma but soon realized that he isn’t the one for you, and you chose to meet up your friends for one last time and make the best memories.
Thank you Rani for having taught me that everyone aren’t perfect but when they eventually when they try to challenge their inner self, they get the best out themselves and relationships are not only the important ones but friendships are too. I’ve learnt a lot of things from you either it be the gullible friend or the confidence soul you were always best at heart. You just gave the best moral of life that,” it’s all your confidence that plays a major part in your life, even you don’t know the language or you don’t understand the cuisines, one can still manage with talent and confidence.”