ZEE5’s latest Telugu film, 47 Days is a murder-mystery starring Satyadev Kancharana in the lead role. Directed by Pradeep Maddali, the film also features actor Pooja Jhaveri (Juliet) and Roshni (Paddu) in supporting roles. While the film revolves around a suspended cop (Satya) trying to connect the dots, its genesis is in a childhood love story. Satya and Paddu grew up together and lived their ‘forever’ in a few moments.
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We’re sure, watching their love story blossom on screen brought back a few memories from your past love stories, too. Something about it makes you feel warm and fuzzy inside, doesn’t it? Here are a few things why we all will always have a smile on our face while thinking of such a tale.
Blossoms out of innocence
You barely know a thing or two about the ‘real world’ and the way it runs. But when you first fall for a special someone, it feels like magic. This feeling emerges out of pure innocence and it desires nothing but pure love.
Needs no explanation
When you have your first crush, you don’t ask yourself the reason behind it. In fact, you don’t even think of evaluating your feelings or the person you fall for. You simply enjoy the feeling and revel in it.
Feels easier and less stressful
Falling in love with the person you grew up with, elements many barriers. You do not need to wear a mask or hide a part of your personality. There is a sense of comfort and that alone makes things a lot easier.
Build on a strong foundation
When you witness a person falling down and getting up in life, you live through their good and bad times. There is a good chance that you contributed to their well being and success too. In such a case, what could you possibly have to lose or fear?
Acceptance is everything
The thing about growing up together and growing old with the same person becomes a natural phenomenon. There is no black or white, there is no good or bad. There is only love and acceptance. And that’s what pure love is all about. Isn’t it?
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