Until we have seen somebody’s darkness we don’t know who they really are and until we have forgiven somebody’s darkness we don’t really know what love is.
-Marianne Williamson

Gaurav and Ria were destined to meet under the most unusual circumstances. Despite everything they tried in individual capacities fate had other plans for them and they were tied in the holy matrimony. HOwever, they soon realized something sinister was cooking up that threatened their love and their very existence.

How will Gaurav and Ria fight it all? Will they succumb to pressures or will they emerge victorious?

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