Sunday, March 23, 2008

Accidental love

I recently watched the new release "The Accidental Husband". There is something which remained with me after I completed watching the movie, I am still not able to think any less about it. There is Dr. Emma, the female lead who is a famous love doctor aka love guru and there is Mr. Patrick who is the male lead, an ordinary fireman. Mr. Patrick is the accidental husband of Dr. Emma. From what started as a revenge, they both eventually fell in love with each other. Emma did not fall in love with Patrick just after knowing him, but it was a gradual process. The time she spent with his family, his friends, with him in his social gatherings- everything added to make her fall in love with him.

So there can be two situations of falling in love with somebody- one can be when one does not know anything more than what the person is, like no knowledge about his family, his social lineages, his friends and his kind of gatherings; or the other can be to fall in love with the person after having encountered everything, after having spent time with his family and friends, having attended social functions with him, having known him quite well in and out.

I don't know which of the two is right. May be there is not much difference between them after all. May be there is not much to even think about in them. I am not sure.

2 comments:

Ashish Gupta said...

yes you are right. I've lived one such love and experienced very closely the other kind.


I strongly believe in "Proximity Love" rather than the one at first sight!

Niedhie said...

Hmmm... but I see no harm with love at first sight, if it turns out to be proximate later on!