Dia adjusted her dupatta and sat on the comfortable chair. This was all new to her. Bride-seeing indeed. She could imagine her young female achiever side screaming in anger in her head. Does she even believe this is happening? But, her mother had used her tears to blackmail Dia into this er.. arrangement. The prospective groom was a unique specimen, her mother had insisted. ‘Lakhon mein ek’, ‘the special one’.
Dia had reluctantly agreed and she wanted to get over the ‘meet and greet’. Her friend Sonia had assured her to just act normal as she had no intention to marry the guy.
The groom cleared his throat and asked, ‘So, are you a computer programmer?’
Dia’s eyes shot up to his face. None of her Non-techie friends had ever asked her that as they could not understand what does ‘programming’ mean? For them, a techie meant just tapping away at the keyboards for god knows what.
She muttered a demure, ‘Yes’. Her mother would be proud of her tone.
Surely the guy is not dumb, she decided. After all, no harm in knowing a new person.
After the formalities and initial awkwardness, the guy asked Dia if he could talk to her again to which, she agreed.
And thus, It started. The guy, Sameer, who was miles away from computers and software gradually entered Dia’s heart and made space for himself beside her computer love.
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