True love never discriminates people on the basis of caste, colour, creed and at times gender, it is we people who do it and yes, love is blind.
But, the laws of love in India are somewhat different from anywhere else. Here love does not choose two people to fall in it; it is the parents and the relatives deciding who should fall in love with whom and fifteen minutes are enough for that.
‘You Were Never Mine’ is not an extraordinary love story. It is a simple story of two lovers that keeps on repeating in India.
It is the story of two lovers who first met during their teenage while sharing an auto. Soumya’s eyes looked forward to reach the school, whereas Ansh’s gaze was fixed upon her. While she was tensed about getting late to the school, he was busy in observing her divine beauty and dreaming about bunking together.
It was the destiny and the technology that brought them closer and so closer that they couldn’t see anything else around them.
Years after, life becomes difficult and pathetic for Ansh when he had neither his mother nor Soumya beside him.
Was this the end of their love? Where there is a hope, there is a way. A hope continuously lingered within Ansh that Soumya would return back and this kept him going ahead and reaching heights, but this hope remains just a hope until he meets Soumya again after few years and everything was killed.
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