But before proposing her I decided to confess my feelings to her mom that “I love your daughter and I will like to take our relationship to the next level. I will like to marry her.” I met her parents a couple of times in between. Luckily her mom was also very positive about me as I was one of her favorite students in school.
One day Vani told me that she is going to London for her diploma in law for 2 months. I was sad that she was leaving and I will be missing her to the core. So, I made a plan, to go to London and surprise her.”
“I asked Vani to share the number of her roommates and friends who were going with her. And then, I pinged her friends asked them to help me arrange the proposal for her and to keep this as a secret. I applied for an urgent visa and luckily got one.
When I landed in London, I called her and asked her where is she, she was at her apartment. I said there is someone knocking on the door. She said no, I didn’t hear any such sound. I asked to check once. The moment she opened the door she got surprised that how come I am here. But that was just a trailer, picture toh Abhi Baki hai mere dost.
I had planned to propose her on tower bridge, near to girl with a dolphin fountain giving it a touch from her legal field. I drafted a contract for her, arranged will you marry me T-shirts for her friends with the lawyers’ robe over them.”
“The proposal went as planned, seeing the happiness in her twinkling eyes, the billion-dollar smile it was all worth planning for.
A day to remember, she is mine today, tomorrow, and always.
A big thanks to all her friends for making our day so memorable.”- says Siddhant.