[It Was Altogether A Different Story Now. Abhilasha Started Coming Out Of The Cold Aloofness Which Had Become Her Second Nature, While For Arvind, It Was Like ‘fiddle Found A Melody'. He Was In Love With His Life Again. With Their Growing Intimacy, Came The Desire To Meet Each Other. And At Last It Materialised When They Fixed A Date For Meeting. The Long Awaited Day Came. A Sleepless Night Of Nervous Apprehension, Culminated At Dawn, As Abhilasha Could No Longer Lie Down. While There Was Much Excitement At The Prospect Of Meeting Him But The Possibility Of A Probable Mismatch Between The Real Arvind And The Virtual One, Loomed Large On Her Mind, Making Her Feel Nervous.]

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