S1E9 – Harry, The Love Guru
Raima unburdens herself after narrating the attempted rape incident from her childhood to Harry. She thinks of him as the father she's never had; her biological father having passed away when she was three years old. Harry advises her to busy herself with work to keep her mind from worrying excessively about Shom. However, he can't help but give expression to the intense nature of the relationship between Raima and Shom. It takes a pure heart to understand love, the kind Raima and Shom possess, he says.
S1E8 – Raima’s Justice
Raima has just got an influential builder convicted for attempted rape. Her determination comes from a traumatic childhood incident when she had been sexually assaulted by her uncle. Saving her dress as evidence, she had forced her uncle to mend his ways in return for silence.
S1E7 – Holi Ho!
It's Holi, the perfect time for Harry to meet up with his friends Shom, Raima, Khush, Swapna and Natasha. Everyone is in high spirits with the food, sweets and bhang. Shom and Raima, who have been apart for a while, find the time to be with one another. Shom clears Raima's misconceptions about bhang, 'the drink of the gods', as he describes it. Shom thinks Raima is being materialistic but she reassures him that all she wants is to be with him. Love triumphs as they express their feelings for each other.
S1E6 – Spiritual Love Is Possible Only When You Undress Your Mind
Shom and Raima discover that words become redundant when love rises to a spiritual level. A mere glance is enough to convey everything. This is possible only when you open yourself completely to your soulmate. The result is sheer bliss.
S1E5 – True Love Is Not Bound By A Relationship, Nor Is It Defined By One
The love that soulmates have for one another is like free-flowing water. It is neither bound by, nor defined by a relationship. It adapts itself to the situation. That's why it is true love, like the love Shom and Raima have for each other.
S1E4 – You’re In Love Only If You Love Yourself
We all get so caught up with our life that we fail to realise that we ourselves are the most important person in our own life. We can love others only when we appreciate our true worth and love ourselves. Raima realises this, much to Shom's delight.
S1E3 – Are Shom & Raima really in love?
Raima is hassled about life in general. Shom calms her down and reasons with her that our attitude determines our outlook to life. What we consider bad experience actually teaches us a lot. While good experience can make us complacent. All it calls for is love and understaning.
S1E2 – The Ballad of Shom And Raima
Shom and Raima have had a lovers’ tiff. Shom worries for Raima’s future while she advises him to be patient. But love conquers all as Raima breaks into a poem and Shom responds in kind. All differences vanish, underscoring the power of true love.
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