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Aankhon ki gustakhiyaan...maaf ho

Lovely song. There is something very sweet about the way the lovers are communicating by 'using the eyes only' in the midst of a big family function.

Why I remembered this song today is far from the reason for loving it. I have got an irritating eye infection which might be allergic or viral and it is supposed to be contagious. I am scared that I might transmit it to other unsuspecting people around me. My buddy's eye was aching this evening. Of all people, I don't want to give it to her. So, I am trying to stay away from humans for the sake of humanity. :)

In case I do manage to pass the virus to somebody, please accept my sincere apology. And enjoy this song which talks about other kind of 'gustakhiyaan' of the 'aankhen'.


Princess Fiona said…
get well soon! u have a long journey ahead..
JC said…
agree with monika, get well soon beta...delhi waalon ki infection mat dena jaake...:)
SagittalSection said…
@ Moni
I am recovering. The eye is much better now but the throat isn't. :(

@ JC
Main theek ho jaoongi thursday tak. Aur ye beta sunna achcha lagta hai humko... :)
Tanvir said…
Aakhir tumhara blog padne ka yaad aa hi gaya... :) Very good blogs... Humourous too...You seem to be an avid blogger... Keep it up.
SagittalSection said…
Thank you Tanvir for going through my posts (finally). :)

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