Pyar dosti hai ... agar woh meri sab se achchi dost nahin ban sakti,
to main usse kabhi pyar kar hi nahi sakta ...
kyunki dosti bina toh pyar hota hi nahin ...
simple, pyar dosti hai
And that was King Khan’s reply to his skimpily dressed literature teacher Ms Briganza in Kuch Kuch Hota hai. Yeh keh kar Khan saab to chal diye aur siyaapa duniya bhar mein daal diya. Friendships turned into love and love turned into friendship and the above dialogue was forced into every relationship, platonic and otherwise.
Kuch Kuch Hota Hai, a Bollywood bang bought new light to romance, displayed various shades and strengths of friendship, converted many to believe in shooting stars and dancing in the rain and gave birth to innumerable savvy Rahuls, chirpy Anjalis and sultry Tinas across the world.
It also communicated to many that true friendship is always tested, tried and tattered where hearts are broken, jealousies arise and sacrifices are made. And at times it is only after big losses that the simple, uncomplicated and clean bond of old friendship is revived again. However, if it also means dancing in figure hugging chiffon saris under a huge rainstorm with Shahrukh Khan to realize true love…then… Kuch kuch nahin, bahut kuch hota hai!
Talking of friendships, many of my friends thrive on Kit Kat chocolate, the clean, uncomplicated wafer with a thick coating of sweet milky chocolate. And todays’ recipe also features this lovely little devil. A healthy concoction of unassuming chia seeds, sweet coconut cream, tropical pineapple juice laced with sultry melted chocolate and chopped Kit Kats, presenting to you Pina Kolada pudding with Kit Kat chocolate