Letting go Ahana and Kankana speak to each other of a tragic affair involving the marriage of a friend to one Banalata and of the unearned disrepute this gave Kankana.
Life Chitra wins a land-seizure case against her late parents’ property manager, despite numerous failed attempts on her life. Chitra uses her case winnings to begin a charity organization to provide housing for the poor. A good one.
Light A young blind girl teaches other blind children life skills, including vocational, after an incident with one Mahesh which lead her on that path.
Light in the darkness Young Parna wants to marry Yash, who suffers an accident, and when Yash refuses Parna’s offer of marriage, at least at first, Parna softens his resolve by reminding him of the meaning of marriage as a union of souls, not bodies.
Lion and Hyena Rushali is in a curious fix. With various men feigning interest in her, yet retaining distance, she becomes involved in a plot involving a cat-and-mouse game by two men, Mahindra and Sukhwinder, using her friends and coworkers. The wrap up at the end was rather satisfying.
Lost childhood Chandni leaves home to live with her aunt, rebelling and going AWOL when things get less than pleasant, and not good for her education. Suspcion flies when Chandni becomes pregnant in her twenties, leading to a suicide attempt. But what’s really going on? When her aunt isn’t her aunt, and her mother is not her mother, the hidden truth of Chandni’s life is revealed!
Love abused A love triangle turns sour for Sajal when the woman he thinks he loves chooses to marry their manager, leaving him cold after he drives away shy Revanti, perhaps the only woman who really loved him.
Love and lust Sujit has a rather rough life as an adoptee, and while in Tejnagar gets involved in a proxy rivalry with his “brother” Pratik over the pretty Raina. Sujit is not the best looking fellow around, but his superior moral character and authentic personality win Raina’s heart to Pratik’s ultimate dismay. Liked this one a lot!
Love and other feelings Two people discuss the topic of love, what is, what isn’t, and to whom it should be given. Things get complicated fast when the neuro-atypical are involved, with scheming parents to stir the pot!
Love is not enough Abhilash and Ashok are friends, and when Abhilash visits his friend’s remote village, he meets the gorgeous Leela, immediately falling for her, then wedding her before the pair moves to Kolkata. But love loses it’s appeal when Leela shows more of her differences from her husband. When the marriage sours from these differences, Ashok advises Abhilash on the best course for both partners. Does their marriage last?