Dimple Cheema Vikram Batra: The biggest dream of a girl is to be a bride. Dimple Cheema saw her dream becoming a reality when she met Vikram Batra. In a few meetings, both of them had decided that perhaps they were made for each other and when the skyscrapers of Kashmir and the distance of miles could not separate the two, they made up their mind for marriage. Dimple had clearly said at home that if she would marry only Vikram. But in the meantime the war started in Kargil. So the wedding plan was stopped.
Dimple had started preparations
In the Kargil War, as the Indian Army was going on conquering the peaks, Dimple started feeling that now only a few days are left to wait. Soon Vikram will return and both of them will get married with pomp. In that difficult environment of Kargil, where Vikram was taking on the enemy, Dimple was lost in dreams of a golden future miles away. She was busy in preparations. On July 3, Dimple met Vikram Batra’s brother Vishal Batra in Chandigarh, smiling and asking, ‘When Vikram comes back, will you dance at our wedding?’ On this Vishal Batra also laughed and said- ‘Absolutely dance’. Then who knew what was in the pit of time.
The dream of becoming a bride remained unfulfilled
A girl cherishes the dream of becoming a bride since she sees her mother adorning her. Dimple Cheema must have done something similar. The folds of the mother’s sarees must have been opened a lot, must have been worn from behind her, the bangles gleaned from her, must have been scattered a lot about her accessories. This is what every lady does when she is growing up. So it is obvious that even Dimple Cheema would not have been untouched by this because childhood does not discriminate against anyone. But destiny did a discrimination with Dimple by not giving her a chance to fulfill that dream. What remained incomplete was the red couple that Dimple might have chosen in her dreams. The color of mehndi that could not climb on the palms, the fragrance of which smells of Dimple’s life and could not get the blessings of “Sada Suhagin” and “Dudho Nahao Pooto Phallo” which every girl deserves.