I had little money then, Rs 6 was my budget for a few months.
After the movie started, the ticket checker who had become our friend, would take us to the balcony to watch it. I wondered why he was so kind to us 🙂
Movies were the only way I could dream because reality was far from it. The movie theatre was air conditioned. Where I lived we had no power through the night in the 40 degrees celsius heat. So the AC theatre was like heaven & even after the movie ended I never wanted to go back to reality:)
My dad had lost his job & his savings in business.
My reality was a 6*6 feet room with a sheet roof with no windows. Mornings I got to see the sunrise because I had to stand in a queue for water, there was even a queue for the toilet.
I would wait for every sunrise, smile at the sun, in the hope that life would change one day.
And Life finally changed one day:)
Tough Times are a blessing, they make us grow & be grateful.
Why not welcome Tough Times?
Why fight them & be unhappy?
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