Bad Can Be Good!!!
Bad Can Be Good!!!3 mins 131 3 mins 131
We all have gone through a phase, where we thought of giving up. But have you ever thought, time constantly changes? This bad phase shall also pass.
The best thing about bad time is it makes you stronger, it teaches you a lot, it shows real faces of people, embracing even the "NORMAL". A " Hope " within yourself that this is temporary, best is coming my way. This hope gives you a push, a push to take a risk, to make things work for you.
Even Ayesha was living with this same "Hope". She's a small-town girl from a middle-class family, who has a lot of dreams and some crazy fantasy to fulfill just like any other girl. Being the only girl in her family she was the apple of everyone's eyes till the day she became vocal about her dreams. Suddenly all the love was gone. Their sweet little obedient girl dreamt of becoming an "Actress", which in her family's view was termed as "Nauntanki", and "Aang Pradarshan". "Do you know these film stars do not have any character, do you want to be like them? What will society think?" Her father said angrily. Ayesha realized this anger of her family is just the beginning.
With each passing day, things started to become worse. From taunting to slapping, everything was done to stop her from her dreams. Neighbors did their job, laughing and gossiping. Things got worse when she ran to the love of her life, told him everything with the hope of getting support. But he was no less. "Choose me or your dreams," he said. "Dreams", she replied. "If you can't understand my dream, you can never understand me," she said with tears in her eyes. Ayesha was all alone now.
She was dying every day with no self-confidence left. She thought of giving up, cause she was not able to fight anymore. She closed her eyes and thought, not having a family's back is scary but having a dead dream was even scarier for her. With this, she flew towards her dream like air, leaving everyone and everything behind.
Ayesha was sitting on a couch with a coffee in her hand. "What's the secret behind your success?", the journalist asked. "My struggle, My 'I want to be' phase", she replied. "When I was struggling with my life, every single night I had thought of living this life that I am having today. After a long battle now when I am actually living my dream (looking at the award in her hand) I don't want to go back and I never will. This thought of never going back gives a push every single morning."
From fighting with society, going against family and love, Ayesha has come a long way. She's a much stronger, much more confident version of herself. This was not just a dream, this was everything she wanted for herself.
"Follow your dream, put in your best effort. Everything will fall into place."