Justice Rumi meets a stranger who regularly attends her performances, a mysterious man who seems quite smitten with her. He seems rather odd, not the typical bar customer, but polished and cultured, and has an unusual request: to read the diary of a woman dead by her own hand after the schemes of another! But is this man truly fallen for her, or is there some other motive? Would like to see a follow-up story where the motive plays out!
Kamal Kamal is deceived by promise of marriage to another, another who has no intent to fulfill said promise. Her pregnancy from this sham results in a daughter. She returns to her hometown an outcaste from society and years later, leaves to marry elsewhere. What of her daughter, many years later? She’s met by Medha, who knew Kamal, and a marriage between the daughter, Sujata, and Medha’s son is arranged.
Karuna Preeti encounters a bundle in a local park, thinking it kittens, but in fact an abandoned baby. After years of pining for a child, what does she make of this? After adopting the child, years pass, and she, named Karuna, takes up her mother’s trade in a design studio. Karuna meets someone, Jay Sen, an artist she’s long admired; what results from this? With the disapproval of Jay’s family, Jay wishes marriage, which goes through anyway, and things shift for Jay’s parents. This one ends nicely for all involved!
Kashish Kashish and Suman are sisters, and when Deepak notices and then begins seeing Kashish, to the consternation of Suman, and the initial disapproval of his parents, does Deepak overcome this obstacle? This one I rather enjoyed.
King meets Queen Tapesh and Jishnu gossip about a suspected murderer of two previous wives getting married again, but does the one suspected get another opportunity to murder again from this third marriage? It doesn’t end favorably for him, as his third wife is better prepared!
Kitso Mili finds an abandoned kitten, and chooses to rescue him. The kitten turns out to be rather feisty but develops a close friendship with Mili’s dog. Does he stay or leave as he grows? I liked this one!
Komal Shubham is married to Rani, each the opposite of the other, and neither happy with the arrangement. Their young daughter, Komal, holds them together, but for how long? When Rani leaves both father and daughter, there is at first relief, and then Shubham meets an old college flame, and love is rekindled for both.
Life goes on Smita meets young Mishtu, a child of her neighbor Jayanta, with a complex past marriage, and as they get to know each other, things get interesting. This one was good.
Kiss the frog The Infamous 3 gossip of the success of young Karuna in her marriage to one Amrut. Their object of ridicule is the froglike Sohan, who ends up failing to prevent the marriage despite trying. His description reminds me of some of the seedier movie roles played by the late Peter Lorre