'I don't want to get married!'
'Then what do you want to do? You are already 27, do you want to remain in your parents house forever?'
'So now your own daughter is a burden to you?'
'No darling. Listen to me, you are a girl and someday you will have to leave this house and go. Is there anybody else in your life?'
'Ofcourse not mom! There is no one!'
'Then why not marry this boy, he's really nice. Give him a try, he might turn out to be better than you think!'
A doorbell rang, and Urmila was brought back from her memories. She remembered the discussion she had had with her mother before reluctantly agreeing to marry Ajay. It had been 3 years since they got married and in these 3 long years they never learnt how to live with each other. There was constant bickering, nagging, taunting about things as small as the number of spoons needed on the dinner table. Then a month ago, finally fed up of having to tolerate each other, they filed for divorce. Urmila got up to open the door, expecting the postman with the some divorce document. Instead it turned out to be her mother-in-law at the doorstep. She never wanted them to take a divorce fearing the society, and she had come here to talk it out with Urmila. Urmila had a feeling that it would turn out very much like the talk she had with her mother...