Vivah | 2006
Poonam is a middle class girl who lives in the small town of Madhupur. After the demise of her parents, when she was very young, her Chachi fulfilled the void of a father in her life. But her Chachi was unable to accept Poonam as her own child as Poonam was more beautiful than her Chachi's own daughter Rajni. Bhagatji takes Poonam's marriage proposal for Prem, son of Mr. Harishchandra, a renowned businessman from New Delhi. Prem is the soft spoken, charming and well-educated young scion of one of New Delhi's most prominent business families. In spite of being bought up in the fast city life of New Delhi, Prem is rooted to the ground and has retained his family's traditional values and upbringing. Prem agrees to meet Poonam, get to know better and then take a decision. What follows is a "meeting" arranged by the two families. Prem and Poonam are suddenly in the midst of a situation they have never been in before. What starts off as a formal exchange of words, grows into a deeper, meaningful conversation. Prem and Poonam discover their soul mates in each other. They are engaged--to be married in six months. Prem and Poonam go through the most magical and romantic period of their lives. Both realize the importance of the engagement rings that they have given to each other and the special right that they have got on each other in return. Coming from different sensibilities, both want their relationship to be very "right" for each other. Six months fly by and just when everything was set for Prem and Poonam to get married a crisis puts the love of Prem and Poonam through a trial by fire.