Wednesday, February 13, 2008 13:23 IST
It is the season for red roses, hard-hitting romance and love messages now as we are well and truly into the Valentine week.
Cupid strikes this week in the Valentines Special Episode of Reliance Mobile
'Kaho Na Yaar Hai', as the very special Pulkit Samrat and Mouni Roy get mushy on sets.
The duo who got popular for their on screen chemistry as Lakshya and KT in 'Kyunki Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi 'may
no more be the fascinating jodi on screen, owing to Pulkit's walkout from the show, but the chemistry they both share has still not lost its fragrant touch, and this is to be seen to be believed.
Under dim lights and a perfect romantic atmosphere, the gorgeous couple got swayed away by emotions as they cuddled in each others' arms to the tune of "Ajab Si" from the recent blockbuster Om Shanti Om.
The chemistry oozing out of every dance step, every glance that the couple shared, the episode ended in true 'Filmi Ishtyle', with a very romantic Pulkit getting on his knees and proposing Mouni.
Are they another tv couple in the making? Only time will tell..
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