All the Old members of the Geet facebook page who had joined at the very beginning would remember Amna Khan very fondly. She was one of those few members who won over hearts with her witty sense of humour and sensitivity. She was as popular as the administrator of the page. Her posts would instantly draw crowd and in numerous comments would pour in no time.
Today even though Amna is no longer an active member on the Geet page and the newbies may not know her, but she still reminences her days on the Geet forum and agreed to share her experience on Rangmunch.TV.
"I’d had a few upsets in early 2010, had lost myself and was going through depression when in May I came upon Geet. I was completely hooked in a few seconds of watching it and have never been so crazy about a show like I was for Geet. The old Geet fans know my level of “crazy” for the show LOL. This simple TV drama actually got me out of my slump and made me happy… happiness truly does come from simple pleasures. I made new friends online on the GEET facebook page that are still with me, I started dressing up again and taking better care of myself; going out more with family and friends; even had the guts to finally start dating again after almost a decade. Sure, I may not have solved all my problems or gotten lucky in love but the happiness and exuberance I felt while watching the show actually lives on today, in that I do not need the show anymore because I found myself again! I also feel that rather than looking for love I should just keep on living life to the fullest and enjoying myself until one day, while running around living fabulously, I’ll collide with “the man” that is even beyond my wildest dreams, or should I say the Maan! (Pun intended)"
My favorite scene will always be when they first introduced Maan’s character. When he saves Geet by pulling her out of the water, that moment where he tells her to shut up was marvelous and so cute too. Time stood still as they stared at each other, I could see a mixture of emotions from confusion to intrigue to bewilderment and obviously electric attraction! It still feels magical and gives me butterflies to this day.