Algu and Jumman had a good connection until they became adversaries owing to family and other issues. When Algu handed down his verdict to the Jumman's aunt, she refused to obey him because she loved Jumman more than her own life. This made Algu kill Jumman by burning him alive in his house.
Before he died, Jumman called out for help but no one came to save him. He also told Algu that he was not alone so Algu went to punish another enemy named Kisa. When Algu reached their village, he saw people praying at the site where Jumman used to live and decided not to harm them. Instead, he killed a goat as a sacrifice to bury Jumman. After performing this ceremony, Algu returned home.
Now you know how close Jumman and Algu were. They were very friendly with each other until some issues arose between them which led to them becoming enemies. Even though they were rivals, they still cared about each other's lives even after they started fighting. In the end, Jumman sacrificed himself to save Algu from Kisa who was about to kill him. This shows that even though they were rivals, they still had love for each other that stopped them from harming each other.
They rekindle their friendship as Jumman leads the panch between the disagreement between Alagu and Samjhu over the price of the bullock. Jumman made the correct decision, despite his plans for vengeance. As a result, when he discovered how tough it was to be the head of panch, he felt terrible for his attitude and they reconnected. Later, when Alagu becomes blind, Jumman guides him around by using his ears.
This story is about friendship and loyalty. Even though Jumman wanted to kill Algu, he didn't because he knew that would be wrong. Instead, he decided to help his friend by leading him around until Alagu found another way to navigate life. This story shows that even though we may want to fight for our rights, we should never hurt those we love most. Always remember that friendships are very rare gems that you must preserve always.
When they got to the city, it was a watershed moment in their friendship. They used to live in the village, and his grandma would accompany him to school because it was adjacent to a shrine. However, in the city, the writer attends an English school, and his grandma does not accompany him. Even though the writer comes first in his class, he still can't stand going to school. One day when the reader goes to the park with him, he sees a beautiful girl reading a book by Victor Hugo. The girl is actually Iseult, one of the most beloved characters in French literature. Fascinated by her beauty, the writer stares at Iseult all day long. When evening comes, she leaves the park and goes back home without noticing him.
Meanwhile, the writer's father has died and his mother has married a rich man named De Rocher. She moves into the house that the writer shares with his brother so that she can manage their household expenses. Although she likes her new husband, she still misses her son's company. Every night after work, she goes to a tavern with other wealthy women from the neighborhood to drink wine and talk about their daily problems.
One day when the writer's brother takes him to the park, he sees Iseult again! This time she remembers him and smiles. Encouraged by this sign of kindness, the writer decides to pursue her despite the fact that she is promised to another person.
Alunsina was enraged by this criticism, and they fought all day. Tungkung Langit drove his wife away in rage. And with that, Alunsina vanished, leaving no sign of where she had gone. After a few days, Tungkung Langit was lonely and missed his wife. So he decided to look for her again.
He searched everywhere for her but never found any clue about her whereabouts. All the orangutans in the forest were sad to see Tungkung Langit cry so much. But none of them knew what to do to help him find his wife. One night, an angel came to Tungkung Langit and told him that there was still hope for him to find his wife if he went to the land of dreams. The next morning, when Tungkung Langit woke up, there was a bridge right before him, leading to the land of dreams. He knew this must be some kind of miracle from God, so he crossed the bridge and arrived in the land of dreams. In here, he saw many beautiful women waiting for someone to marry them. Tungkung Langit looked at these women and chose one named Iria. She seemed nice so he married her.
After they got married, Iria took Tungkung Langit to see her family's plantation. It turned out that Alunsina was the daughter of a rich man who owned this plantation.
Rivalry may sometimes blossom into a new friendship. While some people reconcile after the event, others never become friends. Drashti Dhami and Vivian Dsena, who co-starred in the famous Colors TV show "Madhubala-Ek Ishq Ek Junoon," are one such real-life couple that couldn't get along. The two used to fight on set daily, which resulted in both of them quitting at some point.
They have had several controversies during their career as well. In 2008, Drashti Dhami filed a legal notice against Vivian Dsena for allegedly copying her style while shooting for a commercial. In addition, there was another controversy when it came to Vivek Oberoi's role in the show. Originally, he was supposed to play Vivian's husband but due to some reason, he was replaced by Rajat Kapoor.
However, despite all these controversies, both Drashti Dhami and Vivian Dsena remain close friends today. In fact, they even talk about making a comeback together if the show gets relaunched soon.
We know Oda was a close friend and a vital figure in Dazai's life. This is a proven truth. Chuuya is considerably different from Oda, and his connection with Dazai is likewise very different from Oda's. However, this does not rule out the possibility of Chuuya and Dazai becoming friends. They are both independent spirits who have no interest in following the crowd. If anything, it makes them even more likely to become friends because of this common ground they share.
Here's how I see it: Chuuya is a loner who lives on his own terms. He has no interest in making friends with anyone so he wouldn't make any attempts to befriend others. At the same time, he is also extremely independent-minded who would never allow someone else to make his decisions for him. This combination of traits makes Chuuya and Dazai perfect partners in crime who share a love for breaking the rules.
Now, as for their relationship after releasing Dazai from prison... Well, we don't know that yet! But given what we do know, it seems clear to me that if there was ever a chance for Chuuya and Dazai to become friends, this is exactly what happened.