He is not the only child and has one sister and two brothers.
He goes to a school within the metropolis where he neither has sufficient friends nor performs substantially in class. His colleagues cannot easily understand him; he leaves the school immediately after the children are let free and do not entertain any friendship. Brian keeps to himself, this illustrates that he is a depressed child contrary to his upbringing. The only person who interests him is Sophia. She is a humble girl, just as Brian.
Two men dressed in black immediately jump out of the car that has its engine running and they gang his mother. They shove her ruthlessly into the trunk of the van; the street is full of people. Brian believes that at least anybody could have seen what had just taken place; unfortunately, no one comes for help. He is left alone and proceeds home in anticipation of telling his father what had just happened only to arrive and find no one there. After a few days, they are able to have their mother back with the help of the FBI.
Brian and Sophia grow up together. Their friendship ends up being loved and people make fun of their childhood love. However, they are hardly intimidated by such talks. They end up joining the same college.
Brian and Sophia planned for months about their wedding. Although they have been high school sweethearts and had been together for years, their excitement about their relationship never faded. All classmates knew that their love was genuine.
Sophia’s parents were well up than those of Brian; they bought her a vehicle as a birthday present. Every morning, she would go picking the love of his life as they head to school. Weekends were their best moments; they went out for ice cream and have time to nurture their love and marriage.
It seemed like a dream if not a joke, as the classmates’ gossiped saying that this was stupid of you.