New Delhi: If you weren't annoyed enough with the on-again-off-again couple in your friend circle, just take a look at the Twitter banter between Congress President Rahul Gandhi and Delhi's Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal. Despite having a rather tumultuous history, this couple is now giving netizens #lovegoals. 

It all began when a frustrated Rahul took to his Twitter handle to point out that coy Kejriwal had done a 'U-turn' once again after giving Congress hopes of an alliance in New Delhi. Though he did also mention, "Our doors are still open, but the clock is running out."

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Meanwhile, the Delhi CM chose to respond to this by using the age-old trick in the books of romance - playing hard to get. He replied, "कौन सा U-टर्न?अभी तो बातचीत चल रही थी आपका ट्वीट दिखाता है कि गठबंधन आपकी इच्छा नहीं मात्र दिखावा है।" (What U-turn? We were just talking. Your Tweet shows that you do not wish to have an alliance, it is just a charade.) 

Aww, you lovesick, kids!


This romantic Twitter banter has encouraged netizens to liken the situation with many Bollywood numbers about heartbreak and courting. So, here are our picks of Bollywood and love tips to bless this unholy union:

Kaho Na Kaho, Murder (2004) 

Before accusing your partner of making a 'U-turn' remember 'Kaho na kaho, yeh aankhen bolti hain'. 

Mana Janab Ne Pukara Nahi, Paying Guest (1957)

If the newly Twitter-anointed couple ever thinks of picking 'their song', we sure hope it is this one.  

Sajni Paas Bulao Naa, Jal (2007)

Instead of the social media PDA, Rahul could have just dedicated this track to Kejriwal. More heartfelt, no? 

Tareefan, Veere De Wedding (2018)

Nakhre kyun kardi ae, Mainu jachda nahi (Why are you throwing tantrums? I don't like them)
Kinna sawaal kardi ae, Enna main sunta nahi  (You're asking so many question, I ain't listening to any)

Just going to leave this here.

Tabaah Ho Gaye, Kalank (2019)

If these two don't kiss and make-up soon, they will soon be singing this track.  

Baghon Mein Bahar Hai, Aradhana (1969)

Rahul: Humare paas seat hain chaar hain. 
Arvind: Hain
Rahul: Toh tumko mujhse pyaar hain.
Arvind: Na na na na na...  

Tumhe Ho Na Ho Mujhko Toh Itna Yakeen Hai Gharaonda (1977)  

Doesn't this remind of you a certain someone playing hard to get? Well, it is quite aam (common) romance move. 

Na Na Karte Pyar Tumhin Se Kar, Jab Jab Phool Khile (1965)

The title track if this romantic alliance succeeds.