How far would you go in love?
A few missed calls? Liking every post of his on FB? Landing in the hospital when you fall from a tree because you wanted to see into his room?
Anamika Khanna is madly in love with Rahul…
How can someone be so blind? Why can't she see how much I love her? Will my confession jeopardise our friendship?
Vikram Lobo, the bookworm has developed muscles and lost the soda bottle glasses.
But he can't stop his heart from skipping a beat when he sees Anamika.
Rahul, the high society Adonis wants nothing to do with the gauche, middle class weirdo who's following him around. Until she moves into his league…
Laugh out loud at Anamika's antics and follow her on the roller coaster that is her life!
From the harrowing by-lanes of rural India to the brightly lit super highways of the metros, The Scattered Rainbow takes the reader on a topsy-turvy ride on a roller coaster of human emotions.
This collection of short stories, based on realistic life events, will keep the reader riveted through the tales of love, passion, envy, affection, revenge and outright grief.
The stories range from light to cheerful to heavy shades of darkness, presenting life in a kaleidoscopic manner, keeping the reader engaged with enough twists to bring in the element of surprise at the end.
Greed really had such strong hands that it didn't let go easily, even in the face of death.
There is theft of money in a departmental store, in the city of Ahmedabad, and Hridesh, the store's guileless manager has to find the culprit in a few days, just before he retires.
But how will Hridesh be able to transform himself into a detective, so soon...
And as the thrilling chase progresses, one after the other, the secret lives of his colleagues are revealed.
But with only a few baffling clues, how will Hridesh be able to unmask the thief?
Will he be able to clear his name, and also save the reputation of the departmental store?
Come, step into the deceptive world of greed, hate, love… and Wicked Money
She is broken. He helps her heal. Together, will they be able to win over the inevitable games of DESTINY?
Navya, leaving her miserable life in India, shifts to England for her internship.There, this girl with a box of secrets buried in her chest comes across Kabeer, a boy with an open heart. For Kabeer, it turns out to be love at first sight. But for Navya, it's not going to be that easy.
Set in picturesque England, "Destiny Played It Well' is a heart-tugging journey of two souls who were always meant to be together. Will these souls unite? And if so, won't destiny play its evil role?
She is about to find out that truth can be stranger than fiction. !
For many of us love is an energy of life and if we're obsessed by it, we will never be afraid of where it takes us. Obsessive love can be traumatic, especially when our body and soul is totally possessed with someone who we had a glimpse of but never met. This obsession is difficult to define, as love, many a times swells with sentiments which can dwell in our psyche for a long spell.
Mihika Kurien belonged to a strict orthodox Christian family. Her father compelled her not to love a man who did not belong to her religion. Tied done with rules and norms, Mihika's mind took a flight of fancy to the handsome Zorana, the boy who played the djembe at the lake front. Zorana's sudden disappearance left Mihika to hallucinate about him and her obsessive love for the man took her over the hills and plains. Her inner space to dream of her erotic fantasies protected her from her father. There was just one person with whom she shared her story…Oceanos
Abhi was least concerned about the LOVE word when he first saw Aashu across a crowded lane at L.K.University. But the magic that drew his eyes towards her that day, kept him following her around the campus for months without her cognizance, until one day he received an unexpected gesture from the same girl in the form of an obscure trip invitation.
Had he chosen to turn down the invitation that day, Abhi would have remained the same person with no broken perceptions or failed expectations, still fantasizing love as a fairy tale and Aashu as his dream girl.
But fortunately, he didn't. And he had to linger through all of it, In The Name Of Love.
"And one day she discovered that she was fierce and strong, and full of fire, and that not even she could hold herself back because her passion burned brighter than her fears." Mark Anthony.
There is no power greater than a woman who is determined to rise and Shreya claimed her life unapologetically, even though it came with a price. In the world of plastic smiles and concrete hearts, she chose to be real, to be herself. The yearnings for true love, the plight of a mother estranged from her daughter and her struggle to rise in a world dominated by men, every facet of this story is sure to pull at the strings of your heart.
Shreya is popularly known as 'The Drama Queen'. But what lies behind the facade of The Drama Queen? Who is right? The society, the media or Shreya?