Two heartbroken individuals, Pari and Vinay are studies in contrast. Pari is logical, practical, firebrand government official in Mumbai, finding meaning on Tinder and into random dating. Whereas, Vinay is depressed, emotional, avoiding social interaction, sulking at a remote village along the Indo-Bhutan border. Yet, when they meet online, sparks fly. They look set to find meaning in their lives. But just when things look like getting formed into a relationship, much to Vinay’s shock, Pari blocks him online. What’s more, he realizes that he doesn’t know her real name, work profile or address. She had used a fake online avatar. Thus, begins a journey! While Pari, bored of online chatting on social media sites, heads for a soul-searching trip, Vinay tracks down her real identity and lands up in Mumbai. But will this chalk and cheese duo find a common ground, especially with each carrying large baggage of their past? Comma is a poignant yet pragmatic story that deals with issues prevalent in these times of turbulent relationships, egging readers with a pertinent question: can love bloom even after a bad, messy relationship?
|Title:||COMMA: There is no full stop in life|
|Publisher:||The Write Place|
|Number Of Pages:||258|
|Reading age :||18 years and above|
|Release date:||1 January 2017|