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  • ISBN13:9789382665038
  • ISBN10:9382665038
  • Language:English
  • Author:Souvik Gupta
  • Binding:Paperback
  • Pages:310
  • SUPC: SDL201030392


02 April 2011: While the Indian cricket team fights on the Wankhede grounds to create history, two men engage in a game of words to determine the future of their lives. Reva a celebrated socialite journalist and Anshuman Mehra creative director of Indias most popular advertising agency are a happily married couple till a car accident relegates Reva to the ICU and reveals to Anshuman the biggest secret of their lives Siddharth Kashyap. A reputed fashion photographer, Siddharth had met Reva a year and a half after the Mehras got married. But what started off as a formal professional association soon morphed into a friendship that transformed into love. As Revas health swings between crisis and recovery, Anshuman and Siddharth retrospect their lives and associations with the woman who bound them together. It is through their reminiscence of the relationships and interaction with each other that we traverse through their meetings, their feelings, their heartbreaks, their dilemmas and their insecurities. However, what looms large is one pertinent question can Reva love two people at the same time? About the Author Souvik Gupta is a 26 year old MBA graduate from one of Indias premier business institutes Indian Institute of Foreign Trade (IIFT). With a background in marketing, he has delved into various industries right from banking, insurance, education and media. In love with both Mumbai and Kolkata, Souvik is also a filmmaker whose short films have been nominated across multiple festivals and have even won accolades.

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