You’re In Love Only If You Love Yourself
Lost in her thoughts, Raima is repeatedly prompted by Shom , who seeks to know if everything is fine at her end. Even though it agitates Raima, but to her own surprise, Shom reads her better than she interprets herself. Her unconscious realisation of self love, which is somewhere making her guilty of the same, is supported and encouraged by Shom as a positive attribute. It is indeed true that one cannot possibly love someone else without loving oneself.
An Anglo-Indian in Love: a tale of love, betrayal, trauma and conflict in post-colonial Calcutta
A young man and an older woman from diverse backgrounds are thrown together in Calcutta of the 1950s. Love blossoms but they must overcome the barriers that could pull them apart.Trapped in an abusive marriage, Cindy represents the dilemma of the Anglo-Indians who felt a sense of loss of identity after the British left India. And Dilip, both hero and toughie, must overcome his traumatic past.Will circumstances allow love to prevail? Read on only if you believe that true love is causeless.
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