Quest For True Love – My Entry To The Get Published Contest

The Idea:

The story revolves around two misfortunate lovers.
Kanha, a traditional stubborn college boy studying in an Engineering College in a small town in Kerala , and Radha , a modern day social girl aspiring to be world famous actress one day living in Malaysia.

Kanha was an average student during is school life and his over confidence let him down, that now he is stuck in a college where never should have been. He has a wandering heart, that always seeks to follow anything which he finds fascinating, which makes him kind of a jack of all trades, but he never dedicates too much of himself, thus a master of none.

Radha was a happy go lucky girl, withering smiles around wherever she goes. She was the friendly and overly sweet type, one of those modern day girls you see around and when raised up abroad completes her way of relationships.

Two people, who live with two different cultures and lifestyles, what would happen if they come together? Could it yield that one common thing which both of them so desperately seek?

What makes the story real?

This is not one of those filmy love stories, nor one that happens due to immaturity as kids, but its one of those stories from the present generation, and what makes this story real is the feelings that are involved between the people, the protagonists and anyone else who may be involved.

Extract :

Kanha was walking to and fro across his room in tension. He was frequently taking a glance at the clock on the wall and at the time shown in his phone which he held firmly in his hand.
The moment he was waiting for was just a few minutes away, and he could no longer keep himself calm.
As soon the clock in his phone showed 11:58 , he made the call.
The phone was ringing, much to his delight , and someone picked it up.
A girl’s voice said, “Hello…”
Kanha replied in joy, “Happy Birthday!!!!”

This is my entry for the HarperCollins–IndiBlogger Get Published contest, which is run with inputs from Yashodhara Lal and HarperCollins India.


Posted on January 24, 2013, in Random. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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