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Three close friends—Tara, a much-married woman, Naina, recently divorced, and Nihal, a transgender looking to come out of the closet—are successful professionals but personally each one craves for that perfect understanding companion.
That's when they enter online chat rooms but soon virtual reality threatens to overshadow their normal lives prompting them to explore new boundaries.
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Elaborating on what prompted the author duo to write the book, Madhvi said, "There are different reasons for people to go online—from being bored on a Saturday night to searching love online.
While researching for the book, I wasn't being myself but the characters of my book and I found quite a few interesting connections in online chat rooms and apps." Kiran added, "A contemporary novel, the book navigates the world of online dating in search of Mr. This is no regular Prince charming and Cinderella kind of a story." The launch saw authors Kiren Rai and Madhvi Ahuja, Om Books' Publisher Ajay Mago, Skin Specialist and Wellness expert Varun Katyal, Hair Stylist Sylvie Rodgers in conversation with Dipa Chaudhuri, Chief Editor.
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