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Love always finds its way through difficult time. Some love stories, which begin in college and end up in heartbreak. What can you do if the same love comes again in your life at different stages of life? “We have seen every love story has a villain. What should one do in the case if his love story’s villain is none other than his best friend?”
The Story is narrated through the eyes of the protagonist; Vir, light-hearted tale of love, and friendship both are being very near to Vir, even a confused soul. Choosing between love and friendship becomes much difficult for him, as the answer is just difficult at each time. The story delves into the underbelly of a small town, Pehalwanpur, where villagers find a gory body being tangled in the thick branches of trees, still running breathes. With the help of villagers, Burkha, one of the villagers, helped and saved the patient. As the patient fits into village life, he realizes barbarity of the local don, D.K and his son. The opportunity comes to his door to return favor; he emancipates the whole village from the rein of don.
Meanwhile, one of the encounters is with a woman called Annaya, who is a nurse in nearby nursing home. As their friendship goes on high, she finds in him to be her love and asks about his past. There begins his childhood naughty life with his so–called bunch of jokers. The three are quite different characters, wonders and to be happy with their life.
Vir enrolls into Mumbai’s a medical college with his friends with the help of class teacher. Rajan, one of the friends of Vir, faces a violent encounter of ragging in the campus and how that incident makes his life turbulent further. He is harassed, tortured, and killed cruelty then starts trail of investigation until the culprits of are not behind the bar. Though being humorous tone, it comes to light dark turns every now and then, especially when it comes to the ragging event. This event explores multiple collections of emotions, which we could not control.
His encounter with cute lad Geet changes completely his way of life and opens new vistas in his life. She is a lover of her dreams and things. The destiny does not approve of their romance. Gradually their love springs new roots: however, unfortunately, Vir’s fast amigo Shekhar forces Vir to abandon Geet telling him to be fake reason that he loves her. Things take a different turn when Shekhar reveals his developed soft corner towards Geet. Vir’s life seemed to end the day his love, Geet was got kidnapped. After some days, Vir learns Shekhar’s soft corner to be only bogus; however, until then he has lost her. Vir receives a heart-crying letter of Geet saying, “I am leaving you for your happiness….Live happily forever.” There begins search that takes him to a sunlit towns, explores series of an unexpected confrontations. However, their deepest hopes in tale help them to come together, shimmering with suspense and emotional intensity.
Kamlesh is another college student who has dated and bedded many girls. On the way finding of Geet, Kamlesh with the help of Shekhar kills Vir but only hope and her love saved him. As soon as he comes to life, he finds himself on the new world where there are only abject and rein.
How Vir gets back his love and revenge. The thriller events of her finding and not ending love story, which keeps your heart wake, and make you cry at the end.
Four Digit takes readers on a hunt for the truth about relation and about the heartbreaking fragility and enormous strength of love, an insight on the ragging and its effect on youth of this country. In the book as the author invites readers to experience once again their life at college and their locked moments in the corridors, boozing spot, canteen, and you know well the last one.
Chaitanya Inamdar has qualifications in Finance from Delhi University. Chaitanya is also a regular trainer and lecturer on English subject at private organizations and educational institutions. Chaitanya has more than two years experience in training and training management. He has worked with some of the training center some being start-ups. He is also an avid reader of romance –fiction, mythical and historical books. Chaitanya has written a book on the subject of romance –fiction, and working on another one, is expected to be published in the next few months.
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