London Calling India: The Saga Of Humanism
London Calling India
- Paperback: 196 pages
- Publisher: Authors’ Ink Publications; First Edition edition (15 November 2016)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 9385137743
- ISBN-13: 978-9385137747
London calling India is a story over the top of 2 nations that is humanity. Developed nations like America, London are calling the Indian on the name of friendship, love, jobs, labors and skills. In the mid of that, An Indian guy who is not a patriot at all, left the India before years because of some situations, becomes a very successful athlete on the land of some other nation that is London. Few of the media persons and political parties found him as own countryman based on his skill and tries to bring him back to India from London. He comes to India with some perception in his mind but when he meets a very patriot girl Megha, at Delhi, his perception started went wrong about few of things. Megha, who was a very diehard fan of this person before few years, is not interested now to hang-out with him when he is actually in-front of her. Their own self-concerned attitude compelled them to stay and talk, which led them to a roller coaster ride in India. Various lovable situations take place between them when 2 different minded persons meet and later on, they found that they both are right on their own attitude. The NRI guy convinced a cultured and serene girl with his completely different attitude toward the world. When everything was in place for a very happy marriage ceremony, they messed up between love, friendship, patriotism, first love, social status, one-sided love. When Megha stuck between evils at London, as a modern Indian woman, she faces all the things very tactfully. Naman was following the footstep of Megha and vice-versa. They both were trying to achieve the goal of each other to find their Love back. When destiny meets again after years, Megha also becomes a successful philanthropist. Because of immaculate love and pure friendship, destiny meets with the reciprocal attitude of Naman and Megha.
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