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Sudha is a woman with firm views on what she wants from life and from a relationship. Chandar is anything but sure. He is a salaryman, forever postponing his dreams. He wants to do the ‘right’ things but he also sees the allure of living on the edge.

 

The Sudha and Chandar of Musafir Café are attempting to negotiate the minefield of relationships, personal feelings and hang-ups, and also the travails of life in a big city—Mumbai. They are also talking back to their namesakes in Dharamvir Bharati’s path-breaking 1949 novel, Gunahon ka Devata, which cast a long, hard look at romantic relationships and the strictures of society in small-town Allahabad.

 

Intriguing, challenging and sometimes annoying, the unusual love story of Sudha and Chandar is a refreshingly new take on modern relationships.

Musafir Cafe by Divya Prakash Dubey

RM40.00Price
  • Estimated delivery 2-3 weeks

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