“Eventually, I realised, it wasn’t straight people who reduced homosexuals, men who curbed women, or the rich who oppressed the poor. It was the individual’s own character and lack of courage to be one with their truth that restricted them.”
Two best friends, grappling with the many complexities of their lives, find themselves in the middle of chaos caused by unfulfilled expressions and desires. Choked by their secrets and desperate to find answers, they get embroiled in a dark web. In the midst of this turmoil, they believe they have each other...
About Anita Kumar
Anita Kumar is a trained calligrapher and an artist. She has held exhibitions on calligraphic Oms and Ganeshas in various galleries across the world. She teaches calligraphy, is a travel enthusiast, and observes and absorbs life in all its varying hues. Her inspirational journey, Turning the Page, has touched many lives. Her other works of fiction include Delhi: Anything Goes and recently released Cappuccino Confessions.