Sunday, August 18, 2013

The Guardian Angels by Rohit Gore


The Guardian Angels is the larger-than-life chaotic anecdote of two ill-fated lovers who weren't just soul-mates but were as well each other’s armaments. The outcome of Adi Mehta and Radha Deodhar are acutely knotted when within days of their initial tryst they save each other’s life. Notwithstanding their immense socio-political divergence, they are pinched to a doubtful upcoming troubled with different purposes, qualities and principles. He is the offspring of a billionaire, she is the spawn of a socialist, he is soft and inconspicuous, she is hothead and strong-willed. Conversely, the baffling trend fasten them without end at any time they are in risk, they are each other’s lone liberators. Over the next two decades Adi and Radha subsist through optimism and desolation, ecstasy and melancholy, and endeavour to make sense of their rapport. As the reality of their attachment is made known, they have got to brazen out the right temperament of adore, and in due course, their providence.


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