Ameek Sarkar and Kumar Shantnu are school friends and best buddies. While Ameek works as a software engineer and a freelance web designer in Pune, Kumar is an investment banker in Ludhiana. Despite being in different lines of work, they had a passion and flare for writing, which has not diminished. During their leisure, which included cycling into the wilderness or backpacking across India, they continued to share ideas, which were transformed into poems and short stories and published in their respective blogs. Ameek has assisted in many stories and screenplays for movies and is a member of the Film Writer’s Association, Mumbai. Kumar has written many short stories and is stepping up to write for movies as well. Now, they have taken another step forward in the world of writing with this promising and fun novel Emotional Pollution, which is based on true events of their school life.
The pollution that keeps you alive… Shri is a brilliant student who has just moved to a new school. He meets Chankya, a normal school boy, who is struggling to pass his grades. The two of them strike up an unlikely friendship, making fun of their classmates who were going through emotional turmoil of teenage love, hate, jealousy, and the stupidity arising thereof. As fate would have it, they are somehow caught in the web of the same teenage emotions. Despite all the fun and mayhem, the reality of exams catches up. Read the story of two friends, who weather through the tempestuous journey of school life. Will they emerge victorious or drown in their own failures? ...Read More
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