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  • Sep

    15

    2016
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It's All in the Planets

Mr. Average. His best friend is Subbu, a nerd who breathes, thinks and lives code. Aniket cannot believe his luck when he starts dating Trish - a stunning, sexy model, who is totally out of his league. But Trish has a list of things she wants him to work on, beginning with his pot belly and his geekiness.

  • Aug

    16

    2017
  • 151
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Forever is a lie

18 year old Prisha Srivastav is a student of mass communication in Bengaluru. She meets a mysterious man, almost double her age, known as the Mean Monster in the city's party circuit. Intrigued she falls for him and pursues him. However there is one problem. Prisha doesn't know that whoever the Monster loves,

  • Jul

    16

    2017
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Our Story Needs No Filter

Sometimes, love is just an illusion. Sometimes, it becomes the sole purpose of your life. While stories on social media were trending, Raghu was lost in books. For him, even the idea of falling in love was limited to books-until he met Ruhi. As their love plays out against the backdrop of the upcoming student elections,

  • Oct

    06

    2017
  • 69
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Flying without Wings

Life is at a stand-still. Grounded in the Chandigarh airport where she works day after day, she watches flights leaving for destinations she knows she'll never visit. And then, on a whim, she swipes right on a new dating app, and finds the man of her dreams - someone who can sweep her off her feet and teach her how to fly.

  • Apr

    10

    2015
  • 73
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Back to Blueberry Pond

In the summer of 1988, on their last day of eleventh grade, childhood friends Kyle, Brandon, and Vanessa make a pact. As a tribute to their friendship, they each place their most valued possession inside a yellow Tupperware bowl, seal it, and bury it beneath the tallest pine tree at Blueberry Pond

  • Feb

    07

    2017
  • 197
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Card of Fate

The book Card Of Fate is special to me in a way that it is not going to give you quick short cuts or easy five minute treatments, but instead it takes you through tales gambling stories that some might have lived or seen. But tales that are a red alert of a gambling addiction. because it's never too late for as change.

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