Half Girl friend - Few thoughts

The sound of wall clock made me aware that I was supposed to sleep. It was 3'O clock in the late night. And no sign of dizziness in the mind but, more mixed feelings about Riya and Madhav. Feeling happy for them.
InnerVoice : seriously dude, are you happy for a fiction character?
Me: it's not about the character, it is the feel of the character. (Batman voice)
The amazing drama starts slowly with the introduction of hero(Madhav Jha) and heroine(Riya ) taking their admissions at St. Stephen's degree college, Delhi. They were both proved their worth for taking them in sports quota. They played fantastic basket ball as Madhav was a state level player. That's where they met for the first time. Riya was rich and simple. Madhav was weak in speaking english. It's not an easy task to find out the lifetime girl. Madhav sticked to her and had so much fun in talking, kissing and with the provocation of friends he tried for make love to her. She was upset and marrited to the Indo-British Rohan who was earning huge amounts at very young age. What's the point of fiction love story if they won't end Up saying, "happily lives ever after". Wanna know how that happened? Read it now. It is a good read.
In India, earning money is an indicator for success and happiness.
 Chetan discusses these type of myths in India in his books with attractive scene narraton.
When she told that she had lung cancer but she didn't smoke, an impulsive arrogant response came in my mind about the smokers who don't bother about the environment while they smoke. And the conversation with Madhav's mother gave another thoughtful response about the mother that why the hell she talked like that.
Bill gates stuff looked like a funny chapter at the beginning, but it had revealed the emotional elevation of Madhav's first achievement at his home after he rejected the lucrative package offered by a multi-national bank.
People succeed at the rate of one page in book, one song in movie. But in reality that won't happen.
We must face the reality. If the success in books and movies were not that short, we won't read and we won't be getting a few ounces of so called inspiration. I observed many people including me ofcourse getting inspired and...
Yes, only getting inspired. There is no effort at later stages. No hard work, no seriousness and nothing.
One thing that keeps you in right track is your hard work. There is no shortcut for it.
I love to read his books (only fiction books, I'm yet to complete his 'What young India wants'). Because his narration make me visualize what's exactly happening there.
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