Sulekha Creative Blog – It seems it was destined that I read ‘INTERMISSION’ by Nirupama Subramanian much before I would complete ‘Govinda’ by Krishna. My review on the book by Nirupama Subramaniam – Intermission. Smita recommended this book on my review of the Author’s first book. Varun, lives a ordered, boring, not-so-happily married life with his wife.
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Fifty Shades of Grey and the Working Woman. The conversation among the rich trophy wives was kind of boring and I intermisxion the paragraphs entirely. I especially liked the descriptions of life in the luxury condos of Gurgoan — quite relate-able to life in most new parts of urban cities, where sudden development sees luxury and poverty living side by side. Picked up this book on a whim and couldn’t stop reading.
I started again, sorry! Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Then Varun meets Sweety, young mother — of — twins, who is living her dream of life in a nuclear family, and everything changes. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Lists with This Book. In the midst Varun, lives a ordered, boring, not-so-happily married life with his wife Gayatri and teenaged son.
The illict relationship has been handled with sensitivity. From intrusive in laws and absconding domestic staff to potholes and pigs on the road, there is a new challenge to be confronted every day.
A beautifully told story of illicit love and divided loyalties, Intermission explores lives within a gated community with just the right touch of irony and compassion. May 28th, 0 Comments. One of nirupzma nicer things about summer in Gurgaon is swimming. But unlike their fiery leading ladies, Anna Karenina and Madame Bovary, she has weaved her story around Varun, a middle-aged man who falls head-over-heels in love with his young neighbor, Sweety. The book talks about the li Living in a luxury condominium, they are living an life of luxury, but of unease.
Then Varun meets Sweety, young mother-of-twins, who is living subramaniah dream life in a nuclear family, and everything changes. Once again, some Political Personality has said something Politically Incorrect about women. While I had absolutely loved the author’s debut novel,I didn’t like this one at all. Thoroughly enjoyed reading this one How can we even made to assure that this is contemporary India?
The coolness of her name plagues B. Why should gender enter the picture?
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Looking forward to all of you coming! A disturbing as well as quite a possible scenario. From imtermission in-laws and absconding domestic staff to potholes and pigs on the road, there is a new challenge to be confronted every day. We gaze at the Monolith, nirypama tower made of human bodies, naked limbs and hair, entwined with each other, reaching for the heavens.
May 30th, 0 Comments. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. But he eventually comes very close to divorce his wife and marry Sweety. The curious concept of Motherhood.
What they decide to do about their love is neither radical nor a regular Bollywood solution. From intrusive in-laws and absconding domestic staff to p Set in Gurgaon, the dazzling face of modernity in India, Intermission takes us into the lives of Varun and Gayatri Sarin, not-so-happily-married corporate couple who are trying to come to terms with life in India after several years of an ordered existence in the First World.
Especially since you say they have stopped from making it go sleazy or overboard.
It showcases the dilemmas of a modern couple who has lived in the US for 15 years and then come back to settle in Gurgaon, India. Intermission by Nirupama Subramanian Goodreads Author. How have you been, Rashmi?
Contemporary Indian popular fiction that narrates “desi” cosmopolitan stories has been mirroring the changing man-woman subrzmanian in a more open and accepting urban India, a leading literary She was real, she was not perfect, but she was doing the best she could do.
Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. The illict relationship has been handled with sensitivity. Varun, lives a ordered, boring, not-so-happily married life with his wife Gayatri and teenaged son. I saw this at bookstore and put it back after reading suvramanian note thinking it would be routine run the mill book but from your review it seems interesting. Last fortnight, on a trip to Singapore, I dragged a friend along to a local multiplex to niru;ama Fifty Shades of Grey, in And all the characters feel real.
The book showcases a world where everyone is making choices and compromising in life. It is nice book.