Friday, August 2, 2019

Blackmail (Infotainment Novel)


Blackmail




is an interesting story of a person, which may reflect in day-to-day life. In the era of misuse of social media in September 2018, it was maligning by few women on successful men.

It is a popular picture painted by media about men that, they are always in mood to seduce woman, which is wrong.
 It is pictorial of a women that she is always gullible not aware while dealing with her sexuality, without any mental distortions.

It is necessary to see psychosexual behavior of humans at from different perspectives.
The psychosexual mentality of a woman,  its effect on her marriage life. Those topics presented here with an entertaining story.

The story time is from the late eighties to the whole of nineties until September 2018.

During this, the context of technological changes comes in the story allows readers to enjoy, particular era of nineties.
Not only has this, the government and administration’s view on farmers’ suicide been depicted in a very horrific manner. There are some discussions regarding solutions also.

The depiction of a married couple, day-to-day sexual health of husband wife discussed here. This discussion is gorgeous, not obscene.  
In Indian culture, it is a brave task to keep the routine personal life of a husband and wife in front of society. The author has succeeded in it.

An integral part of society and the problem is 'prostitution' it is also poignant descriptions here. This shows the profoundness of the author. Not limiting in descriptive style, the writer gives a philosophical touch here.

Generally, there is a perception that, Mumbai, the city is engaged in a 'cut throat' competition, not caring about others.

In reality, this is not the truth. The common people help each other in Mumbai, so people here promoted in small businesses. Mumbai has different 'work culture’.
Perhaps this is the reason, that once a person comes to Mumbai, he settles down here.

There are two beautiful examples of this, first, when local trains had bomb blast in Mumbai and the second was heavy rainfall in Mumbai. In spite of being in trouble, no child or woman was seduced.

Untoward exploitation did not happen. At that time, not a single FIR registered at any police station. On the second day, the city started running again.
In this story to get help from other person and to help others, shoes this zeal.

A very short description of, husband's personal 'sex life' while in the process of, wife carrying a child, is much appreciated.

Indian society has strong foundation of ‘idealism’. After 1980s, it transformed to individualism. This change illustrated by author at social, global and political background. This is amazing!

This authors 'narrative style' is so fast that readers do not get a chance to stop and linger behind.
Due to the language style being extremely communal, the reader feels that this event is taking place in his life, live. The use of highly ornate words avoided deliberately here.

The characters and events of this story  shown in such a way, that in future, it can be transformed into film, drama or TV. Serial. Therefore, the psychological development expressed through dialogues.

This is the source of inspiration. For all those people who want to start business with zero.  They also want to get huge success.

This writer claims that this will bring immense change in your marriage life and enrich you; which is the Truth. There is some secret behind this.
The author himself is a psychologist. He has changed life of thousands of people through a positive approach.
Being a painter himself, every picture in this book inscribed on his own.

As a philosopher, he has studied many religions in comparative form.

 Along with Hindu mythology, holy bible, holy Quran, Jainism, Buddhism, Zoroastrianism, Sikhijam, Sindhijam, Bohomism study of many cultures made him differently thoughtful writer.

Please give us your valuable feedback on this story and wait for our next infotainment novel.

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