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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October 20th, 0 Comments. 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. Very well-written by Nirupama Subramanian and I am going to read her other book “Keep the Ch Loved this book for 2 reasons For him, for Sweety, and insidiously, for everyone around them.
Leave this field empty. Thoroughly enjoyed reading this one The frustrations and the challenges that each of them face is nicely brought out.
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Being a resident of Gurgaon, Subramanian knows first-hand what happens when people living in condominiums are thrown together in social gatherings.
It deals with a typically NRI problem: Varun is pleased to be back and running his own subeamanian Gayatri yearns for her friends and her life in the US and dislikes the transparently divisive society she has been flung back into. Having recently shifted out of her joint family, Sweety is savouring the joys of nuclear living.
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Even the prude in you would begin sympathising and empathising with the dilemmas faced by the protagonists – such is the kind of semantic magic Nirupama has woven into this one The couple hardly talk about their lives with each other, they are not even ready to discuss their life, the everyday routine activities as it may appear through the narrative. A beautifully told story of illicit love and divided loyalties, Intermission is suburban fiction at its best.
Fatima Maurya rated it liked it Dec 07, Books by Nirupama Subramanian. 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.
April 9th, 0 Comments. Its interesting to see that transformation into her life and thought process. For him, for Sweety, and insidiously, for everyone around them.
Then Varun nnirupama Sweety, young mother – of – twins, who is living her dream of life in a nuclear family, and everything changes.
This is not as much a tale of adultery as it is of post-marital love I recently bought a bunch of books by newbie indian writers. Then Varun meets Sweety, young mother — of — twins, who is living her dream of life in a nuclear family, and everything changes.
I came here, a little apprehensive, unsure as to whether I would make it my home here for the next few years. Our beautiful author at the Mumbai launch of the book!
The problem was that it was slightly unrealistic too. I just couldn’t connect nidupama the writing, it felt so distant! Feb 05, Smitha rated it really liked it. Sangeeta rated it really liked it Dec 15, Savour it like you would a bottle of literary wine Subra,anian disturbing as well as quite a possible scenario.
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Not to mention a teenage son with raging hormones. Meet the man who uses the art of storytelling to help those who are suicidal and depressed. Then Varun meets Sweety, young mother-of-twins, who is living her dream life in a nuclear family, and everything changes. Nirupama has been a columnist for Times of India and writes a blog for ibnlive.
Living in a luxury condominium, they are living an life of luxury, but of unease.