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The book inspires its plot from resistance movement of Kashmir and depicts love story of two persons amid of turmoil in Kashmir.
Budding writer and Student of commerce, Sufi Aquib Debut book ‘True colors’ was launched Saturday, at the Seminar Hall, Cultural academy Srinagar.
The novel takes the reader on a nostalgic ride of mesmerizing love story of two persons during Kashmir resistance. The writer has beautifully delineated the love story of two people how they fall in love, how they meet amidst stone pelting and teargas shelling and concludes his novel how both get separated by fate.
The book questions about the parenting of teens, which is ruined because of instant gratification, as they leave behind facade to their parents.
“When people are consumed by resistance, other social issues get ignored,” believes Aquib, the author of True Colors adding that teenagers find it hard to balance their lives between carrier, studies and relationship. “I tried to capture their lives immaculately in the book,” he said.
Apart from music, Aquib is a fanatical poem writer; he has written lyrics of the song like, ‘A silent genocide- Rohingya and Dead eyes’ that was devoted to pellet gun victims of Kashmir. He was nominated for the CRDP award for this song.
Mohammad Shafi, Taha Mughal and Rj Rafia were the chief guests on the occasion of his book launch.