Many live in the face of the earth with a dream, and few among those can make it to reality. Some of us get busy in earning bread and butter while some other are worried about their career choices and the rest are thinking 'what to do next'. It seems as if everyone has a different dream, but in between the hustle and bustle of life, dreams remain succumbed inside.
It is said that if you are young and talented, it's like you have wings. So, there is this young boy, Aankinchan Jain, from Kishangarh who gathered the courage to follow his dreams and wrote a beautiful novel named '15 minutes in a TOILET' with a hell lot of desi punch in it.
While having a candid conversation with him, I discovered the following things.
Let's go through it.
While we were having the conversation, I asked him to introduce himself. With a much confident voice, he replied, "I am a dream." I was giggling when he replied like this, but Aakinchan told me that 'Yes, he is a dreamer,' because that is the only thing which keeps him awake to focus more on his work.
Well, the logic behind this was fascinating. Aakinchan answered, "When we are in the temple we think about 'GOD,' When we are in a movie we think about 'Celebrities,' When we are at home we think about all other stuff. But for most of us, a toilet is the only place where we think about ourself and our dreams."
This is the journey of Aarav. Aarav who is trying to fit into the world. He has many dreams, and in between fulfilling all those dreams, Aarav meets Nyara. And, from there the story gets the amazing twist.
"It's the story of love, dream, and desire. And, how we fool our mind by just following the trend and how we don't listen to our inner voice."
To this Aakinchan gave a very honest reply, "I just want to be famous, money doesn't matter because love and fame are expensive for me."
Have you read any book in 'Hinglish'? Well, it sounds weird, but it is true. This book has been written in Hinglish so that it would be easy for both English and Hindi readers to read it.