Rishabh Puri is a highly accomplished entrepreneur of Indian origin with his spurring business set-ups in Nigeria, UAE and China. He got into his family business at the age of 18, and since then, he has been a backbone of the esteemed enterprises.However, his childhood was not as fancy because he was diagnosed with a life-threatening heart disease at the age of 1. He often craved for a �normal life� that everyone else was able to enjoy. His life was mostly limited to talking to the doctors and visiting hospitals for a few surgeries and regular check-ups. Despite being so near to death every time he was on the surgery table, he never restricted himself from hoping to live a full life, a life comprising the happiest moments complimented with a lot of humor.Rishabh is not just a busy businessman who spares time for his most cherished skills for penning down fiction, he is also an avid traveler, a supercar enthusiast, a Romantic chef over the weekends, a painter, a natural drawer, �a hookah + green tea� combination lover, and an active volunteer for supporting the needy strata of our society.Rishabh makes his home in Lagos, Nigeria and Dubai, UAE where he stays for most of the year with his family that doesn�t includes his wife, yet. He keeps coming back to India and stays in Chandigarh, his birthplace, which is so close to his faulty heart, for obvious reasons.
For Milli Bajwa, life is at a stand-still. Grounded in the Chandigarh airport where she works day after day, she watches flights leaving for destinations she knows she'll never visit. Loveless and luckless, she would rather bury her nose in a book than face her grim reality. And then, on a whim, she swipes right on a new dating app, and finds the man of her dreams - someone who can sweep her off her feet and teach her how to fly. But the mysterious and charming Karan Singhania has secrets of his own, and a heart damaged in more ways than one. This is the story of two people about to find out how far they're willing to go for the promise of true love.
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