Our Impossible Love by Durjoy Datta PDF
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Durjoy Datta’s Our Impossible Love, which was released on January 15, 2016, is another rich and multi-faceted story about adolescence and teenage relationships, disputes, suppressed voices, and bottled-up emotions.
Among their friends and peers, Danish Roy and Aisha Paul share a strange sensation of estrangement. Danish is not like his younger brother, who is a determined young man. He’s perplexed and befuddled, while Aisha tries to find her footing in the maelstrom of gender and toy with the concept of being desired.
Our Impossible Love Summary
Her brother and ailing mother live with her, while her father works and resides in another city. The family is close-knit, but they are having difficulty paying the mother’s medical expenses. Aisha’s childhood revolves around her brother, mother, and close friends Namrata and Norbu.
The brother-sister relationship is tight when they are children, and sharing and playing together is a lot of joy, but as they grow older, gaps form, and the brother becomes aloof and quiet in himself. Their relationship is drifting apart as a result of the growing divide.
When Aisha’s family discovers that her brother is gay, the love story and relationships become even more complicated. After the first shock wears off, childhood sibling love emerges, and the family begins to comprehend the young man’s complex nature.
About Author – Durjoy Datta
Durjoy Datta is an Indian author who grew up in Delhi and holds a degree in engineering and management. He was only twenty-one when he released his debut novel, Of Course, I Love You. The book went on to be a huge success. She Broke Up, I Didn’t; Now That You’re Rich!; Ohh Yes, I Am Single; If It’s Not Forever; You Were My Crush; Someone Like You; Till the Last Breath; Hold My Hand; World’s Best Boyfriend; and When Only Love Remains are some of his other best-selling works. He is a screenwriter for television who lives in Mumbai.