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Custody
  • Stock Status: In Stock.
  • Publisher: Random House Publications
  • Author Name:   Manju Kapur;
  • ISBN-13:  9788184000283
  • Edition: 1st Edition
  • Book Language:  English
  • Available Book Formats: Paperback
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Raman is a marketing executive with brilliant prospects at a multinational company; Shagun is his alluring wife. Along with their two adorable children—Arjun who looks just like her and Roohi who looks just like him—the couple seem to have the perfect life. But when Raman’s new boss—the older, urbane Ashok—enters the picture and Shagun decides her marriage is over, husband and wife become locked in a bitter battle over their children. While the children’s custody is thrown into question, with them torn between homes, parents and countries, the childless Ishita is drawn to Raman and a chance at familial fulfilment. Custody is a captivating story of love and loss. Gently satirical, it is told with quiet restraint, honesty and clearsightedness, once again confirming Manju Kapur’s reputation a..
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Sold ByRandom House Publications
AuthorManju Kapur
ISBN-139788184000283
FormatPaperback
LanguageEnglish

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Custody

Raman is a marketing executive with brilliant prospects at a multinational company; Shagun is his alluring wife. Along with their two adorable children—Arjun who looks just like her and Roohi who looks just like him—the couple seem to have the perfect life. But when Raman’s new boss—the older, urbane Ashok—enters the picture and Shagun decides her marriage is over, husband and wife become locked in a bitter battle over their children. While the children’s custody is thrown into question, with them torn between homes, parents and countries, the childless Ishita is drawn to Raman and a chance at familial fulfilment. Custody is a captivating story of love and loss. Gently satirical, it is told with quiet restraint, honesty and clearsightedness, once again confirming Manju Kapur’s reputation as the great chronicler of the modern Indian family.
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