Love and the longing for love is an invisible thread running through Kalyani’s life. But why? Didn’t Kalyani have enough of it as a child?
Thin, dark, and ugly she wasn’t loved as a child. But soon her life changed. Youth brought beauty and brains and life as a medical student was about infatuation and enjoyment. But good things don’t last. Her engagement with the love of her life fell apart. To come out of it, Kalyani made her escape into an alien world of olive green, the Indian Army. The army welcomed and sent her on a trip soon enough to Sri Lanka as a part of the Indian Peace Keeping force. However, her bad luck followed and an injury in a bomb blast brought her back to the Delhi military hospital. Life had hit rock bottom and love came along in the form of Major Kunal, a handsome surgeon and Mr. Right transported her to cloud 9.
However, after living a blissful life for a few years with her husband, Kunal, and son, Siddharth, she was left alone fighting and fending for herself and pleading and seeking love. Does it take a major accident to realise all is not well and life‘s direction needs a change? A guru and meditation bring long-wanted happiness but what about the fears buried deep inside? It takes more than psychotherapy and meditation to reach the truth especially when Kunal leaves her alone to face her fears and find her truth. Find the love she was always seeking — self-love.