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Adi Arun

Wowwee... cuch a gripping one Abhishek!! Congratulations to the writer in you. You have a long way to go!! Wish you all the best:)

7 Jun, 2018 |

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Adi Arun

Wowwee… such(*) a gripping one Abhishek!!

7 Jun, 2018 |

Abhishek Kshirsagar

Thanks a lot, Adi for such an encouraging comment. Let's hope that I walk on that long path ahead, and I wish you keep reading and supporting my articles during that journey :)

7 Jun, 2018 |


Monali Golhar

It is always like watching a movie more than reading a story. Awesome one . I would also like to read happy version of this in your way . :) .

7 Jun, 2018 |

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Abhishek Kshirsagar

Thanks a lot. Not all stories have happy endings. Some of them don't even have endings at all. But that does not mean that we shouldn't continue the story. If nothing, everyone will have their own stories to live :) Happy endings, well, I'll see what I can do in the coming stories. Stay tuned ;)

7 Jun, 2018 |

Monali Golhar

Hoping for happy story :) .

7 Jun, 2018 |


Purushotham Reddy

Sorry to ask like this..Is it was a real story or fictional..?

7 Jun, 2018 |

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Abhishek Kshirsagar

No story is a fictional one, as a part of reality peaks in it, in one way or the other! But yes, this isn't a real story, just a figment of imagination mixed with a tinge of factuality. :)

7 Jun, 2018 |


Amit Sonawane

Way to go Abhishek. What a compelling read!

9 Jun, 2018 |

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Abhishek Kshirsagar

Thanks a lot, Amit :)

10 Jun, 2018 |


Sahil Kumar

You either inspire or make one emotional. Nice story. Now looking for encouraging one. :).

11 Jun, 2018 |

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Abhishek Kshirsagar

Thanks a lot, Sahil. I also personally like the encouraging stories, the ones with the happy endings and great futures. But not every story has a future, not every story lasts forever. Some think that these stories are not worth living for, but I think that these stories are the ones that you should cherish the most. The regret of abandoning a story hurts more than the regret of having a sad one. I just wanted to highlight it in this particular piece :)

11 Jun, 2018 |

Sahil Kumar

Sorry but I don't understand much of the "depth" things. I just like the stories which shows the next path to move more than the stories which keep you rotating in a loop of paths. You do the both things very well .

11 Jun, 2018 |

Abhishek Kshirsagar

Thanks a lot, Sahil. And sorry if I confused you in some way. I just wanted to leave a thought in the minds of readers, and everyone can have a completely different thought. Really thanks for the appreciation. It's a fortune to have a supporter like you. :)

11 Jun, 2018 |


Prabhat Mohan

Superb Yaar.....you just made everything alive in front of my eyes..pure beauty. Looking forward for more. All the best bro!!!

12 Jun, 2018 |

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Abhishek Kshirsagar

Thanks a lot, Prabhat. Keep reading my articles and encouraging me to write :)

12 Jun, 2018 |


Ambika Chanda

R u a magician? How could u make me read rhe entire story without any distraction? Mesmerizing!!

12 Jun, 2018 |

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Abhishek Kshirsagar

Thanks a lot for such a beautiful comment. And to be honest, you are the magician, for the people like you manage to pull out the writer in me from the hat of self doubt :)

14 Jun, 2018 |


Dhananjay Mukherjee

Wow Abhishek! Again a heartfelt story that had gone through my spine! The brilliant way of telling and picturization of idea! One can Seriously realte & so did I. All the best! :)

12 Jun, 2018 |

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Abhishek Kshirsagar

Thanks a lot, Dhananjay. I am glad that you could relate to the story, but I hope that the climax of your story be very different than this one. And someday, you tell that story to me :)

14 Jun, 2018 |