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The issues highlighted are something that one would take notice of, the societal pressure our teenagers face these days, the quick judgement society passes without weighing pros and cons.
It's a story about Aisha and Danish. Aisha is busy figuring out her life just like a regular teenager. Sex, masturbation, boys, keeping up with grades and school politics keep her busy. And currently, she is busy with another important task, to figure out what it means to be a woman! In not far away circle of society, Danish is a regular 23 year old boy who is busy trying to pass his final year exams of psychology, a failure and someone who is sure that he will end up as a nobody. His life and its miniscule acheivements are overshadowed by his seed-funded-startup-founder-brother whom he loves more than his life.
Life takes a turn when Danish is coerced by his parents to take a job as a student counselor in Aisha's school to help out teenagers with their experimental phase. There he meets Aisha and helps her in figuring out what she wants in her life. Along with her, Danish starts to enjoy the work. But then, fate plays a dirty hand and threatens to destroy Aisha's image and Danish's love for her. An impossible love..
A story that will take you back to your teenage days when you would have loved someone like Danish to be there in your life.
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