Its heart-breaking, finding the right person at the wrong time. And worse? Meeting the wrong person when the time is right. Aditi Narang is an obvious beauty. With her charming personality and magical aura, she steals hearts without much ado. When she professes her love to Shyam, he says No. Padma Lakshmi is an average girl, who goes about her life like a routine. There is nothing distinctly remarkable about her, which repels Shyam. But when proposed to marry her, he says Yes. Shyam appears quite sorted, well-settled and practical in the way he goes about life, and is the eligible bachelor that any girl would be lucky to marry. In a fierce battle between his mind and heart, tossing insecurities and juggling fears, Shyam wrongs both the women. But why would he do that? Socha Bhi Na Tha is a fast-paced, gripping story of love in various hues, extraordinary circumstances, thrilling emotions, and unheard of drama. It leaves us wondering, was it his sanity that prevailed, or his insanity that triumphed?
Sriman works for a leading credit cards issuing company in a senior leadership position. He has primarily worked in the financial services industry throughout his long career at HSBC, GE Capital and Standard Chartered Bank. He relishes writing with a spiritual tinge and believes that the joy in life is in being purposeful. He loves playing tennis, reading and listening to philosophy, and enjoys spending time with his seven-year-old son in making short/funny videos of him. He lives in the US with his wife Shilpa and his son, Siddharth.