On the eve of India's Independence, Maharaja Uday Singh, the King of Ranakpour, urges his children to find their place in the new India as their 800-year rule on the princely state comes to an end. Stripped of his royal status, Uday Singh's middle son, Abhimanyu, lands in Bombay to follow his passion - cricket. While the young prince tries to adapt to life in the metropolis as a commoner, he meets Meera Apte, a struggling, working class singer with an angelic voice, and they bond over their common interest: Indian classical music.
Abhishek Bhatt works at CNBC, New York. Before this he was at Sony Pictures Entertainment and O&M. Abhishek's career has been in the creative and commercial side of the film, TV and web series business. This is his first novel.