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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Non-Fiction  |  House: Booksie Classic

The story starts with a 3 friends and their friendship with a third girl who is about to marry. The thriller starts with misunderstanding and the story is about how the misunderstanding turns to something unexpected. The encouragement to girls not to sacrifice their dreams. And the men to support your loved ones.

One dark night, 3 friends Som, Janny and Arsa sat to gossip on the terrace talking and stalking on their old batchmates. Suddenly they heard someone whispering at the stairs. Slowly and cautiously they walked to the stairs but couldn't see anyone. The only thing they heard clearly was "Blast on". Looking at the watch Som decided to go for bed and meet them the next day followed by Arsa they went to their rooms. All the three friends were at a wedding of their fellow mutual friend. Where they often sat together and got mesmerized with the golden school days.

 

Janny sat on his study table in his room and opened his purple diary to write about his daily incident. No sooner he heard the whispers again and this time it said "don't worry everything will be according to our plan". But again when he saw through the window there was no one but just a quick moved shadow. Following it he reached the garden and saw some wires and sensors there. The moment he realised that he read about a news of secret bomb blast gang who hid themselves in the busy wedding houses. He went to his room with fright and decided to talk about it to Som and Arsa the next day. 

 

In the thundering night, he woke up at once by a slamming sound of door. Following it he found someone sneaking out through the back door. He followed him quietly without coming to the notice of the stranger and soon reached the Railway Station. He again thought of the article about the blast attack which warned about railway and airport at high risk. Being a Sherlock fan, he always wanted to solve a case and save the people. He followed stranger to a train but he lost the stranger in the train. He ran within and tried his best to find the man. After half an hour, his foots got stuck when he saw Simi in the train. Simi is the old batch mate of his who was going to marry the next day. The marriage which they came to attend. Simi was shocked and threatened to see Janny there and requested him not to say anything to anyone. Simi wanted to become a civil servant but her to be husband didn't support her to fullfil her dreams. And so, she decided to run away before the marriage. 

 

"Wake -up. Are you out of the world. Just wake up." Shouted Som. "Arsa is with Simi. Helping her to get ready. She asked us to reach the banquet within 11pm". To which Janny woke at once and realised everything to be just a dream. Janny dressed himself up and all the three friends went to the hall for the pre-marriage rituals. Arsa went to bring the bride and Janny ang Som were enjoying the starters. " Simi is missing! Huff!! She isn't in her room." came Arsa shouting and huffing. All ran throughout the banquet but Simi was no where. 

 

"Simi wanted to marry her love and wanted to fullfil her dreams of being a civil servant but was not supported by her parents. She decided to run away before the marriage and the whispers were Simi talking to her love. The left-off wires were used in the last night power-cut." Janny, Som and Arsa sat on the banquet bench together concluding the dream and reality. "Arsa weren't you helping Simi get ready for the ritual" claimed Janny confused. Arsa looked at Janny and smiled 

"I think we should have some icecream."

Som " Really!! Are you thinking the same as me Janny?" They both looked at each other with surprise and shock.

 

 

 

 


Submitted: June 24, 2021

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