In our next life, at the Salsa Class


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Alex is a 27 year old American bestselling author. His charisma overshadowed his reputation as a philanderer and was loved by all who knew him. While he visits New York University five years after his graduation, to do research on the third book he intends to write, he meets Sarah, a 22 year old literature student. In spite of them being imperfect for each other, they fall in love. She changes Alex completely and while they are living their dream life, Alex reads a book written 30 years ago by an Indian author, which disturbs him. Reading it gives him a sense of déjà vu. It was as if he knew the characters in the book and they were trying to tell him something. He begins having hallucinations and weird dreams. He knew he had to dig deeper and seek out the meaning of it all. So he sets off on his very first journey to India, the land of mystics and spirituality. His search takes him to Kerala, where he gets to know the story of Praveen, the author of the book he was reading, and his passionate affair with Aanya, a married woman. Praveen and Aanya had passed away, a year after that book had released. Alex digs into their life through a manuscript that Praveen had been writing. From the unfinished manuscript, Alex begins to understand the characters' undying love for each other. As the story unfolds, we find out how Praveen and Aanya intended to conclude their incomplete love story and how Alex was connected to them.

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