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About Fungus :

Sankar, an MBA from the US, having a flourishing corporate career in Delhi gets married to a beautiful bubbly, effervescent girl, Chitra, nine years younger to him. They have a blissful and funfilled two years of marriage when Chitra is suddenly afflicted by a strange viral disease and is bedridden for life. He gets transferred to Chennai and on the train journey to Chennai meets a young widow Anuradha and her six year old daughter Nithya. He is strangely attracted to them and soon they begin meeting often and their friendship grows into love.

Sankar slowly starts moving away from his invalid wife Chitra who loves him with her life and decides to divorce her and get married to Anuradha.

Will this actually happen? How will Anuradha and Sankar manage their guilt and choose a future together? What will happen to Chitra and the little girl Nithya?

Read this touching, thought provoking mature love story to know more….

About Sivasankari :

Sivasankari (born October 14, 1942) is a renowned Tamil writer and activist. She has carved a niche for herself in the Tamil literary world during the last four decades with her works that reflect an awareness on social issues, a special sensitivity to social problems, and a commitment to set people thinking. She has many novels, novellas, short stories, travelogues, articles and biographies to her credit. Her works have been translated into several Indian languages, English, Japanese and Ukrainian. Eight of her novels have been made into films, having directed by renowned directors like K. Balachander, SP Muthuraman and Mahendran. Her novel 'Kutti' on girl child labour, filmed by the director Janaki Viswanathan, won the President's Award. Sivasankari's novels have also been made as teleserials, and have won the national as well as regional 'Best Mega Serial' awards. As a multi-faceted personality, she has won many prestigious awards including Kasturi Srinivasan Award, Raja Sir Annamalai Chettiyar Award, Bharatiya Bhasha Parishad Award, 'Woman of the year 1999-2000' by the International Women's Association, and so on. 'Knit India Through Literature' is her mega-project involving intense sourcing, research and translations of literature from 18 Indian languages, with a mission to introduce Indians to other Indians through culture and literature.

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