It’s good to read a love story. A story that has a happy ending. When I started reading ‘Logically Stupid – That’s Love‘ by Shikha Kumar, I must admit I was feeling a bit sad. I mean here are two characters who seem to be made for each other and then why aren’t they just getting together! But my fears in the beginning of the story were really not necessary!
How they meet and where they meet is something you need to read in the book, but all I can say is it is pretty funny 🙂
The story is about a young man named Kartik who has high ambitions in life. After graduating from IIM, he does not join any big firm, but joins a start-up entrepreneurial firm started by Ajit. His mentor, Ajit gifts him a holiday to Goa before he starts work. Kartik meets Ajit’s daughter, Sahana in Mumbai before embarking on the journey to Goa. How they meet and where they meet is something you need to read in the book, but all I can say is it is pretty funny
Sahana and Kartik form a bond but they separate due to unavoidable circumstances. The story then follows Kartik’s journey to becoming the top COO of the country, while Sahana moves on from being a total supposedly good-for-nothing girl to becoming an MBA student. The two of them meet on and off and it is obvious that they love each other. Unfortunately, they are not able to tell each other that. Some incidents lead to Sahana getting engaged to someone else. However, Ajit is taken ill and Sahana and Kartik are entrusted with the responsibility of the company. Sahana’s entry into the company brings forth many changes in the company and their relationship as well.
Why does Sahana agree to get engaged to someone else? What is Kartik’s brother Vinayak doing in the whole story? Why does it become so difficult for Kartik to confess his love to Sahana? Why does Sahana come to Amritsar to spend time with Kartik’s family? Why is Ajit so agitated with Sahana and later on with Kartik?
The story has its ups and downs and makes us feel happy and emotional at various stages.
The story moves in a fast pace and we see the two main characters maturing from their early twenties to late twenties. Each character is well etched and we can relate totally to their mannerisms and emotions. I loved the character of Kartik’s brother who seems to be such a sweetheart! The story has its ups and downs and makes us feel happy and emotional at various stages. The way the two of them end up together is something which will make you smile at the end of it!
Interesting tale of two people – one with ambition and one with a lovely soul.