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Must Read: Flames OF Paradise [completed]
About Story
By Babangida

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The story revolves around the feisty
young woman Snigdha, who is a professional
cinematographer and who bags a plum project of
a documentary drama to make in the disturbed
land of Srinagar. She lands up in Srinagar to film
the documentary only to find that a very tense
situation awaits them there. One of the most
infamous terrorist outfits ‘Qurban E Jihad’ and ‘Al
Faran’ are on an abduction spree. Snighdha
encounters an educated, enigmatic young man,
whose identity she is not sure of but who makes
her heart beat faster. In the course of their
shooting, Snigdha gets abducted and to her
horror she realizes that the man she had felt a
sharp attraction for, is none other than the man
who has played a major role in her abduction.
She runs away from the camp in the midst of
thick, eerie jungles. She is followed and saved by
none other than the man who she hates most in
the world, called Roshan Khan. She is shocked to
realize that he has not come to kill her but to
protect her from the stealthily following
terrorists. The story thereafter oscillates
between danger and adventure, between hatred
and attraction, like and dislike, admiration and
mistrust. Would Snigdha come to know who
Roshan is? Why is a terrorist protecting her?
Would Snigdha reach her destination safely? Or
would the terrorists following her catch her? The
story of ‘Flames of Paradise’ unfolds with each
step Snigdha takes in the deadly, dark jungle,
where she is torn between love and hate, doubt
and faith.*.
The story revolves around the feisty
young woman Snigdha, who is a professional
cinematographer and who bags a plum project of
a documentary drama to make in the disturbed
land of Srinagar. She lands up in Srinagar to film
the documentary only to find that a very tense
situation awaits them there. One of the most
infamous terrorist outfits ‘Qurban E Jihad’ and ‘Al
Faran’ are on an abduction spree. Snighdha
encounters an educated, enigmatic young man,
whose identity she is not sure of but who makes
her heart beat faster. In the course of their
shooting, Snigdha gets abducted and to her
horror she realizes that the man she had felt a
sharp attraction for, is none other than the man
who has played a major role in her abduction.
She runs away from the camp in the midst of
thick, eerie jungles. She is followed and saved by
none other than the man who she hates most in
the world, called Roshan Khan. She is shocked to
realize that he has not come to kill her but to
protect her from the stealthily following
terrorists. The story thereafter oscillates
between danger and adventure, between hatred
and attraction, like and dislike, admiration and
mistrust. Would Snigdha come to know who
Roshan is? Why is a terrorist protecting her?
Would Snigdha reach her destination safely? Or
would the terrorists following her catch her? The
story of ‘Flames of Paradise’ unfolds with each
step Snigdha takes in the deadly, dark jungle,
where she is torn between love and hate, doubt
and faith.