No Love Stories, Please!

By Imran Siddiqui

“Many a times, it so happens in life that nobody is wrong. Nobody’s intention is wrong for anybody. Yet everybody is unhappy. The entire environment gets filled with frustration and negativity. It’s ok until this point. Yet as things continue, to see each other happy, one of them becomes bad in the eyes of the other and even starts doing bad things, just to see the other person happy. Perhaps seeing these sad conditions of a human being’s life Shakespeare has said, “Time itself is corrupt.” He adds that there is no such thing as a hero or villain, as most of the time a hero is not a hero, but a villain. Sometimes, the villain himself turns out to be a hero, which means sometimes in just one character, we find both the hero and the villain. It is just not possible to imagine a hero and a villain as a separate entity, because time itself is corrupt. “

Imran Siddiqui
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"Imran Siddiqui was born in the year 1979, in Haraiya Village, located near the Bihar Border, on the Eastern side of Uttar Pradesh. He studied in a local school and college. In the year 1997, he went to Aligarh, Uttar Pradesh to prepare for his engineering exams. Since childhood, he took a keen interest in literature and philosophy. After preparing for the IIT exams, he found himself automatically drawn towards social research and literature, which also gave him an opportunity to relive his childhood hobbies. In the year 1999, he went to Delhi, where he dabbled with theatre for some time. In Oct 2002, he came to Mumbai. In the year 2003, he joined the arena of television soaps as an assistant director. Since then, he is active in the fields of television, theatre and writing. "