The people who appear in ‘Kasoor’ respond to prompts about relationships and romance, and their reactions are an emotional whirlwind. It is the raw emotions of crying, drifting away into nostalgia, and laughing that delivers authenticity to the aesthetic.
The only short stories I had read were written by Agatha Christie, Anton Chekhov, Rabindranath Tagore, R K Narayan, and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. Jeffery Archer was an unknown territory and without the overall dullness set in life, it would have probably stayed that way.
The sentiments of Israelis with the nation can only be understood once you visit the country and listen to the stories of their great grandfathers being killed, cousins being separated or them being looked down upon in other countries.