A Requital Thriller – Miasma

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Rishi Kapal, the ex interim MD and VP of Sony  Mobile turned author and performance coach recently has launched his latest fictional thriller titled ‘MIASMA’. The book was launched at Title Waves, Bandra West, in the presence of the finest dignitaries in the industry : Mr. Sudhanshu Vats, MD and CEO of Viacom 18, Mr. Siddharth Bhardwaj, CMO and National Sales Head, UFO Moviez India Limited and  Mr. Ram Kamal Mukherjee, India’s first Power Brand Film Journalist, Filmmaker & Biographer.

Mr Sudhanshu Vats, MD and CEO of Viacom 18, Mr Siddharth Bhardwaj, CMO and National Sales Head, UFO Moviez India Limited and Mr Ram Kamal Mukherjee, India’s first Power Brand Film Journalist, Filmmaker & Biographer.

Commenting on the Launch, Mr Rishi Kapal says, “I am thrilled to put forward my fictional piece of writing and present it in front of you all. I hope that the media and entertainment industry welcomes to new and fresh content. We also have a very intelligent audience today who are living proof for us to know that content is king. I would like to thank Mr Sudhanshu, Mr Ram Kamal Mukherjee and Mr Siddharth Bhardwaj who stand strong by my side on such an important day life. With bated breath, I eagerly look forward to all the reviews and feedback about my book. The surprise to reveal here is that there will be a sequel to this book whose manuscript is being penned by me as of now.”

On the other side, Mr Ram Kamal Mukherjee shares, adding, “Whenever you read a book, it should keep you hooked. Thriller is such a genre, it keeps you gripping and you just can’t stop reading it. The curiosity keeps you going all the way till the end. Miasma does just that. Rishi's latest book promises some chills and thrills. For those who want to be glued to a thrilling book over the weekend, do grab a copy of Miasma. I would like to congratulate Rishi on this commendable achievement, and would like to wish him all the best for his successful future endeavours as well.”

“Miasma is more than just a story, it takes you through an experience just like at the movies. You need to have the power to visualize what you read, and the book takes you through just that. Miasma is the most explosive thriller you can read. It’s edgy and simply unputdownable. The high-octane, pulse-racing style of writing makes you experience the story almost real-time. With its unexpected turn of events, you may think the climax is near, but then it becomes elusive. I would be rating this as a screenplay-worthy novel from Rishi and can’t wait for him to release the sequel’’, added Mr Siddharth Bhardwaj.

Mind games are tough to win. They are deep and dark. Miasma, a requital thriller, is a journey of planning, ruthless execution and a thriller you won’t put down before reading end to end.

Nirbhay, a self-made, highly successful consulting professional lives in a lavish villa on an island in the Maldives. Everything is perfect until he starts to have near-death episodes. Luckily for Nirbhay, his best friend is a doctor who saves him from disasters well in time. Before Nirbhay realizes it, the ordinary things os use in his life turn into weapons, inflicting psychological and physical harm. What is happening? Why and how did Nirbhay’s blessed life turn into a curse?

Does Nirbhay’s have a genuine medical issue? Or is there something much eviler and sinister unfolding in Nirbhay’s life?

What does the future have in store for Nirbhay? Has something in his past come back like a haunting? Read it to live it, to believe it.


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