In conversation with Urmi Sanghavi Mehta author of "Fatal Love".

Hello. Good evening everyone. Join my conversation on 12th February at 07:00 p.m. With Urmi Sanghavi Mehta who is the author of the novel called fatal Love. Urmi Mehta was born in Ahmedabad, brought up in Kolkata, settled in Mumbai, she has been an avid fiction reader. She loves reading stories and creating them too. One emotion of unconditional love and she has managed to wrap an entire novel around it

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Manalika Das
@Manalika · 0:12

In conversation with Urmi Sanghavi Mehta; author of "Fatal Love". #authorinterview #swellinterview #indiaspotlight @urmi_mehta212

Hello, everyone. So now I welcome Urmi Sanghavi Mehta, who is the author of the novel called fatal love. Hello, ma'am. I hope you are doing well and I cannot wait to have a conversation with
Urmi Mehta
@urmi_mehta212 · 0:11

@Manalika

Hi, Manalika. I am doing really well and I hope you are doing well as well. Super excited to be here. Looking forward to this conversation with you and every one of our listeners
Manalika Das
@Manalika · 0:18

Q1. In conversation with Urmi Sanghavi Mehta; author of "Fatal Love". #authorinterview #swellinterview #indiaspotlight @urmi_mehta212

Well, that's great, ma'am. So let's start with the interview. So my first question is basically how you became an author. So what inspired you to become an author? Considering your diverse background and experiences, I am pretty sure there must have been some sort of an inspiration, and I would love to know about it
Urmi Mehta
@urmi_mehta212 · 1:01

@Manalika @HarperCollins @RupaPublication. Fatal Love https://amzn.eu/d/5ut0ghq

So my inspiration, if you ask me, I'm going to say that it is a little bit in my genes because both of my parents are good writers, my mom more so because she is also publishing her articles in a magazine. And so I've always seen this side of life, you know, the creative, the writing. And I always wanted to explore it. However, were to be honest, I did not dream of becoming an author
Manalika Das
@Manalika · 0:32

Q2. In conversation with Urmi Sanghavi Mehta; author of "Fatal Love". #authorinterview #swellinterview #indiaspotlight @urmi_mehta212

Ah. Well, ma'am, that's very interesting. Plus, I believe that sometimes there are certain things which we do unconsciously not knowing about what will happen in the future. I mean, you did write something, but it was not something in which you were deciding to form a career. So it was something which you did because you like doing. It was a form of expression. But slowly and steadily, you realized your potential. And I think that's the most beautiful thing ever. Her
Urmi Mehta
@urmi_mehta212 · 1:20

@Manalika @MoonPoet @HarperCollins @Clever_fox Fatal Love https://amzn.eu/d/5ut0ghq

I also realized that when we talk about city or a place, we also have some predetermined notions of the people who live there and everything the way it happens there. This realization sat very deep within me when I was traveling across different cities. So when I started writing, I wanted the readers to come with an open mind and not have any form of predetermined notions. This made me choose my characters as well as the place to be fictional
Manalika Das
@Manalika · 0:51

Q3. In conversation with Urmi Sanghavi Mehta; author of "Fatal Love". #authorinterview #swellinterview #indiaspotlight @urmi_mehta212

Indeed, ma'am, even I believe that we do have certain predetermined notions about a particular state or like a city. And when we talk about a person we do think of their characteristics which are linked up to that city. So for example, if I say that a person lives in Bangalore, so immediately my mind will go to a person who is doing his or her nine to five job who is living in an area where there's so much congestion because of so many people going there to work
Urmi Mehta
@urmi_mehta212 · 1:23

@Manalika @RupaPublication @SKMpublication @jecpublication. Fatal Love https://amzn.eu/d/5ut0ghq

It is a roller coaster ride for her, and if she can heal from it, so can you, is my strongest message to my readers. Healing is your choice. I have also tried to bring about the importance of therapy and how it helps, how it is normal and healthy to seek out therapy and help for yourself. If you feel like it, it is safe, it is good
Manalika Das
@Manalika · 1:50

Q4. In conversation with Urmi Sanghavi Mehta; author of "Fatal Love". #authorinterview #swellinterview #indiaspotlight @urmi_mehta212

So I think emotional stability is something which is very important for humans right now. Plus, also, I am really glad that you have mentioned that not only self help or not only books regarding self help or therapy, there are other sorts of novels. Like, for example, you have written about fatal love. So there are other sort of measures as well, through which you can help your audience. You can help your audience to understand what emotional stability is. You can connect with them
Urmi Mehta
@urmi_mehta212 · 1:41

@Manalika @HarperCollins @RupaPublication @BFCPUBLICATIONS @FlyDreams. Fatal Love https://amzn.eu/d/5ut0ghq

And don't we all sometimes feel that we are too fast to judge? Do we actually have the time, space or energy or even the patience to hear other people's side of story? Well, I wanted my book to be all about love, but I also realized and I knew, that I needed to add some thrill so that I could reach out to my readers to get them hooked and keep them on the edge of their seat
Manalika Das
@Manalika · 0:37

In conversation with Urmi Sanghavi Mehta; author of "Fatal Love". #authorinterview #swellinterview #indiaspotlight @urmi_mehta212

Indeed, ma'am. And I can conclude that your novel is not like a typical love story. It has a lot of elements of suspense, thrill, emotions and whatnot, which will keep the readers hooked till the end, I am pretty sure. So, ma'am, coming to my next question. Whenever we write something, whenever we create something, we always have certain points in our mind. We wish that. Yeah, these are certain points which I want my readers to understand or take away
Urmi Mehta
@urmi_mehta212 · 1:01

@Manalika @Shashwatpub @RupaPublication@nityabooksFatal Love https://amzn.eu/d/5ut0ghq

So the very core message, if you ask me, Manalika, that, you know, I hope that my readers take away from my book the fatal love is of unconditional love. To believe in it and to believe that it exists, it exists somewhere out there and we all deserve it and we will get it. Do not lose that hope amidst all the chaos, I promise there is a jake for your yara. And apart from that, of course, there is messages of emotional and Mehta health
Manalika Das
@Manalika · 0:36

In conversation with Urmi Sanghavi Mehta; author of "Fatal Love". #authorinterview #swellinterview #indiaspotlight @urmi_mehta212

So I got to know a lot of things. And ma'am, I really wish that we can have further conversations in the future as well. Along with that, ma'am, thank you once again and best of luck for your future endeavors
Urmi Mehta
@urmi_mehta212 · 0:34

@Manalika. Fatal Love https://amzn.eu/d/5ut0ghq

Same here Manalika. Even I had a great time talking with you, sharing my thoughts, my views with you and I really loved how you grasped each of my ideas so acceptingly. Also, thank you to all my listeners for getting hooked to the conversation. I hope you enjoy my book. Give it a try. I promise it is going to be a journey which you're going to remember even after you close the book. And thanks again Manalika