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Raising a young child on her own, writing him letters pretending to be his absentee father, Vasudha Prasad has taught herself not to dream.
A wealthy hotelier with no fixed address, Aarav Ruparel travels light, using ambition to shield himself from emotion.
Neither is seeking love. And when it comes calling, it tests them both - Vasudha must accept that her marriage was a mistake, and Aarav must learn that sometimes loss is gain.
'All that could have Been' is a compelling examination of love by one of Indian cinemas most extraordinary chroniclers of human relationships.
About the Author
Mahesh Bhatt is an acclaimed and popular film director, producer and screenwriter. In addition to the landmark films Arth (1982), Saaransh (1984), Janam (1985), Daddy (1989), Awaargi (1990) and Zakhm (1998), his work as director and screenwriter includes commercial hits such as Aashiqui (1990), Dil Hai Ki Manta Nahin (1991) and Sadak (1991). After he retired as director in 1999, he has written and produced several successful films, among them, Raaz (2002), Jism (2003) and Murder (2004). Mahesh Bhatt is also the author of two books - U. G. Krishnamurti - A Life and A Taste of Life - The Last Days of U. G. Krishnamurti.