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  • Hello YWS! I'm back in the game after a really long time (I know). I've recently launched a new series titled 'KIA'. It's a good mash-up of elements like sci-fi, thriller, and heroism.

    Do check out the episodes of 'KIA Series' ;)


    Evander Heyo, Aravind! Welcome back!
    Sun May 13, 2018 5:59 pm


    Aravind Thank you so much!
    Sun May 13, 2018 6:01 pm

  • Happy birthday! I hope you have a wonderful day.


    Aravind thanks!
    Fri Feb 09, 2018 9:15 am

  • Happy birthday, @Aravind! I hope you have a wonderful day! ☆


    Aravind Thanks a ton!!
    Mon Feb 13, 2017 5:22 pm

  • Happy Birthday!


    Aravind Thank u
    Mon Feb 13, 2017 5:21 pm

  • Hello YWS! Long time no see - I've gotten the opportunity to work on a film project which is close to my heart. I've penned the story and screenplay for this and even directing it myself.

    Thank You - my project is titled "Lucas Bird" and here's the Teaser

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UA-kcQGbSYc

  • School begins in another 12 hours time. I've had a great time on YWS - in terms of constantly checking on what's happening here and there. Apparently IB Diploma awaits....it'll take some time for me to get back on track with what's happening.

    To all my followers and fellow YWS mates, thanks for your continuous support from the start of June - I feel blessed to have joined such a wonderful community.


  • HEEY

    I'm so sorry I only got your message like right now :/ chat from phone sucks so much


    Aravind That's fine. Just a casual greeting, really. Hope you're doing great
    Thu Jul 28, 2016 12:15 am

  • Off to Goa in a few hours. I'll share some pictures taken during my vacation. Be sure to check out "House Of Kehila" - Beginning of a Series.


    Stay Tuned ;)

  • I've always wanted to start writing series - Comedy. I've written an experimental episode for the series beginning "House of Kehila".

    It's a group of ideas I wanted to introduce in these series. Being the first episode, you may find it as a pass time. As it progresses, hopefully you can see all the drama and exciting moments kick in.

  • Began to simultaneously write my new story "CIO: Magnetic" along with my current one "I AM".

    "CIO: Magnetic" will be a Sci-Fi Thriller. Over the past week, I was busy doing some re-writing of the plot, as well as thorough research.

    Stay tuned for more information ;)

  • Chennai Trip was amazing - Express Avenue, Phoenix Mall, Family Wedding, Marina Beach, and Temples. I was pretty disappointed about not being able to watch "Kabali" here - a popular upcoming Tamil Film. Now I'll have to watch this in Mumbai - it's not the same experience as the one in Chennai.

    Anyways, I'll be back in Mumbai tomorrow 3pm.

    Clue about my next project: Social Issue


    Lava oh man, are you from Chennai?
    Mon Jul 18, 2016 7:55 pm


    Aravind Yes, you?
    Tue Jul 19, 2016 1:18 pm

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  • I'm on vacation - Chennai. What a great trip this is so far, because I finally visited Marina Beach. The whole experience was great. The peace and silence from my house here encouraged me to come up with ideas and concepts for six more stories.

  • If you loved "Brain" and my other stories, then be sure to stay tuned as I have plenty more to offer. Here are my upcoming projects:

    - I AM (Drama)
    - CIO: Magnetic (Sci-Fi Thriller)
    - Pulse (Psychological Romance)
    - Lucas Bird (Action Thriller)
    - Average (Coming of Age)
    - Hangover (Coming of Age Drama)
    - Annihilation (Action Drama)
    - Killing Softly (Drama)
    - 2075 (Sci-Fi Thriller)
    - Carpe Diem (Coming of Age Dramedy)
    - Untitled Medieval Epic Project
    - Untitled Vigilante Project
    - Untitled Drama Project

  • Hey all, I've recently published me latest story "Brain". It's a serious topic which I've chose to write about.

    I hope you all check it out and give your feedback :)



Perhaps when we find ourselves wanting everything, it is because we are dangerously close to wanting nothing.
— Sylvia Plath