The Girl Who Knew Too Much by Vikrant Khana is a story with a different twist. In fact, it is a story of faith in self, love, and God. The faith that goes well beyond the boundaries of reality and brings you to a different level. A level that takes you out of the worldly chores and puts you a level above. A level where you create an endless bond with the people you are in love with. No matter where they are. And whether they still exist or not. It doesn’t matter at all. That is the crux of the story. That is the creation by Vikrant Khanna in a very innocent and intriguing manner. It engages you well right since its initiation simply by touching your heart strings. And when we talk about love, it is not only the love between a boy and a girl.
When we talk about love, it can be between any two persons. Say, a mother and her daughter. Or for that sake between any two persons. The story of The Girl Who Knew Too Much goes beyond life and connects a person who dies in an accident. This is the story of Harvinder aka Harry who falls in love with a girl in his neighborhood, Sahiba. But this guy was not very eager to express his love. Meanwhile, Sahiba falls in love with another gentleman Siddharth. And the moment Harry realizes it, he was not able to digest it. But then it is for Sahiba whom she loves so much that he decides to take an extreme step to hit Siddharth to clear his way. This was a too unmindful action for which, Harry never thinks about the outcome. He also forgets for the pain that Sahiba will undergo.
The Girl Who Knew Too Much Is Introspective
The Girl Who Knew Too Much is an introspective story that forces you to think about your actions in life. Those actions that look genuine but are actually not. In fact, these actions, sometimes, result in drastic results. And it brings you to a place where there is no reversal. There are a number of twists in the story. You will also meet Akshara in the story whose mother dies leaving a huge vacuum in her life. Akshara is just 13 and is not able to cope up with this jolt. And then Harry comes in her life narrating her his own story. This, he does, in order to create a similar kind of faith, that is there in Sahiba. As a matter fact, you will then easily able to correlate the situation Sahiba and Akshara passed through in their individual lives.
Overall, The Girl Who Knew Too Much is an interesting story though fictional but creating many emotional touchpoints of real life.