Summary of the BookCalling Sehmat is inspired by a real-life incident. The author came across this story during the Kargil conflict of 1999 when an Indian army officer told him about how his mother, a Kashmiri Muslim, had married a Pakistan army officer to provide India with classified information during the 1971 war. This story has been set in India and Pakistan in 1971 and revolves around Sehmat Khan, who was born to a Kashmiri Muslim father and a Hindu mother. She is a regular, young, college-going girl when she learns that her father is dying of cancer. As part of his dying wish, he wishes to see his daughter get married to a Pakistani army officer, who also happens to be his friend’s son. Just before her marriage, Sehmat is given training in spy tactics by the members of the RAW. After marriage, she moves to Pakistan. What happens next? Will she be caught by the Pakistan Intelligence Organization? Buy Calling Sehmat online and find out. About the Author Harinder S.Sikka (also known by the name, Harinder Sikka) is the group director of Piramal Group. He graduated from Delhi University, after which he joined the Indian Army. He is also into film production. His film, Nanak Shah Fakir, was highly acclaimed at various film festivals. This film even won three national awards, including the Nargis Dutt Award for the Best Feature Film about national integration. He is also known for his writings, particularly his second book, Calling Sehmat. This book has been adapted into a Bollywood film, Raazi, by Meghna Gulzar. The film too garnered great appreciation for its storyline.
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