Dice Media’s Little Things is one of the most anticipated web series in India. Mithila Palkar and Dhruv Sehgal together weaved a magic that is not going to wear off until and unless there’s a season 2. The adorable camaraderie and the irresistible cuteness made people crave for more and more of their screen time.
The few episodes of Little Things seasons 1 collectively had over 40 million views, which quite apparently proves the point that Little Things is quite a popular web series. Little Things Book is releasing on 12th June; it is published by Penguin India and written by an author Dipen Shah.
About the book Little Things
You don’t need big things to happen. A little love, a little togetherness, and a little happiness are all you need!
Be it the effects of FOMO (Fear of Missing Out) on a weekend, or trying out a new restaurant, or coping with a tough day at work, Dhruv and Kaveri are there to take each other through the ups and downs of everyday life. Their lives are a series of simple yet charming incidents that make for a heart-warming read in the form of short stories.
Unpretentious and honest, this book offers a peek into the life of a young couple that knows how to find meaning in the ‘little things‘.
Adapted from Dice Media’s immensely popular web series by the same name, Little Things is both delightful and entertaining. Source
About the Author of Little Things: Dipen Shah
Dipen Shah was born in Mumbai and spent most of his childhood in Doha, Qatar. He started working as a copywriter after completing his bachelor’s in media and communications. Later, he wrote content for Indian
Premier League (IPL) teams like Royal Challengers Bangalore and Kings XI Punjab before moving to FilterCopy, Dice Media and Gobble as a social media manager. Currently, he is a copy editor at FilterCopy. Dipen loves comedy and hopes to become a comedian someday. He is also a hopeless romantic. He lives in Mumbai. Source
Trailer of Web Series Little Things
Little Things is a contemporary web series that puts forward the little fun of being in a relationship; it makes us stand face to face with our fears and little things we keep ignoring. This sweet web series brings out the fun side of the relationship and makes us realize how eating together is more important than witnessing the greatest events of the world together.
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