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Shreyashee Roy

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An individual attempting to escape the tediousness of the socially constructed reality by conforming to its attractive elements like continental cuisines, indie movies, jazz music, fiction novels, poetry and an occasional dose of caffeine. Being a Bengali, she can't help but openly declare her love for fish (maach) and Rabindra Sangeet. She aspires to become a writer someday.

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