"Love is like war in many ways, and the most chaotic part of love is the breakup. The phrase ""rules of war"" is ironic. How does something as chaotic as war have rules? A breakup can teach a person a lot about love and relationship, and it does not necessarily have to be tragic always. The lovebirds Adi and Shraddha wrestle with themselves over how the breakup happens, and then they have to deal with the aftermath. The scary thing is that they have their own tough experiences with their breakup. And, of course, the length of their relationship may dictate the breakup rules. So, this is a story of a couple, Adi and Shraddha who are in their mid-twenties, living together in a city and working independently and very much in love. Their relation takes a toll when they out of nowhere come up with a weird break-up and set the breakup rules. Shraddha is appalled at this concept but realizes that situation is out of control. After much deliberation, they decide to take a break to reassess their relationship. Can they put their egos aside and get back together? "
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