What To Do When Interest Rate Goes Up?

As interest rates continue to rise, especially in the past few quarters, opting for a loan has become more and more difficult. According to financial services industry trends, the interest rate is only expected to rise further. In such times, the borrower needs to tighten their wallets and find out ways to reduce the impact. There are ways in which you can save a significant amount of money if only you be a little bit more vigil, well informed and proactive.

What can you do for Home loans?
There could be tough times ahead for home buyers since that is usually the largest loan one has. Many banks today are charging from 8.5% to 10% which is a far cry from a few years back when interest rates were as low as 6%. With such rates, your monthly EMIs won’t be affected but your total payable interest will certainly go up and the tenure of your loan. Following are just some of the key ways in which you can tackle this situation and save more than a few bucks!

1. Increase your EMI instead of tenure
Most of the lenders will extend the loan tenure instead of increasing the EMI itself. A smart borrower should increase the EMI and look out for a tenure deduction to save from paying more than what they had planned for.
For instance, let us take a look at the example below to have a more clear understanding

As you can see, when there is a hike in interest rate and the tenure increases, you end up paying ₹84,978/- more than your actual payable. However, if you only increase the EMI amount by a meagre ₹120/- you must pay only ₹21,294, which is much lesser than the amount you had to pay in case your tenure was increased. This is just an example and you can save depending on your requirement.

2. Pay off a goodly chunk
If you are able to, pay off the loan as much as possible to reduce your tenure. In this way, you will be saving a lot of excess money which would’ve been spent and will also relieve the mental burden. In the above example, you can pre-pay Rs 15000 and keep the EMI and tenure same, neutralizing the impact of interest rate hike. You may know that pre-payment on home loans do not elicit any charges.

3. Review how your interest rate is pegged
Over the years, RBI has issued guidelines to banks and housing finance companies to keep changing the pegging for home loan interest rates. You would have heard terms like PLR, Bank Rate and MCLR. MCLR is the latest reference for lending rate by banks, and it allows better benefits for consumers. Do ensure your home loan interest rate is now pegged to MCLR and not to Bank rate, if you have taken loan from a bank.

4. Switch your lender
As a final option you can also consider switching your lender. While changing lender could result in saving on total payable interest, you should also take into consideration other expenses such as processing charges and documentation fees. If you are saving more in Interest after the payment of a few thousands as processing fees, then that would be a good deal. However, if you are closer to the completion of your loan, it would not make much sense to peep into other schemes. While you’re at it, make sure that your credit score is not hampered or affected due to multiple inquiries.

Planning to buy that fridge, TV or mobile phone on EMI? 3 Tips to consider for Christmas shopping!

We are in the midst of the festive season and discounts are flashing everywhere you turn your face. As such, you would be tempted to buy that TV or fridge or phone you were ardently longing for, but couldn’t lay your hands on them considering the enormous price. “Not anymore!” — proclaims one of the advertises on a famous online e-commerce website. These concerns no longer exist because of the advent of EMI facilities on expensive online products.

EMI or Easy Monthly Installment actually feels like it was invented keeping the Indian customers in mind. With festivals dotting the Indian calendar all around the year, and a prosperous population a.k.a. ‘Market’ to consume anything and everything the world has to offer, it just makes sense to make buying easier for buyers. This is especially true when you know they will be buying more this way. However, as a customer, you should always be cautious and clever when practicing this seemingly powerful facility to buy things beyond your capacity. Credit cards and EMIs while feasible could prove to be a big headache if dealt with clumsily. Here are a few tips you should remember whenever you plan to buy online, especially electronics on EMI:

Tip 1: Choose The Right EMI Option
When you are looking to buy a phone online on EMI with your Credit card, you have to be mindful of certain payments. While there is a good 12% to 18% interest rate on the EMI, some brands and banks even offer a 0% interest rate. Banks try to mitigate their losses by performing credit risk assessment before allocating you a loan. Most banks such as HDFC, SBI, ICICI etc. offer you with EMIs ranging from a period of 3 to 36 months.

Take the example of an iPhone X which is available at a discounted price of Rs. 79,999/- on Flipkart and which can be purchased using the EMI facility. Here, ICICI bank is offering multiple standard plans from 3 EMIs at 13% PA i.e. 27,247 p.m. to 36 EMIs at 14% PA i.e. 2,735 p.m. Also, you need to do the down payment along with a one-time processing fee (generally 0.5 to 1% of the total amount) and then pay the remaining amount in installments. Which means for an EMI of 3 Months, you will be paying a total of Rs. 81,741 i.e. Rs. 1,742/- extra while for an EMI of 36 months, you’ll end up paying Rs. 98,460/-, which is a whopping Rs. 18,461/- extra. This is an amount in which you can easily buy another decent smartphone.

If you are genuinely looking to buy something without the hassle of interest filled payments , then the best option is to look out for a‘0% interest EMI’ or ‘No cost EMI’. There are only a few banks which provide you with this option compared to the standard EMIs. Hence, you need to ensure your bank provides you with this facility so that you can avail its benefits. There is a certain one-time charge that they accrue though. But it is still a feasible option than standard EMI.

Let not the lure of paying less amount each month fool you into paying much more than the actual price. It is advisable to choose a moderate tenure of EMI where you can pay the monthly dues without much sweat while keeping the interest rates under control.

Tip 2: Buy Only The Essentials
Most e-commerce websites entice you with the option to buy expensive products online using Easy EMI options. The algorithm of the online websites is such that you will be searching for a TV, and a suggestion for a home theater will be displayed on the page end. You would be looking for a mobile phone, and a suggestion for covers and screen guard will pop up. All these fascinating offers are only good to bewitch you and make you spend more than you had initially planned. Whenever spending, you need to analyze and decide whether the amount you are willing to pay is congruent with your current financial situation and needs. Always remember that whether it be a TV or a fridge or a phone, it is just a product and not an asset. Hence, the value will only keep depreciating over its limited lifetime.

Tip 3: Pay Your Dues On Time
An EMI paid from a credit card is deducted wholly at one go. That means If you want to buy a TV worth 50,000, your credit limit should be at least 50,000 or more to deem you eligible. When you purchase anything on EMI, the whole amount is deducted from your credit amount and you are required to repay this amount in EMIs to your credit provider. Pay your dues on time and avoid defaulting. In this way, your credit score will also be maintained.

Hence, if you are planning to buy a TV, fridge or mobile phone this Christmas, always go for an EMI option which does not stretch your finances beyond limits. Keep your heads on your shoulders and do not get carried away in the festive fervor. We at CRIF hope you enjoy Christmas and keep your spirits & credit score high!

Went Overboard On Your Finances This Festive Season? 3 Ways to Come Out Of It

Diwali, Christmas and then New Year brought along with it a lot of celebration, jollification and merry making. The long holiday week saw a surge of people flooding the roads and skies, cross travelling between cities and countries. Gauging the streets filled with frantic shoppers, shopping it seems, has reached an all-time high. People are desperately trying to keep up with the lofty lifestyle of this generation. With all the glitter around you, you are compelled to believe that If you are not spending, you are not doing it right. Certainly then, all this subsistence comes with a price tag. Considering you too went a bit overboard on your spending this festive season, here are some tips to get you back from your financial guilt-trip.

1. Get rid of your credit card, well just temporarily
Do this right now. Hide your credit card and forget about its whereabouts for a month! Seriously, that’s the only immediate way to escape further debt. While we know this is not practically doable, but having a credit card handy post is like lingering around the forbidden fruit, one bite, and get ready to be kicked out of the garden. Resist the temptation if you don’t want to bleed your credit score further. You can use a debit card instead to avoid the risk of debt. Better still, is to use a digital wallet or withdraw the old fashioned cash from the ATM and spend the same. In this way, you have a limited resource to spend from which keeps you aware each time the amount is deducted. The point is to pause your credit card usage for a while until things settle down!

2. Instead of buying new stuff, sell or exchange old one
Instead of indulging in buying something new, learn the art of selling, recycling and reusing. There are quite a few unused things in every house which can be either reprocessed or sold off. With various online portals at your disposal, selling has become as easy as buying. Those items which lay unused occupying your space could be sold off for a goodly return and for good. If you are not among the ones to engage in the hassle of selling, then you may look out for exchange offers. There are offers on electronics and clothes where you can exchange old ones in return of a new one minus the value of the old.

3. Prioritize on clearing your debt
Stress on clearing your debt first. Maintain due diligence wherever possible. Even the seemingly trivial expenses such as having outside food and drinks, turning off your AC/lights, cutting down your car drives, avoiding using debit/credit card in place of cash, avoiding unnecessary purchase of things could collectively have a significant effect on your savings. In this way, you will be able to repay the monthly EMIs on time and pay at least the minimum due credit card amount. You will also learn some discipline and could even inculcate this as a habit thus helping you in the long run to improve your credit report.

Now that the festive season is over and the damage has been done, it is time for you to scrutinize your financial health. In India, you are entitled for free credit score from any of the four bureaus authorized by RBI. Credit scores can vary across the bureaus and an overall score of 700 and above is considered healthy for all.

Seth Godin, an American author says, “People do not buy goods & services. They buy relations, stories, and magic.” This quote indicates that our buying decisions are not completely based on rationality but are driven by some emotional impetus such as Love, Pride, Ego etc. We don’t just want to buy a utility, we want to buy a memory. Hence, while buying, we tend to prefer something expensive over useful in order to maintain our status.

The company you have while shopping also matters a lot as they influence your buying decisions more than you think. You only realize what you have purchased once you are in the ecosystem of your own house. Spare yourself this emotional atyachaar by keeping your head on your shoulders while shopping. If you comply with the above laws, you will soon find yourself out of this financial mess!

Learn To Be A Smart Borrower This Festive Season

This New Year, learn to be a smart borrower in the Super-hero way!

The susceptibility to become a spendthrift becomes more during the Christmas and New Year season. As the festivities are about to start, we are sure to buy gifts for loved ones, appliances for home and jewelry in abundance because of the irresistible offers that dominate the market. At this time of the season there are loans that people avail to buy expensive things. Often they throw caution to the wind to take advantage of a festive deal.

But does waiting for the festive offers to kick in so that you can save money make you smart? Are you really saving money? Is it a smart decision to splurge during the festive season? Let us break down the steps you should keep in your mind in the Superhero way while you decide your expenses this festive season.

With great festivals comes big expenditures!
It is essential to plan your shopping spree beforehand. As Batman said “with great power comes great responsibilities” so in a country where every festival is celebrated magnanimously it may get difficult to curb your expenditure. Don’t let the festive mood get the better of your financial judgment. It’s important to differentiate between what you need and what you want to avoid (impulsive shopping!).

Make a list of the things you are planning to buy based on affordability and try to stick to it. You should do a meticulous comparison of the available products and look for the best deals before you zero in on an item. Rein in your horses and take objective decisions.

This is my gift, my curse. Who am I? I’m Credit Score.
As Spider-Man accepted his powers as a gift, you should enhance your credit score and use it as gift too. Maintaining credit score is important and it is not unknown to anybody who handles finances on their own. If your credit score is 700 or above, then you are eligible to get a loan to fulfill your wishes. In case it is lower than 700 then you should mend it before it becomes a curse.

Your overall financial health is reflected in credit score and to make it better one must do payments and repayments on time, do a yearly check on the score and use credit in a wiser way. If you are looking for ways to ensure you keep your credit score, well above average, then don’t forget to read our blog,“7 Surefire Ways to Improve Your Credit Score”

Life doesn’t give us money, loans give us.
Getting a loan is easier now-a-days if you meet the eligibility and parameters like good credit score and report. Consumer durable loans are an amount of money lent to an individual for personal, family, or household purposes. Consumer loans are monitored by government regulatory agencies for their compliance with consumer protection regulations such as the Truth in Lending Act.

It is important to know whether you can pay of the loan that you take for buying or the amount that you are paying back does not have a vast difference with the principal amount of the loan. The super hero Flash says “Life doesn’t give us purpose. We give life purpose.” just the way loans work for consumers. Remember to take up a loan that has a considerably lower tenure but higher EMI, this eventually saves you money and gives better interest rates.

In a world of ordinary mortals, Discounts are a wonder woman.
As wonder woman says, “In a world of ordinary mortals, you are a wonder woman”, here the regular prices are ordinary mortals and the heavy discounts and offers are the wonder women while you buy your dreams. The festive season brings in best of offers and discounts, slashing out the price as low as possible. It is your duty to do your research thoroughly before you cash in on any offer.

As Superman say “I hear everything. You wrote that the world doesn’t need a savior, but every day I hear people crying for one”, CRIF is the super hero that helps you measure your credit score in the most accurate way so that you are financially aware and plan your expenses in such a way that you save more and spend less.

Tips to Avoid splurging On Your Diwali Bonus Today For A Better Tomorrow

Besides lighting diyas, exchanging gifts with your family and friends and making a handful of joyous moments, Diwali also brings cheer in the form of bonuses from work. You often make a never-ending shopping list as you have that hefty Diwali bonus to bolster your spending intentions. While it’s okay to splurge a little from it, this money should be wisely used to help you reach your long-term financial objectives. We often forget that the habit of saving and investing smartly lead to wealth creation rather than indulging in extravagance. For those who lack a clear plan on what to do with the bonus money, here are some tips that will help you spend wisely and make the most of your Diwali Bonus:

Prepare a Diwali Shopping List
Diwali is a festival where people tend to overspend or do most of their major shopping because at this time of the year all the exorbitantly priced things are sold at discounted rates. However, before you spend your hard-earned money mindlessly, consider preparing a Diwali shopping list. Every item, that you’re likely to buy for Diwali should be included in your list. Once the list is ready, scrape out the things that you can skip buying and make do with your existing things. Identify the items that you really require in that month and eliminate the ones that seem unimportant. A well-prepared shopping list will help you save money from the bonus and prevent you from being an impulsive shopper.

Pay off high-interest debt
Double-digit interest on a loan can be harsh on your financial stability, especially if you have been trying to clear it for a long time. You should use your bonus at this time to repay any high-interest debts before shopping for frills. Financial experts say that an individual’s priority must be to do away with the debt that has an interest rate more significant than what you could earn on that money elsewhere. Paying off debt can ensure peace of mind and help you clear your finances for other expenses.

Create an emergency fund
It’s a good idea to have an emergency fund that can meet 3-6 months of living expenses. This can ensure a stress-free lifestyle if you were to face an unexpected and costly medical issue, or unable to work for any reason. An emergency fund offers much-needed liquidity in the event of an unanticipated expense. With an emergency fund at hand, you may not have to apply for a high-interest loan to handle a crisis.

Keep an Eye for Festive Loan Offers
On Diwali, people welcome wealth and prosperity into their homes. Therefore, buying gold and other expensive items such as a new house or a car during this festive season is considered to be auspicious. If you’re planning to buy a car or a house, this is the great season to do so as a lot of banks offer great deals on various types of loans such as car loans and home loans. Invest your bonus money in a planned way to get the most out of it.

Avoid hasty decisions that harm your Credit Score
Mindless decisions that affect your credit score and reports should be avoided instead you should always take decisions that will improve your credit score further. Random purchases or loans that are difficult to repay later would refrain you from achieving stability in your finances. Make sure you plan and chalk out the ‘can’ and ‘cannot’ to stay informed and aware.

Keep a check on your credit purchases.
When you purchase on credit it is essential to constantly calculate and set all due dates as a reminder. It is essential to keep your credit card purchases under control as exceeding limits could affect your credit score and credit report directly. Also, to maintain a healthy credit score one must repay the credit card dues on time because any delay would hamper it.

Diwali bonus and the festive discounts will make every deal look very alluring but refrain yourself from buying unnecessary things and pre-plan your expenses during the festivities. Be a smart consumer and get the maximum benefits from the dealers.

Planning To Buy A Car This Festive Season? Here’s a Checklist Before Signing That Car Loan!

Festive seasons in India come along with a lot of offers and deal on cars, adding more festivity to the season. Be it Diwali or Durga Puja, there will be discounts and offers galore on varied products and it is in your best interest to avail them before it’s gone.

The car is one of the most thoughtful purchases that one has to do. It not only is confusing amidst an enormous number of options but is also a little nerve wrecking when a loan has to be taken for the same. If you are planning to buy a car that you have wished for then we have a list of things that should be on your checklist before you hop on to a decision or before you apply for a car loan, making things uncomplicated.

Did you decide what car you would go for? The first thing is to plan what car you really want to buy and is also a practical option for you and your family. It is wise to decide a car that fits the needs and does not compromise with your dreams too. As a novice driver, you must not invest in a high-end car or for that matter a new one. Choose the car that matches the purpose.These are few parameters that will definitely help you decide the right car model that will suit your needs:

  • Firstly according to your needs to choose a car category, from a hatchback to a sedan to MUV to SUV, there are many options in the market.
  • Fuel-type – To choose which type of fuel the car will be consuming is important as eventually it will become a major part of your monthly expenses. Petrol, diesel or CNG, choose whichever suits your budget.
  • Thirdly, choose between manual and automatic cars according to your comfort.

Have you checked your credit score?
Credit score and history should first be in place before you start planning to apply for your car loan. The foremost step is to visit an RBI-approved credit bureau website like CRIF and check your credit-worthiness. A higher score means a better chance of loan approval and lower will be the interest rates. One will have a greater probability of approval of the loan if he/she has a score above 700.

Have you made a checklist of the documents?
The lenders often check your credibility and a list of documents before granting the loan. The list includes proof of identity, (such as PAN, Driving License Number, Aadhaar etc) your income proof (salary slips for last 3 months, Form 16 for last 2-3 years etc), credit and bank history (bank statements for past 6 months), proof of residence (electricity bill, driving license).

How much down payment can you afford? Now a day’s car dealers tie up with various banks and lenders, bringing in the possibility of 100% finance. Though it may sound very enticing once you start evaluating the options you will know that more the loan, higher the EMI. Make sure you have most of the amount ready as the down payment which eventually helps in the lower loan amount, thus a lower EMI.

What is the tenure of the loan? The repayment through EMI depends on the tenure of the loan. It is feasible to take a longer tenure loan (say for 5 years or more) if your income is on the lower side as it reduces the portion of the EMI as the loan amount is spread over a longer time and a shorter one (3-5 years) if you can afford it.

What are the loan rates? Car loan interest rates start at 8.7% per annum, depending on your car model, repayment capacity, employer, etc. At first check with your bank if they have any offers or any deal that gives lower interest rates. Secondly, visit all the online lending marketplaces and compare carefully all the deals to get the best one. Make sure a detailed inquiry is done by you before you finalise on a deal.

What kind of credit behaviour do you have? Do not make multiple inquiries in the same bank as it indicates that you have credit hungry behavior which eventually does affect your credibility and credit score. When you ask for a loan from a bank and get rejected for the same then you should not go back to the same lender again without fixing the glitches in your application profile.

Have you read the fine print? Lenders charge this fee to cover the cost incurred while evaluating your loan application. This is usually a non-refundable fee. In festive seasons and other offers, many lenders waive off their processing fees to attract business. Ensure that such lenders are not charging a higher interest rate or other charges to offset their loss from the reduction of processing fee.

Finally, did you take the test drive? When you choose to buy a new car or an old one never skip the luxury of getting a free test drive. It will help you take a decision which is often one of the biggest dreams that one fulfills with their hard earned money.

Your dream car is an emotional & financial investment and you would not want to take a hasty decision about it. Hoping that buying your new ride is easy now with all the information assimilated in this article. Out of all the steps, make sure to first check your credit score with CRIF before you apply for your car loan.

Risk Vs Returns- Be Alert Towards ‘Quick Money’ Investment Schemes

This year, the Financial Literacy Week by RBI focuses on “Consumer Rights” to educate consumers about the crimes by investment fraudsters and how they should always be on a lookout to never fall into such schemes.

Thinking about securing your future always tends to aim at an understanding spree about investments. Sometimes though, we come across hard-to-believe schemes in the name of banks associated with it. Here’s a quick tip: Do not fall prey to these kinds of activities. Understanding investment plans are realizing that higher the returns, higher would be the risks- that is the principle. But one needs to grasp that higher returns may come with higher risks but higher risks might not necessarily always come up with higher returns. You must understand that it’s the market time you enter and not your timing in the market.

Before understanding the fruitful returns, be wary of the sources you plan on investing in or with. Investment frauds generally pose as a wide range of deceptive practices used by scammers to entice investors into making blind investing decisions. Given the game-changing ways of fraud each day, investment frauds generally follow one or all traits listed as below:

High ‘guaranteed’ returns-
Let’s face it, the principle says “higher the returns, higher are the risks”, but even then is no guarantee to it. So, if a scheme claims to guarantee your returns portion- do not engage further with it.

High initial investment-

This is like a “Ponzi” scheme. Here, investors are lured to invest large sums of money because the returns received are chunks of their own money as there is no other source of income.

Vague/complicated investment strategy-
At all times, financial experts always advise on investing in schemes that you understand properly, in and out. Now, when a representative approaches you with a scheme that you try to understand better and in return get a more complex version of it- you are probably talking to a con man.

Unsustainable business model-
A company promising you ‘incredibly’ high returns should ideally have a sound business model with proper affiliations. If the story sounds odd or fake to you- simply walk away.

Being generous by paying back of losses-
When a representative says that he/she shall pay any losses if incurred from their own pocket- you definitely should run towards the door.

So, what can you do?
Ask for proper regulatory approvals
A registered company will never give an entity permission to mobilize public money. It needs approval from either Sebi or RBI.

Do your own research of the company and the scheme
Do not hesitate to ask one of your trusted financial consultants, consult your friends and search on the internet about the company and the scheme for any consumer reviews. If you are in doubt, better to avoid.

Do not issue cheques in the name of a third party
Always issue payments in the name of a bank or an institution and not towards any individual or third party. Also, remember never to issue blank cheques or sign on blank papers.

Ask for regular account statements
A genuine investment scheme will always provide account statements at regular intervals, either monthly, quarterly, half-yearly or annually. If it isn’t doing so, something might be wrong.

Match performance with stated investment strategy
The performance of your invested scheme must be in line with the returns promised. If not, investigate and if needed, take necessary action by reporting the case.

Now that you know, be alert of the frauds that claim fast money with your hard earned income. Share this knowledge with others and let’s unite with RBI to spread financial literacy this Financial Literacy Week 2018.

How Housing Loan helps you save tax?

Chennai Super Kings (CSK) won the Indian Premier League last month in a great fashion and this win was indeed special as it came after 7 long years. Aditya and Rakesh had been having a great time watching the weekend IPL matches together. However, this Sunday, it was a bit different. Rakesh seemed in a bit of mood while they were having tea together.

Rakesh was always a happy and smiling chap and Aditya too sensed something wrong when he saw Rakesh like that.

“What happened, Rakesh? You seem a bit upset.” Aditya was concerned.

“Nothing really. Just that my landlord has asked me to vacate the house in a month as he is planning to sell. He is selling off the property as he is going to Australia to stay with his son. He has even offered me to buy that flat for Rs. 50 lakhs, but I don’t have enough savings. I am just worried about finding a new rented house.” Rakesh and Aditya were friends for a long time and Rakesh was also comfortable sharing his life with him.

“Just Rs. 50 lakhs? It’s a great steal at this rate, Rakesh. The market value of this flat is at least Rs. 70 lakhs. Just go for it. And as regards funding the purchase is concerned, go for a housing loan.” Aditya immediately jumped off the seat.

“And you know what, this housing loan will help you save taxes as well.” Aditya further added.

“Oh really? How housing loan lowers my tax burden?” Seeing some tax advantage, Rakesh was now seriously considering the option to buy the flat after taking a housing loan.

“With a view to encouraging people to have their own house properties, Govt. provides tax deductions on the interest on housing loan as well as the principal repayment of the loan.” The financial advisor within Aditya was now active.

“That’s nice. How much tax savings can be expected?” It seemed like the idea had really pleased Rakesh and he was in no mood now to leave the offer to buy the flat.

“As per the present tax laws, you can save tax against the interest amount that you pay on such a property. Importantly, even if the property is self-occupied, you can avail of this benefit. Since you will stay in the house, interest amount of up to Rs. 2 lakhs can be deducted from your taxable income and hence you can save up to Rs. 62,400 of tax. In fact, if you have a co-borrower on the home loan, he or she can also additionally claim the deduction of up to Rs 2 lakhs from his or her taxable income.” Aditya was using his financial acumen to get him more interested.

“And the tax benefit not only stops with this. The principal amount of loan repaid during the year also gets deducted from your income as per Section 80C of the Income Tax Act, 1961 once you take the possession of the house. However, this benefit is part of the overall tax saving options such as ULIPs, PPF, EPF etc, under that section and the ceiling thereon is Rs. 1.50 lakhs for all the tax savers in aggregate. In fact, in the first year of the loan, you can also claim your expenses towards stamp duty and registration of the house under Sec. 80c.” Aditya added to his earlier statement.

“Any saving is indeed a good saving. While I was worried about finding a new flat on rent, you have given me a nice reason to think for something better.” Rakesh was much excited now.

“So, when are you inviting me for a tea in your own flat?” Aditya quickly stole the moment and it ended up with smiles on both the faces.