But from the louder shrieks and laughter of his friends around, I know he is the guy I am looking for.
Twenty-three-year-old Raj (let’s call him that for now) is giving away their secrets to a total stranger — me.
How then is this mobile revolution changing the attitudes of the next gen of young boys and girls in India?
And more importantly, how is it influencing the choices they make? Are they really as promiscuous as the media would have us believe? Unable to find satisfactory answers to my questions, I traded a quiet evening at home with driving through traffic snarls to a nightclub to figure out what the millennials, half my age, are thinking (or rather, doing).
It has been a year since Raj and his friends graduated from a premier college in the state and are now working in the city.