Sadique, an early-twentysomething from India, is more than meets the eye.

Beneath his calm and focused exterior is a man with a past: The former fat kid who was bullied. The boy who was told he would never make it big. The man who was told, “Go back to your fucking country you fucking terrorist!” just because of the color of his skin. But it doesn’t stop there.

He’s also the boy whose father taught him that being a man is more than material possessions. The kid who worked tirelessly to get to the top of his class, with the dream of studying and living in the US. The man who believes in appreciating women, instead of using them and throwing them away.

But don’t take my word for it, see for yourself. Experience Sadique’s Pillow Talk journey:


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