Dimpra Kaleem is the sum of many parts. Just as all of us have personalities that are a culmination of the varying influences that have shaped our lives, Dimpra is a separation from the original physicality that now resides in a world of fiction and fantasy.
It was once suggested that Shakespeare was a collection of people, rather than a single entity - I like this idea, this notion that collective egos can be put aside in order to produce something that can spark the imagination and create a world in which to escape such troubles that form part of our daily lives - If only for a few hours. Many of the works here are offered for free.
This is an attempt to introduce Dimpra to you all as a storyteller rather than an author, and
since 2010 Dimpra Kaleem has attempted to hone and refine the writing skills needed to make the leap from independent amateur to credible professional. This process has amassed a collective fanbase that has resulted in over 175,000 downloads.
And surprisingly, Vannesa Mae, who was once quoted as saying, in reference to one of her album covers, 'If you are focussed on the picture, you don't understand the music'.