In her interview she has defined love in her own way and said, “Love cannot be fully human - kind even if it is afflicted with human weaknesses. It is the link from human domain to the ethereal where we quietly fulfill the needs of our existence.
What happens when we go deeply, honestly into it that the place of self-importance simply dies! All I could found is that the glory of human love lies in peeling back our veils first, and then us. What we get ultimately is the love in pure form and it is naked, transparent, iridescent, anarchic and insane!” Her book too portrays the same emotion.
Sasiprabha is a great fan of classic English literature and the love she holds for it is also evident. She was exposed to the world of Shakespeare and Victor Hugo at an early age as her mother was a graduate in English Literature. Her mother had a collection of classics and Sasiprabha too developed a fascination for classics and world of books and literature.
Her debut in the literary world is accidental in her own words but she would love to continue in this field and go where the flow takes her. She is working on her two manuscripts for next novels, which are of different genres.