Saturday, September 3, 2011

Anything for you ma'am by Tushar Raheja !!!

                When a reader picks a book after knowing that its an all-and-all Love story, he expects something new and creative. The same college campus love stories and the same Love-break up-Again love-again Break up and finally love irritates you. The Indian authors try their best to write love stories cooked in different oil but still they taste somewhat similar. Some books are surprisingly amazing too. This time I caught one of them- Anything for you ma'am by Tushar Raheja. Tushar Raheja is an engineering graduate from IIT Delhi. He wrote this book when he was already in college and it continues to be bestseller. He has already published his 2nd book- Run Romi Run which is about Cricket. I haven't read it still but after reading Anything for you ma'am, I can't wait to read it. I hope I will review it too (very soon).

              Anything for you ma'am is a story about an IITian's love. Tejas is a wonderful guy. He is not much into adventures and style but he is a sweet boy with gentle behavior. He loves teasing his sisters. He likes sitting with his cousin sister and chatting about his new crush and how can he impress her. Anything for you ma'am starts with Tejas's chemistry with his sister- Palak. Even after Palak warns him not to flirt with his friends, he approaches Shreya(Palak's friend) and finally win her. She is shifted to Chennai and now he wants to meet her. He is about to go to his college's industrial tour for 10 days. He plans that I'll bunk the whole industrial visit and go to meet Shreya in Chennai. The whole story is all about how the problem arises every time he thinks that now my way is clear to meet Shreya. The book ends with a happy ending where the girl's brother helps Tejas to meet her without any problem. Yes, Shreya's brother help him. Now, go and grab the copy to read it how can all this happen with someone.

    Coming to the review, Tushar has used the title(Anything for you ma'am) almost every time wherever it was needed while narrating the conversation between the main characters. The book starts with a very sweet description of how Tejas meets Shreya. The scenarios where he has fights with his sister for flirting with her friends is quite funny and sweet. His conversation with his cousin sister about his new love is amazing and it made me cry because I had a cousin sister of the same nature and attitude who is in no talking terms with me. :-( The college part and the professor's part are quite funny and you would love reading what happened next and whether Tejas went to industrial visit or not. The chapter where he has described the Wonderful Date of the couple is damn romantic. The last part of the book where Tejas is about to meet his love is awesome. The last traveling part in train is what the book is all about. I am still smiling. I loved the attitude of Tushar Raheja while writing this book - He didn't used any kind of sexual interaction between the main character throughout the book. This is how a sweet love story can be written without adding any kind of vulgarity into it. You can recommend this book to your sister too(without any hem and hesitation). I give it 9 out of 10. If you haven't read this one, you have missed the most ''sweetest'' book. Tushar Raheja, hats off to you. 




Unknown said...

there is a b'day of my gf on 16 oct and i m thinking that i should gift her this book as she loves love stories....
i hope after this gift she will fall in love wid me...
wat do you think guys m i right ???

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