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- Print Length: 224 pages
- Language: Hindi
Nirjara is a very clever reporter. She is famous as an author & nicknamed as “The Girl with Golden Thoughts”.
When Bhaskar met Nirjara he was quite sure that being introvert, he would never be able to impress Nirjara.
On the other side, Vyom being intelligent, sharp & charming by nature was able to attract any girl. Upon request by his friend Bhaskar, Vyom agrees to help him to achieve his objective. And for it, like a movie, following a brief Friendship Vyom cheats Nirjara, leaving her heartbroken so Bhasker can give her support. But he forgot the golden rule that
“A Girl Can Be Your Best Friend, Greatest Enemy or Worst Nightmare. It Just Depends on How You Treat Her. “
Being betrayed in the relationship, Nirjara determines to settle scores with Vyom. However, Vyom’s fiancé – Alisha was a bottleneck in her vengeance. After knowing the entire incident, Alisha was determined to protect Vyom & help Bhaskar at all costs.
About The Author
Ashutosh Jogia is a doctor and a professor in a medical college in Gujarat.
He was born in a Dahegam, a small town of Gujarat state in India. He grew up in Gandhinagar, the capital of Gujarat. He is fond of reading since childhood. His parents are also doctors and he got the habit of reading from his mother. He wrote his first two novels after completing MBBS studies which were published only as E-book and later he joined to complete his MD. After completing his M. D, when he decided to write his third novel, his parents insisted him to write something in the regional language Ashutosh decided to write a book in Hindi.
He generally takes the base of the novel from his talk with his patients but sometimes also use the events occurring around him.
The author is impressed with the writings of some popular commercial writers in both English and Hindi. The list includes Chetan Bhagat to Surendra Mohan Pathak. In short, the author’s motto is to write for regular readers. It is like making commercial films, which we often refer to as masala films, where all possible ingredients of entertainment are weaved. More importantly, the focus is set on the entertainment quotient rather than the art quotient.