Results 1 – 16 of 39 It Started with a Friend Request. by Sudeep Nagarkar and Saraswati Publishing Company Private Limited. The bestselling novel in a brand new jacket. Aditya is a confused soul. He is unclear about his ambitions or goals in life. He hates engineering from the core of . The Romance Collection: Few Things Left Unsaid/That’s the Way We Met/It Started with a Friend Request/Sorry, You’re Not My Type (Set of 4 Books) by. Sudeep.
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He told us a lot about true love, true friendships sureep how friends support each other through thick and thin, but didn’t show us to them through his characters. But few parts were cliche and feels like you read a typical Bollywood movie script. Life without love is like a scorching desert craving for rain. I too noticed that it really sucksss. The way Sudeep described the city can’t be mistaken for though! He has a degree in Electronics Engineering from Mumbai. Neeraj Sharma No, it’s a fiction.
I still remember the first time when I read his book.
Vasudevan rated it did not like it. I couldn’t stomach it beyond 16 pages, and the following lines, in page 18 or so made me feel that I have had enough reading this crap – “I had heard from friends that degree colleges were like a girl’s skirt.
As misunderstandings and jealousies take centre nagarkxr, Geet must make a decision that will affect not just her own life, but also those of her loved ones. I just finished this book. Customers who bought this item also bought. I was shocked with the ending though.
When you get a lust for anything, when you think nothing above your passion things get stressed to the extent that a part of its consequences remains unnoticed. Feb 18, Bewarely rated it did not like it.
Well, that was the closing of the list of books written by Sudeep Nagarkar. See all reviews. Sudeep Nagarkar’s books have been good for me, for I have read all the books he has released so far, but there is something I didn’t like about this book is that when you express emotions, you don’t have to explain so much that a person would get bored of it. Must say 1st Half and last part of novel is awesome but story slows down a bit in the middle. Sudeep Nagarkar has done a pretty good work in the way how story goes, bit boring here and there, many unreal and unnatural sequences dominant the story.
Not a bit of interest it has created in me while reading it. Grow up Indian authors, there are plots, concepts, ideas beyond love and romance. The language used does not have the quality expected from an author who has such a lot of hype created about him.
Few Things Left Unsaid
The Story has nothing different. Sorry, You’re Not My Type 3. Buy the selected items together This item: This book of Sudeep Nagarkar explains the true meaning of friendship in the best possible way. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. From the intoxicating rush of Mumbai and Delhi to the scenic beauty of Manali, Sudeep Can you ever forget your true love? Jan 24, Ami rated it did not like it Shelves: When a trust broke it breaks so many things like friendshiplove etc.
Epilogue was well done. Sorry, You’re Not My Type is the fourth and last book in this collection. Jan 06, Sundeep Supertramp rated it did not like it. One of the proof for sudeep is one of the best writer in India.
May 04, Tushar Mangl rated it really liked it. What happened naggarkar the story all about. Geet, one of the most unpopular girls in her college, is best friends with the beautiful Shibani.
It’s a valentines’s day well spent. Being Nagarkar’s second book, it can’t be termed excellent. Would you like to tell us about a lower price?
Books by Sudeep Nagarkar (Author of Few Things Left Unsaid)
But it turned out to be a disappointment. Customers who viewed this item also viewed. No trivia or quizzes yet. This story Meaningful and an inspiring story Lists with This Book. I was really anxious throughout the novel. But the way Author describes the Love, I feelis lust.
Wish to see them on the Big Screen!!! Sorry, but a bit of cliche dialogues and some lines of attempted philosophy doesn’t make one good book.