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Sorry, You're Not My Type by Sudeep Nagarkar
My rating: 2 of 5 stars
Price - Rs.175

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This is a story about friendship, love, dreams, desire, and the harsh reality of life. A story of a college band named VAYU and its member Vikrant, the drummer who believes in perfection, well built, six feet tall, and a one-woman man. Anamika, a dancer of the band, free spirit, gorgeous, and always stand for right. Yuvi, the guitarist, and vocalist, athletic body, belong to a rich family and extremely fond of bikes.

Every friendship needs bonding to last forever. Three of them have different personalities, but their passion for music brought them close to each other. But sometimes too much closeness creates trouble; having mixed feelings about your friend put Anamika in a very horrible phase of her life while Yuvi indulges in drugs ruins her relationship with his girlfriend Kashish as well as his whole life, where Vikrant deeply falling in love with Sanya would never be able to celebrate the day their relationship had kicked off.

This book tells us that to love somebody isn't just a strong feeling; it's a decision, a judgment, and a promise. Many people had broken this promise, but few stood like a strong pillar and supported their beloved ones in every situation.

This is a true story that will define fondness, passion, and friendship again, but the title had no connection with the story. At some point, I like this book because it brought me into the depth of love and friendship prevailing these days in our society. But few parts were cliche, and I feel like you read a typical Bollywood movie script. If you are free and you have nothing to read, then go for this book; maybe at some point, you will relate to any of these characters, but if you want to read something worthy, then this book is definitely not for you.

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1 comment:

  1. A book that I will like thank you sudeep for telling me of a few relating and stop me from being a ullu.

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