Everyone Has A Right To Love
By Gagan Madan
Life is too busy but it’s also too easy, if you look closer.
Love is too complicated but it’s also too clear, if you feel deeper.
Sometimes laughter is too difficult but a small smile can give us a lot of happiness.
Today we all are too busy to prove ourselves and to excel. We have no time for love and we hide our emotions and affection.
We always choose our priorities and we will always find time for things that we feel are important and those things which give us happiness. When we love someone, we start to care because love is a priority and not an option in life.
Book is about weird love stories, getting a Happy ending. The story covers the romance/love of office, as we have seen in many places school, college love are given importance or being portrayed.
The protagonist Akhil Sharma, has been an average student. And have thought that the next class would be easy, but as we live life, we come to know life isn’t easy at all. Each stage has its own level of difficulty.
After college, Akhil joins in a hotel where he mets friends for life, love of her life, and Tushar Sir and Juhi Mam. Akhil and his friends tries to make love proposal out of Tushar Sir for Juhi Mam, which they both are unsure of other’s reaction towards it. In this patching up, Akhil himself falls in love with Khushi, another joinee with him. When they do couple dance on Tushar Sir’s birthday. But Khushi isn’t a girl who falls for a guy, for her, her mother’s satisfaction comes first and after that everything else.
The story brings in different characters to keep the story going.
Will Everyone have right to love ?
Will Akhil get his dream girl ?
The name of book and its cover attracted me to this book. But aahh, the book itself didn’t have that capability to keep reader in me busy for much time.
I don’t like books with poor editing, It’s just sad to see so many grammatical mistakes.
Didn’t liked the conversations happening. The character building didn’t had enough strength to put up. I would have been happy, if there were less characters, as then at least some of the characters would have remained with us after the book is read too.
I was literally forced to finish this one.
I literally doubt myself sometimes, when I see the book I didn’t like people give it 5 stars. Well I must say, they don’t have a problem with poor editing, grammatical mistakes, also they would read ANYTHING at all. *No offense to anyone*
Only point that I can bring out may be positive is that book can be surely made a Bollywood movie.
Also the end words
Final Note :
If you can tolerate grammatical mistakes, and like Bollywood masala movies. This is for you.
This definitely wasn’t for me. I like Bollywood masala movie, but Aahh.. NAAAHHH !!!
I can’t divide the rating for this one, it was a 1/5 for me !
Gagan Madan is a simple and young author from a small town of Madhya Pradesh, who stepped into the world of literature with his first book Unfinished Friendship, which was received well by people. He is a self loving introvert and loves to writes on common people and their unique lives.
As a student he never liked studies and reading, but at twenty one he started his journey as a writer and he is now acknowledged as a youth role model. He prefers silence to talking.