THE GREAT INDIAN RIGHTER
Saurbh Katyal

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Synopsis

I am the great Indian righter and I am pleased to inform you that I am another entrant contributing to the plethora of useful and profound fiction that is being churned by so many talented Indian writers who have taken the bowels out of the vowels and are interested in expressing themselves by any means possible.

Now that everyone seems to have pandered to this molestation of the language, I take delight in telling you that my book based on my true life incident titled, "I HAD TOO MANY LOVE STORIES. NOW I AM DECLARED MENTAL IN 2 STATES" is already a self-proclaimed internationally national best seller.

With every Tom’s Dick Hurriedly writing a book, I too was seized with inspiration to share the story of my life. Thank you from the bottom of my hurt for reading intense story written using all queen’s language stored in my cerebrum rectum.

Regards

The Great Indian Righter

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Dhruv Sharma

A good attempt at parodying the new age Hinglish fiction authors. The premise of the book is fresh. Some portions are a laugh riot. However, the book isn't without its faults.
First, it contains way too many grammatical errors. The author should have been more careful while copy-editing the draft.
Second, the author has gone slightly overboard while attempting to create humor. For example, in the last part of the third chapter the author appears to be trying too hard to create a humorous situation. This is in stark contrast to the part in the first chapter where Churan narrates the sex scene of his new novel to his wife. At both these places, Saurbh has relied on graphic content to create a funny imagery in the reader's mind. He is able to do so successfully in the first chapter, but by the third chapter the device appears forced and overused.

Overall, the manuscript has potential. It does, however, require another round of rewriting and editing at this stage.

Best of luck!

May 10 '15
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priyanka sharma

Hilarious!

Mar 14 '15
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Yamini Pustake Bhalerao

Devilishly hilarious...and scandalous may I say! It sure does bring out the frustration of all Indian authors, battling the so called standards set by bestsellers.

Mar 05 '15
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Deepak Kaul

Hilarious

Feb 25 '15
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BALA PRATIP RAJ.V

What an amazing book? I laughed the whole time I read the book. Its wonderful to read such works in India. Amazing and the writing style is humorous. I am waiting to read the rest of the book

Jan 13 '15
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Krishna Raj HK

Man, so hilarious! I wouldn't recommend the author to modify anything but for the sexual overtone. Impressive & honest writing style. Purpose served.

Jan 12 '15
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Mayuri

It is funny. I giggled a lot.

Jan 07 '15
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Dec 20 '14
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Rasleen Syal

A refreshing take on Indian fiction and the writers. The chapters are quite interesting. Would love to read the book. Best wishes to the author.

Dec 19 '14
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Manvendra Singh

A refreshing take on the Indian fiction scenario, the frustration of a mature reader is very well captured, acknowledged and played with. Would love to read more of this, Good wishes to the writer

Dec 18 '14
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Snehal

This is hilarious stuff. High time someone wrote a parody like this. Good luck.

Dec 18 '14
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Dec 18 '14
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Rajshree Chauhan

Okay, it created curiosity in the beginning, found it funny until the third chapter, when the Righter started narrating India's world famous lobe story we've already read and absolutely enjoyed. The writing style is undoubtedly brilliat but it kind of felt like it was over done. Would definately like to read about the Righter's take on the other world famous Hinglish writers of India. So yeah, all the best!

Dec 17 '14
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