Amreekandesi – Masters of America has ratings and 51 reviews. Aastha said: I don’t know why I bother to pick up Indian authors at all. Even if they’r. “Amreekandesi: Masters of America” is Atulya Mahajan’s first ever novel. But he is surely not a novice on the literary scene. He has regaled. : Amreekandesi: Masters of America () by Atulya Mahajan and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible Books.
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But the two boys are poles apart in their perspectives and expect Akhil Arora, a young, if engineer in Delhi, cant wait to get away from mastwrs and prove to his folks that he can be on his own. I wonder why the cover designer did ajreekandesi bring the US flag into the picture. I would give 3. Jun 24, Smriti Agarwal rated it really liked it. Jassi wants to date women in the US. The great thing about the book is that it has so many genuine insights about America.
Nandita is also cute, though i wondered how such a strong girl could come under family pressure. ComiXology Thousands of Digital Comics.
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Jun 11, Arti rated it liked it. I don’t know why I bother to pick up Indian authors at all. Story of Akhil and jassi, their dream of making it to US for their higher eductaion and how they achieved it is the story. Jaspreet, on the other hand, is longing to meet those hot bikinis in the beaches of America.
Maybe he failed to identify who he was writing for. And I am definitely looking forward to his next work.
I enjoyed this book. On the other hand, Jassi sees the same dream, of Pamela, both in India and in America.
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If you want to see him convert into the Hulk, just honk at him at a red light. So there is just too much to relate to and get nostalgic while you enjoy the wittiness and amree,andesi the author puts up. Jassi is in hunt of good Amreekan Gori ku Its all how you feel at the end after completing the book that matters.
Jassi and Akhil meet in Florida and become roommates. I can see how the author has enjoyed writing this book by the way he has tried to pen down his experience out there in the US. It made me hungry for food: Stereotyping people, with no matter what intentions, when you are reaching out to million is one habit that our authors and filmmakers need to break out of. It captures the essence of masetrs sides of the coin ‘Amreekan ‘ and ‘ desi amrrica so perfectly that you would just want to read on!
This is a feel good story and does hold a lot of promise. Akhil is homesick, very sincere, who wants to achieve ov and comeback to India whereas Jassi wants to have fun and enjoy himself.
Amreekandesi: Masters of America by Atulya Mahajan
Besides this blog, Mahajan also works with the Crest Edition of The Times of India as a columnist and writes occasional humor. For example, when Akhil tells his mother about being in love with a Bengali girl, she agrees instantly.
Jul 31, Abhilash Ruhela rated it really liked it.
The story rolls in flashback and we are introduced to two very different characters. See all 13 reviews. The story could be masgers on the silver screen! The humour quotient is excellent, and would leave the reader in splits at the humorous Indian oddities we find so hard to let go.
With this book, he has certainly made it sure that he can get much better with his next book and one will surely give a thought in reading him once again. And I believe that they should be befriended! No trivia or quizzes yet.
Aug 12, Bookish Indulgenges with b00k americ rated it it was ok Shelves: Atulya also writes humor columns for the Times of India, Crest Edition. The relationships between the room-mates, the boys and their prospective girlfriends, students and their professors, etc. It had its share of dry moments here and there and to top that, the editing went hay-wire with mis printed names, but it gave me a nostalgic feeling.
This review first appeared on my blog: The pace of the book was good and it will make the reader finish the book quickly. The blog later gave shape to this book.
Writer has command over the language, his narration skills are fine, his story-telling style is simple, he isn’t trying to copy anyone in the vicinity and he’s not over-exaggerating his story in the back-cover synopsis.