All and Nothing

All and Nothing All and Nothing tells the tale of five individuals Tina is a talented artist desperately in love with the successful careerist Adity But he cannot let go of his past Their marriage sours and Tina tee

  • Title: All and Nothing
  • Author: Raksha Bharadia
  • ISBN: 9788129117212
  • Page: 396
  • Format: Paperback
  • All and Nothing tells the tale of five individuals Tina is a talented artist, desperately in love with the successful careerist Adity But he cannot let go of his past Their marriage sours and Tina teeters on the edge Kriya is a fashon designer, chic and successful but tormented Poorvi, is a socialite and feminist but discontented Manas is a struggling copy writer, bAll and Nothing tells the tale of five individuals Tina is a talented artist, desperately in love with the successful careerist Adity But he cannot let go of his past Their marriage sours and Tina teeters on the edge Kriya is a fashon designer, chic and successful but tormented Poorvi, is a socialite and feminist but discontented Manas is a struggling copy writer, besotted with Gayatri but plagued Upasna is a willing victim of domestic violence Then one day, Tina summons her friends to share their stories from the beginning.

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    1. When BlogAdda asked me to review Raksha Bharadia's new fiction book, I was quite excited, especially as the book was based in contemporary India and was written with the voice of modern India.Take a look at the opening paragraph:‘Tina stood on the balcony of Pragya’s apartment waiting for the phone to ring. The old-fashioned black instrument was at an arm’s distance from where she stood, just inside the small, sparingly furnished living room. The sky outside was dark…seagulls, crows, pig [...]

    2. I just finished All and Nothing by Rakha Bharadia and in one word it was “liberating”. I am thankful to BlogAdda for sending it my way.I don’t read Indian authors much, they tend to overdo things a tad too much, or present an Indian in an unfamiliar light, or belong to the same old clichéd IIT-IIM club. It is good to read something original and different for a change.Set in Urban India, All and Nothing is a perfect example of a well written and perfectly narrated story. Raksha’s writing [...]

    3. All and nothing tells the tale of five individuals. Tina is a talented artist, desperately in love with the successful careerist Aditya. But he cannot let go of his past. Their marriage sours and Tina teeters on the edge. Kriya is a fashion designer, chic and successful- but tormented; Poorvi, is a socialite and feminist - but discontented; Manas is a struggling copyrighter, besotted with Gayatri - but plagued; Upasna is a willing victim of domestic violence. Then one day, Tina summons her frien [...]

    4. It all started with one character waiting for the dawn, waiting for her love of life and by and by other characters joined the canvas of her existence. Skipping the urgency to refer to the end, I shall go on remarking on how, subtle are the ways of narrating urban tales. The moment I flipped through a couple of pages, I felt like telling my self, nothing like this was there in Anita Nair’s “ladies coupe”- for men do have they say in Raksha’s “All and Nothing”. Whether we are talking [...]

    5. About 5 friends.l of them going through a rough patch and how they manage to deal with itwhat i liked about the book is the realism and the ease of writing. A nice easy read - finished in a sitting of 3 hours :)

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