In the final year of college, Anurag's life was falling apart he vowed never to see Aditya, his best friend of many years again. Of course, what Aditya did was unpardonable! Not just losing his best friend, Anurag's love Urmi too got married to someone else the day unemployed. Anurag got the job of a flight purser in an airline company. But life has its twists and turns and one never knows where it will take him. Anurag too could have never imagined all that happened thereafter. In this page-turner of a spellbinding novel, every reader would ride the crests and troughs of myriad emotions, love, hate, anger, depression, excitement and joy that fill life's every moment and savor the essence of true love that is mystic and magical.
I thought The Jadoo of your Love would be short, cute read. Turns out, I was really disappointed. I just could not get into the book. Sadly, there was not one single character I could actually relate too and I lost interest in the whole point of the book very soon.
The Jadoo of Your Love is the story f Anurag. It starts from the days when he's in college. He has always been a loner of a guy, except for his friend, Mote. Anurag's parents don't support him very much, so as soon as he gets done with college he applies for a job. I really didn't see the point of all this except for the fact that there was a bond between Anurag and Mote. There is also Urmi, the supposed love of his life.
Then Anurag gets into a job as a flight purser in an airline company. There was just a whole lot of description of the incidents which take place during his job but I could not see it actually going anywhere. Some of the characters were okay, but they could not hold my interest longer than 5 pages.
After an incident happens, which I'm still not sure if it was meant to be hilarious or serious, Anurag gets fired from the airline company. He finds himself broke and unemployed and as a last resort he goes to Mumbai to work for the famed director Ram Gopal Varma. Here Anurag learns the tricks of the trade and soon becomes a director.
Things came way too easily in the last 20 pages of the book for Anurag. He reunites with his long lost best friend and the love of his life and it seems like everything is sorted within minutes. I found it hard to believe. The characters did not have enough depth for me and the plot was not well developed. I had to push myself to finish the book, and it was only 158 pages. I would definitely not recommend this one.
*Note: A copy of this book was provided by Srishti Publishers in exchange for an honest review. We thank them.