Anything for You, Ma'am
Anything for You, Ma’am: An IITian’s Love Story by Tushar Raheja is a national best-selling romantic novel about the boy...
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Anything for You, Ma’am: An IITian’s Love Story by Tushar Raheja is a national best-selling romantic novel about the boy who is ready to travel the entire length of the nation, to meet his love at the other end.
The male protagonist Tejas is an IIT, Delhi student who falls profoundly in love with a girl who happens to be the best friend of his sister. But his love interest lives in Chennai, which is the other corner of the country. But he is ready to start a journey to finally meet her. This book gives some witty, amusing tangles to the tale with the unexpected twists of Tejas’s journey to find love. He puts his studies and career at stake for this adventure. The story involves a Professor Sidhu who is all set to make Tejas stop. Will Tejas succeed in meeting the girl of his dreams? Will they end up being together for life?
About the Author
Tushar Raheja is an engineering graduate from IIT Delhi who found his calling in storytelling. After the massive success of his first novel, 'Anything for You, Ma'am,' published back in 2006 while he was in college, Tushar chose not to climb on the bandwagon of formulaic books but instead devoted himself to the study of narration. Tushar's another hot selling book, Romi and Gang, took its readers back to school. At the moment, Tushar is a doctoral candidate at IIT Delhi in the field of Applied Probability. His decade long association with the Institute and fortunate tutelage under Dr. Kiran Seth of Spic Macay, provided him with a cultural playground to develop his story telling skills. For Tushar, telling stories does not stop at books. He is a prolific song writer and music composer. With his restlessness to experiment with different subjects, that he would exploit his scientific background was inevitable. Tushar's next will take the reader out of her armchair, to the end of this universe, in fact, to a wormhole on an adventure through time.