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A Free Man by Aman Sethi
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May 14, 12

Read from May 02 to 06, 2012 — I own a copy, read count: 1

Funny n depressing in parts, its amazing how beautiful and believable the story of one of the unnamed faces around us could be. Not too difficult to relate to and something that may just flash through the mind when one just so much as glances at those invisible ones.

The book is interestingly divided into three equally varied but related sides of such lives, with colloquial quotes & pithys, both in English and Hindi. The details are well researched making the existence of the characters quite believable. The main character Ashraf,is interesting enough but what takes your heart away are the peripheral ones far more endearing than the space given to them on the pages.

Not for the mainstream & not something that can be made into a block buster bollywood movie in my time, and that doesn't reduce the charm even one bit.


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