Faraaz Kazi (born November 10, ) is an Indian author, primarily writing mainstream romance and best known for his debut novel Truly Madly Deeply. Faraaz Kazi is one of India’s top romance writers. He received the YCOF National Excellence award for Creative Writing. Truly Madly Deeply, his debut novel. TRULY, MADLY, DEEPLY promises to be a heart-warming and emotion filled tale that will captivate the Faraaz Kazi, – Indic fiction (English) – pages.
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May 03, Aziz Dahai rated it it was amazing Shelves: The book should trruly a chord with people who cherish their first love and have ever passed through the funny stage of life called adolescence.
From essaying beautiful moments in a person’s love life which they usually take for granted to portraying raw human emotions through effective dialogue and scenery, catches the truy of the reader. Nov 24, Ronak Gajjar rated it it was ok Shelves: In certain scenes, Rahul shows his male characteristics dominantly and one can just marvel at the yruly in his actions. So don’t judge;just enjoy! Taking the fact that the protagonist is a young male of about seventeen and combining it with another fact that I shamelessly shed tears as I read this one, I can safely bet on my first statement.
Sorry – I don’t stand for that, and to those responsible: Word to the wise Hair as dark and thick as the devil’s velvet covered his head faraazz high, proud cheekbones chiselled out of a face of sweet beauty; but, lately his growing potbelly had become the butt of all classroom jokes. This novel captures those feelings brilliantly.
I seriously thought about knocking my review down to a three star because I am not a big fan of the ambiguous ending of novels. After I finished reading, I thought what would have happened next in kai lives. The story is told from Rahul perspective in series of flash backs. Where romance is often thought of as girlish and combined with chick-lit, the madpy has delivered a rare diamond in this area.
When Rahul falls for Seema he falls hard. Truly Madly Deeply is a touching read that will surely make you fetch the tissues and recollect your first love. I thought the book Truly, Madly, Deeply was a great read.
Very emotional and very refreshing. This author has no idea how Americans talk and I was having second hand embarrassment for him while reading some of the dialogues. Crisp prose combined with wonderful poetry in parts and pieces has an alluring effect on the reader’s senses and manages to draw you in the scheme of things.
Truly, Madly, Deeply by Faraaz Kazi
The topic has been delicately but expertly handled by the author, who gives us no room for complaints. The story needed to be more shorter and less flabby to create a better impact on readers. Paperbackpages. After a whirlwind of innocent encounters, their teenage romance blossoms faraaa the two never confess their love for each other.
Their egos clash and a series of misunderstandings causes them to drift away from each other. The crazy misunderstandings were infuriating to read through, but that again was true to life where two people insecure in their feelings let the world around them dictate the terms of the debate rather than creating their relationship purely based on their own thoughts and feelings.
Faraaz heads a digital agency in Mumbai.
Heart broken love story. I’ve just decided to make it be what I hope it is, whether that is true or not. However, some dialogues sound faraaaz filmy and the author only reinforces the belief that teenagers are hard-core movie buffs who aspire to be in the shoes of their favourite actors. Childish events like quiz competitions, cricket matches, ego clashes, rebel fights, etc. Read it on a day when your romantic hormones are in over-drive, you may not be entirely disappointed. Very few books have the ability to play with time, not just in the sense that you lose track of all time when you r This book will surely challenge the fact that men don’t cry.
Truly, Madly, Deeply 3.
Dwindling between past and the present, the narrative keeps you on a roller coaster ride till the story is concentrated ttuly the fledgling adolescence romance between the two main protagonists.