Suresh Shetty launches Sudeep Nagarkar's ‘Few Things Left Unsaid’

Sudeep is a 23- years- young author. “Few things left unsaid” is his successful debut novel.Sudeep has completed his Electronics Engineering from Mumbai University (Datta Meghe College).

Jul 18, 2011 05:07 IST India Infoline News Service

His debut novel “Few things left unsaid” has already crossed 9000 mark in number of sales within 2 months of release.Sudeep’s Interview was covered by Soumitra Pote in Mumbai times, Local Mumbai newspaper like Loksatta, Prahaar, Sakaal and few more. His personal interview was also taken by reputed News Channel named Star Maaza in Maharashtra. He has also been interviewed by Radio Mirchi 98.3fm by RJ Jeeturaaj.

Above all this, he also got a letter from Star of the Millennium Mr Amitabh Bachhan wishing him good luck for his debut novel and congratulating him on the success of it.

Recently,on 13th July book was launched in Mumbai crossword bookstore in Juhu, in the presence of Cabinet Minister Mr Suresh Shetty (He unveiled the book), Senior Journalist and Artist Mr Prakash Joshi along with the crowd of more than 100 book lovers. “Radio ka Don” RJ Jeeturaaj gave his special wishes by attending the launch.

Few things left unsaid is a true love story, which reveals Author’s life in the face of Aditya, the protagonist of the book.

The protagonist of the book is unclear about what he wants in life. Aditya hates Engineering but ends up studying it. Aditya’s quest for true love ends when he meets Riya. All the way, he has been searching for true love, but the moment he finds it, he loses it. He loses Riya owing to his rude behavior. Will he end up paying a huge price for frolicking with his career? How exactly discourteous behaviour and immature decisions of Aditya changes life of 2 persons.Riya and Aditya.Some love stories cannot be predicted!!

This book touches the emotional side of your life and leaves deep impact on your mind.

The journey of Sudeep Nagarkar as an author started from the search of Riya and now turned into a bestseller novel. But still the search is on…

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