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Ajitabha Bose Interview – The Pocket Love Story Book

“I am mass communication graduate from IMS, Ghaziabad. Born and brought up at Jamshedpur and after spending most of my life there, I moved to Delhi for my higher studies. With my keen internet in writing I have been a consistent blog writer where most of my write-ups are based on love. With my writing, I reached a much higher level in 2013 when I published my first novella named, It’s A Love Story. I am also the owner of a production house named Bose Documentaries Ltd. I have directed commercials for brands like Google, Hindustan Times, Amazon India and Steller.

Apart from this, I have written numerous articles and short stories. Some of them include “If Only” and “Yours Forever” I have edited an anthology named The Untold Love Stories. I have recently launched “The Pocket Love Story”, which is the first pocket size book in India. It has created a national record of SMALLEST LOVE STORY BOOK certified by India Book of Records.”

Ajitabha is currently CEO of Bose Documentaries Ltd. He has won India Book of Records for the smallest published book.

Ajitabha Bose

What inspired you to start writing?

I belong to a Bengali family and thus always heard and read Rabindranath Tagore ji from my mother. He was my inspiration.

What did you like to read when you were a boy?

Since childhood, I always preferred love stories. Be it a short story or a saga. Love is an emotion which touches every heart. I also read stories of Agatha Christie. My mother use to recite poems and read stories of Rabindranath Tagore, which I use to listen with immense wonder.

What is the greatest challenge in writing a book?

I feel the formation and evaluation of the story. The story can be written in a page or two but evaluating that is big task. Choice of words, language and grammar is something which has always troubled me. I am still working on them.

How much research do you do before writing the book?

I only write fictions. I love writing my imagination and form it a story. My characters in the story are created and thus I start enjoying while I write about them. All my locations are the one which I have already travelled and thus it becomes easy to portray them in the story.

Ajitabha Bose

What motivated you to write the book “The Pocket Love Story”?

The Pocket Love Story is probably the first script I had written. But I never got enough time or perfect ending for this story. Something or the other was stopping me to complete this story. Finally one day, Aniket (CEO, Author Ink Publications) called me up and asked for the story. It was then, when I resumed writing the story.

Can you tell us more about your latest book “The Pocket Love Story”?

The Pocket Love Story is short love story which will make you relive your college days. It revolves around the lives of Ramachandra and Tani, where Ramachandra falls in love with Tani but it isn’t the same with her. She doesn’t like him at all. Gradually they become friends and enjoy each other’s company. To know more read “The Pocket Love Story”.
It is the smallest love story book in India certified by India Book of Records.

How did you came up with the idea of writing romantic fiction genre book?

I believe that love is one of the most beautiful expression and emotion that humans are blessed with thus I try to incorporate it in most of my works be it my video songs or write-ups. Love touches every heart.

Who are your favourite authors?

I don’t have an idol as such but I love reading Ravinder Singh’s book. I like reading love stories and I guess he is best in the nation when it comes writing love stories. He has a very unique way to depict emotions and love in his writing. Apart from this, I also follow Agatha Christie, El James, Sudeep Nagarkar, Durjoy Dutta and Chetan Bhagat.

How much time do you dedicate for writing on a daily basis?

I write when I want to write. I don’t write on daily basis. Writing is an art which needs proper concentration and imagination. I usually write in a silent place or when I am travelling.

What words of wisdom would you like to give to aspiring writers?

I would recommend writers to write more often. Not to think about the language or the grammar part. There are many untold stories which are still prevailing in the hearts of many people and they don’t write because of fear. Fear of getting mocked, fear of laughs or may be fear of this world. Dont get frightened, write what you wish. Let the world read some new stories.

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About Nikhil Narkhede

He likes to read inspirational books. He is a Professional Blogger, Entrepreneur and a power networker. By education he is a Computer Engineer and by profession he is an Online Marketer.

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