AMREEKAN DESI PDF

Amreekan Desi, Delhi, India. likes · 11 talking about this. Writer. Satirist. Proud Indian. Author of ‘Amreekandesi – Masters of America’, the. The latest Tweets from Atulya Mahajan (@amreekandesi). Author. Humorist. Lover of Aloo Paranthas. Published in ToI, HT and more. Read my book Democrazy. The latest Tweets from Desi Amreekan (@desiAmreekan). I want to bring America to India!. Always looking for improvement.

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You want Akhil and Jassi to fall in love, and they do.

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No malice meant against anyone, well, mostly. For them America is the country of hopes and opportunities. Most of the posts on this site are satirical in nature. Its very rare that you come across a book that actually makes you laugh, out loud: Yet each one of them are memorable.

With Amreekandesi, the case sesi the same. It’s characters are like us not the complex and “colors”ful ones with real ways and realistic dreams and thats why are easy to visualize.

Jaspreet, on the other hand, is longing to meet those hot bikinis in the beaches of America. Mai Tuanu Janda Haan.

Amreekandesi – Masters of America

The plot is something anyone can think of but what works in its favor is that it is not pretentious and rather is comfortable with its lack of ambition and surprisingly honest about it being an underwhelming work of art. There are editorial mistakes, places where the character has been wrongly named and some places I felt that it dragged too much.

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Tweet Dear Arnab, I tuned into Times Now yesterday and watched for a total of 23 seconds, which is about as much as I can watch it at a This is a very funny and insightful book.

In the coarse amrdekan their MS journey they become roomates, Amreejan lands himself in many troubles searching for his Pamela Anderson from Bay Watch and Akhil falls for Nandini, his love of life and how Jessy helps Akhil get back his love after Nandinis parents reject her love since Akhil is a punjabi.

La Very much my experience in US too!! Want to Read saving…. They learn to endure everything that life and America have in store for them.

Email Share on Tumblr Tweet. My take on the book: So in reality we know little about the life of our desi students in the US, the troubles,travails and the struggles they goAmreekandesi-Front-Coverx through, the cultural shock they face, the hard realities life teaches to them, the way the education system moulds them and makes them work hard and harder, the way they enjoy their lives and their trips, the way they get smitten desu love, the way they search for jobs etc.

This website started back in as a blog about the lives and times of Indians living abroad.

I felt happy completing AmreekanDesi. Less than 13 years of age 2. The Great Indian Middle Finger.

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Jassi wants to date women in the US. The mannerisms and way of living of young Indians, who go there to pursue education, is defined in bold. The author has also elaborated quite well on the college culture — some students are there to taste the free life, some are there to study, some experiment with drugs, some with the opposite gender, etc.

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December 4, at 6: Feb 27, Prasad Np rated it liked it. Like the amreekandesi facebook page. He started his blog while studying in the US and used it as a platform to share his experiences of people living in a foreign land. One can easily relate to Akhil’s mother’s apprehension or the jealous Goyalji, Jassi’s Amreeka fixation and the every hilarious reference to Pamela Anderson as Pamelaji!

In the initial pages author is confused with Arora-ji and Goyal-ji. Take it easy, or it will KLPD you. Sep akreekan, VaultOfBooks rated it really liked it.

That the book has lots of subtle messages to give if you care enoug This is a book that you just cant keep down once you start reading it A fun read for all. Also, it touches the subjects of parental pressures, personal ambitions and racism even though they fail to make an overall impact.

He is comfortable with his identity as Indian and never once aspires to transform into an American at heart.