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Meghna by [Venkatraman, Sundari]
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Length: 173 pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
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The young and dashing Rahul Sinha lives in England with his parents, Shyam and Rajni. He is an only son of the rich banker. Rahul is totally attached to his father but does not care for his mother. Read the book to find out why….
Rahul is exulted with his efforts at work paying off and plans a holiday with his best friend Sanjay Srivastav who lives in Mumbai with his wife Reema, kids Sanya and Rehaan and most importantly, his sister, Meghna. Rahul recalls meeting Meghna just before they parted six years ago.
Meghna works for a website and also teaches modern dance as she loves it. She’s thrown for a toss when Rahul comes visiting. She had thought he had forgotten them.
But how could Rahul do that? Sanjay’s his best friend and Rahul had always treated their home as his own. Sanjay’s mother had been more of a mother to Rahul than his own. Rahul had stayed away after moving to England or so Meghna believes.
Thus begins the story between Rahul and Meghna, the teasing, the flirting, the anger, the tears… …will they find love?

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 789 KB
  • Print Length: 173 pages
  • Publisher: Flaming Sun; 1 edition (8 June 2014)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital South Asia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00KUPUURS
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Word Wise: Enabled
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars 17 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #439 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Meghna- by Sundari Venkatraman, is a romantic novel involving Meghna, the main lead and Rahul, a NRI with deep Indian roots. The story is well supported by Meghna’s family, her brother Sanjay and bhabhi Reema alongwith 2 lovely kids, Rehaan and Sasha.
The story is interesting with very rare moments when you would feel bored, the author manages to keep you glued on to the storyline and wonder what would happen next. Though it doesn’t have too many twists and turns, but the couple of them towards the end makes the novel a good read. Towards the middle of the story, it might seem to get stuck a bit and the romance between Meghna and Rahul might seem to be slightly stretched than required, but it all seems to make sense in the end. The highlight of the novel is the way Sundari describes her characters in detail, about their expressions at that particular moment, the detailed way in which a particular character is dressed up, it almost makes you visualise everything and the reader would seem to witness everything as if everything is happening in front of him.
The most beautiful passage I found was the way Sundari has described how Meghna gets ready before her big night when she is expecting Rahul to propose her, it reflects exactly the way a young girl would pay attention to detail about getting herself dressed for her life’s most awaited moment.
Overall, a decent novel to read, though might appear a bit slow at times, but the climax pulls it off and you end up feeling good about the story.
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The charming and dashing Rahul falls for his friend Sanjay’s sister Meghna when they meet after a long time. Having grown up together virtually, they both know each other like the back of their hands, yet they discover ‘new’ traits about each other (attributed to the process of growing up of course!). What follows is a normally paced story of two people finding each other.

Having read Sundari’s works before, I had high flying expectations. Sadly, this book sort of fell flat without enough fireworks like her previous books. Sundari did warn me that she had written this book purely for entertainment; I really didn’t heed her warning I suppose. Of course, she was speaking the truth. This book is purely a tale that entertains without the typical social drama or message.

The cover looks a bit comical. Men wearing neon-ish pink pant is a huge turn off for me. Nevertheless, I love the black and pink color scheme. The characterization is pretty much normal, though Meghna’s character is quite well developed when compared to other characters. I felt the writer - Sundari was un-just towards Rahul’s character. I felt his emotions were rather superficial. That is not typically her style of writing. That narration was normally paced without much drama. I felt the writer dilly-dallied between making the intimate scenes sizzling hot to normal hot, thus the result of which lacked conviction. They story as such was simple that the twist in the end seemed hasty. That twist however, was vital for completion of the story. That magic that the writer crafted with ease in her previous book was absent in this book. Or maybe, the story didn’t actually need much of magic.What magic do two people need when they already half way in love with each other?
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Meghna is an out and out entertaining book. A Bollywood style rom com with a cute, innocent heroine, suave and wealthy hero, a scheming mother, lusty colleague and a sexy trying hard to be wife vamp. Sundari Venkatraman has cooked up a masala story with a flavor for all pallets.
Rahul and Meghna have always had this connect as children but since Meghna was much younger, Rahul did not think much about it until later, when he was being almost badgered to get married and his mother made his match with a socialite who he wanted to avoid like plague.
Interestingly, Rahul though self-assured and a confidant man is scared of commitment. It is only when he his back is against the wall that he plans to move to Mumbai to connect with Meghna. She on the other hand has never forgotten Rahul and is immediately drawn to his charms. After a few hiccups here and there they finally manage to be together at the end.
The plot is a fun happy go lucky one that is interspersed with playful fights and loving family and caring friends. From the word go it is a cheerful story. If anyone is looking for a serious read with a message than Meghna is surely not that book.
The plot doesn’t require characters to go through changes and evolve neither is there a need for a sermon or a moral at the end. This is no Aesop’s Fable. To underscore again, it is a lighthearted and blithe short novel that is meant to cheer one up. You read Meghna exactly why you would want to watch a bollywood flick , to relieve yourself of the days anxiety and angst
The conundrum of the book, in my opinion, is that the lack of any strong message is at once both a positive and the negative.
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Meghna was a really fun romance to read! I also picked it because my name is Meghan and wondered if the main character would be like me.. but she was better! This is a love story of 2 childhood friends, who became closer when Meghna's mother Sushma passed away. Sanjay and Meghna were brother and sister. Sanjay's best friend was Rahul, who also pretty much lived with them as his parents were rich and never paid much attention to him. Sanjay's wife Reema was also part of this intimate family who all grieved over Sumara and were all childhood friends. Meghna was only 16 so she stayed with her brother and his wife. Rahul left and went off to help his father with his bank, since his studies were over. Meghna had loved Rahul since he left her with a kiss. Rahul on the other hand when he went to the states, couldn't think of anyone but Meghna and when everything was going well for him he decided to return to Mumbai to see Meghna and her family. This is the best part when Rahul and Meghna reunite!! They banter back and forth, and wonder if the other one thinks the same of love. Meghna doesn't trust Rahul and Rahul is afraid to commit so they go through a big test of faith. I loved this book because it felt like such a happy romance, even though the characters had flaws, they learned how to triumph and grow together. I had the biggest smile on my face reading the story! If you are looking for something fun, exciting and innocently fresh give this book a read!!!
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