The story has a lot of potential in such an era when everyone is fighting for equality. The seeking of lusty desires are everyone 's forbidden one after they get committed. Character Crafting really lacked depth. We will find each women in the book with the same characteristic.
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Why this women are different from each other, is presented with less conviction. When we finish Naina's Story we come across Ayesha, who is just an exact replica of Naina. While we move to Kavita's Story, she is another Ayesha. At one point we get confused and losts track of whom is who. The jumbling of the chapters makes the reader befuddled.
Kaajal's story in the entire book is too short, her story lacks profoundness. The perspective of male characters are presented very less here. Why they turned out to be male chauvnist and why they started ignoring their family? While the story of another woman named Tarini is left incomplete. Ignoring the given cliches, Forbidden Desires is a great book. Its a one time read though, but will strike with your heart strings. Somewhere Madhuri Banerjee's book ignites the long lost desires of our life. Jan 27, Book'd rated it really liked it.
Perfect portrayal of pain and agony women go through while they manage their family and relationships.
A great entertaining read overall. Mar 17, Priyanka Lal rated it really liked it Shelves: Speaks of the taboo topics beautifully written, characters interwoven to make you keep turning the pages. Sep 12, Mohit Sekhon rated it liked it Shelves: Could have been better if "sex" parts were made more graphic and colourful. Same old women's lovey-dovey bullshit. Jan 16, Era rated it liked it. This review was first published at The Era I Lived In The three married women who are tired of investing their time, love, care and endless efforts in pumping life into their monotonous married lives, finally find love outside their marriages.
All of them are from the upper middle class section of Delhi. They come across as trying their best to give their dying marriages a fair chance to resuscitate for the sake of the archaic societal beliefs, the happy memories of the past and their children. Pr This review was first published at The Era I Lived In The three married women who are tired of investing their time, love, care and endless efforts in pumping life into their monotonous married lives, finally find love outside their marriages. Provoked by their desires, incensed by the nonchalance and insensitivity of their spouses, these women seek love outside their marriages.
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The protagonists let go of the boundaries set by the society for married women, when the men are seldom questioned about their commitment or devotion towards their spouses. The beauty of the plot is that, in their pursuit for happiness, Naina, Ayesha, Kavita and Kaajal are allowed the freedom to choose their hearts over their minds.
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They are set free to satiate their desires and are not bound by the shackles of morality, duty or love. While I appreciate the meticulous plotting of multiple parallel stories where the core theme is adultery, I must admit, it gets rather slow and repetitive towards the middle of the book when infidelity is subtly but surely glamorized.
I congratulate the author on starting the dialogue on bisexuality and touching upon same-sex relationships, BDSM and live-in relationships while addressing the oft discussed ego clashes between spouses. The powerful message that women need to stop leading a suffocating life, be more vocal about their desires and learn to break social barriers is a great takeaway from this book.
The book has true-to-life characters. I particularly loved the character of Kulwinder Kaur though Pinky was a dampener for me. However, I found the ending disappointing and forced. The grammatical errors, though few but noticeable, warrant a careful editing of the book. The book does have the potential of being made into a Bollywood movie given thee fact that the author is a Bollywood screenplay writer. The book makes for a breezy, romantic thriller that I feel would make a good travel companion for adult readers.
Jan 20, Rakhi Jayashankar rated it liked it Shelves: Well, the book is the story of four women who were stuck between families, commitments and desires forbidden by societal standards. Authoress adapted vernacular and simple writing style even if the story line is quite complicated. This is an out and out urban Indian book with full on Indian flavour which is reflected in the Hinglish dialogues. Authoress succeeded in permeating the emotions to the readers.
The story moves in a fast pac My rating 3. The story moves in a fast pace without any unnecessary lag. Characters are crafted well. Every character possesses individuality and conviction. The suspense is another highlight. The secret of Kavitha and Kajal could not be guessed at any point till the authoress herself revealed it.
Notwithstanding the caliber and finesse of the writer, the whole idea of the story was indigestible for me. I don't opine that families should uphold values or pursue the relations no matter how far they fall apart. But a relation outside marital binding should be pursued only after separation. Hence I could not comprehend the whole idea of quenching the forbidden desires. There were too many characters. Hence a character index should have been given in the beginning for the ease of following. Mar 02, Meenakshi rated it liked it. Its a constant struggle to juggle through the various roles a woman plays in her life and these issues are very well depicted in this story.
Jan 27, John Corlos rated it really liked it. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. All women whatever the hardships they receive must follow their own path and their desires. A short and a definitely engaging theme which makes the reader to turn the pages eagerly without missing a page. The characters in this book makes the theme to move in the correct manner and the author atlast wins the race with his efficient way to make the reader not to deviate from her book.
A book which is to be in your sure read category in this year's reading list. Feb 03, Neera rated it really liked it. Jan 26, Aruna Kumar Gadepalli rated it liked it Shelves: Story set in the backdrop of Delhi. Soumini Basu rated it did not like it Mar 22, Roshani rated it liked it Jan 21, Charu Mohan rated it liked it Mar 12, Aditya Jadhav rated it liked it Apr 05, Uma Venkatesha rated it it was amazing Apr 27, Nupur Hirani rated it liked it Apr 04, Start your free trial.
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