Anuja Chauhan went to school in Meerut, Delhi and Australia. She has worked in advertising for over fourteen years and has created many popular ad. Author Anuja Chauhan, whose book ‘The Zoya Factor’ is being made into a film with Sonam Kapoor Ahuja and Dulquer Salmaan, reveals that. Sonam Kapoor, who will step into the shoes of the protagonist from Anuja Chauhan’s novel The Zoya Factor in its film adaptation, plans to meet.
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She still made me laugh out loud at certain moments, but otherwise it felt like reading the same formulae applied in a different setting. Anuja Chauhan certainly has an ear for dialogue! I think he is really good and the films are really good. We have sent you a verification email. With the tenth ICC World Cup just around the corner, Zoya is soon begged, bullied and emotionally blackmailed to accompany the Indian team as their official good luck mascot.
There is atleast one book written on every single topic under the sun. The characters are drawn well and readers can easily relate to them. This book came to me as a pleasant surprise. You can change your city from here.
Dec 02, It constantly features in the Top 5 of many newspapers in India. Best action sequences in movies of Zoya Singh SolankiNikhil Khoda. I was apprehensive about this book, becuase people told me this is typical chik-lit, I m still not sure what exactly chick lit means, but this was a total fun novel.
Why Anuja Chauhan is re-reading her bestselling debut novel ‘The Zoya Factor’
I think it keeps your mind very fresh. I want Marathi industry to be free of groupism: There’s a aunja laughs, a few tears, some fights, some steamy sessions, and of course, a happy ending. An OTP has been sent to your email address. Upload Photos Upload photo files with. It is surely an original product.
Zoya’s monologues and the way she has things running in her mind Eg: The dialogues are crackling, hilarious and absolutely real. Ohh yesshe is born on the same day as India won world cup.
The book was well received by the media. Apr 23, Srikari rated it really liked it Shelves: Although her novels have been described as tailor-made for screen adaptations — there has also been talk of a movie version of Battle for Bittora — Chauhan downplays the perception.
And since i hate leaving a afctor midway- especially when it is not an anthology- i had to curse, moan and grunt my way through pages. My goodreads, Facebook and all other friends. I flipped to last page to confirm the predictability factor The end. I liked it immensely.
Book Review: ‘The Zoya Factor’ by Anuja Chauhan
I especially liked the fatcor website comments section. Dont waste any more time reading this review – go read the book! Anuja Chauhan has used her experience to add thinly veiled irony in her writings that accounts for much of the humour in the book.
The characters are real and well-etched. But soon loathing turns into liking and then love.
But when the book released, everyone said that it was based on Dhoni. I see this book in two parts. A very good rom-com and an impressive debut by the author. Cricket is a huge deal for me as well. Views Read Edit View history. Zoha 11, It is an excellent book – one must read it to understand and also throughly enjoy the fresh unstoppable mind of our new age writers.
The Zoya Factor Review. Bhojpuri actress Amrapali Dubey wishes her xhauhan star. We followed the ’03 World Cup obsessively, as did literally everyone I knew. The Zoya Factor is a funny, refreshing read. I was planning to read it but had somehow never got to it, but when I found this on sale on kindle, I picked it up. Its masala fiction at its best with astory and charcaters that would appeal to the mass Indian reader. Will Zoya help India in winning the world cup?
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The characters as well, Dabbu, Bonita and Zoya seem to be made from the same mould with varying degrees of sass, wit and insecurity. The Times of India.
I was looking for some light reading after failing to get through a description ridden Arthur Hailey medical thriller.