Subhodeep Mukherjee, a first class B-Tech in Mechanical Engineering, works in Tata Projects Limited, Secunderabad. Originally from Jamshedpur, where he completed his schooling in Little Flower School, his work keeps him in Secunderabad though his family lives in Kolkata.
He is 31, a bachelor and is searching for the right girl. Right from his school days, he has been a voracious reader and a meritorious student, and this finds proof in his diverse interests – history, science, sports and literature.
His writing is his passion, and he calls it the ‘oxygen’ of his life. He wants to become a full-time author. His grandfather and father being artists, he is a fine painter in his own right. An alumnus of Kalyani Government Engineering College, the events in his college in his final year gave him the inspiration to write the first book of his It Ain’t’ trilogy. Besides his It Ain’t trilogy, he is also working on other stories concerning human dynamics, magic, horror and satire.
Subhodeep Mukherjee can be contacted at email@example.com. He is active on Facebook and Twitter (@subhodeepmuk)
confronts his violent seniors
on the first day of ragging?
tries to woo a beautiful senior
who has a nasty boyfriend?
is heart-broken when his past
causes his break-up with the girl he loves?
goes boozing for the first
is involved in a bloody
inter-hostel rivalry with dire consequences?
his debut novel, It Ain’t College, It’s
War! (Book 1 of the It Ain’t
trilogy), Subhodeep Mukherjee tells the story of Rahul Arora, an outspoken
Delhi boy with a devil-may-care attitude that always gets him in trouble.
the politically charged atmosphere of his college and his many adventures,
Rahul seeks true love, friendship and a job. Will he manage to find balance in
his life? Will he make peace with his teachers, classmates, seniors and father
and find what he is looking for or will his attitude get the better of him?
based on true events and also touching on various social issues, this book
explores the meaning of love, friendship and career as seen through the eyes of
the narrator and protagonist, Rahul Arora.
It was the first day of our new term. Barring two hopeless ones, the rest of us had smoothly sailed to the tenth grade. The first two periods were over. Next up was Geography. Ever since the news of our regular Geography teacher expecting her first child had become the talk of the town, the only log Read More...
Published on Apr 2,2020 12:49 AM
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