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Tushar Raheja was born on 1984 in Faridabad, India, is a Storyteller, queueing theory researcher, novelist, short film maker. Discover Tushar Raheja's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 36 years old?
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In 2017, Raheja moved on from writing books to directing films. The international rights of his first feature film, This will End in Murder, were acquired at Berlinale by an American sales agency. It will be released in India in 2018.
Anything for you, Ma'am shot to national fame after its review in The Hindu headlined Outsourcing Wodehouse. The Times of India compared the plot to a classic Jeeves Wooster saga. The main protagonist Tejas has a propensity to land himself into comical troubles like Wooster and has an array of Jeeveses around him in the form of his friends and family. The book was especially praised for 'cleverly localising the Wooster persona. So English aristocracy, the idle rich, the lad sent down from Oxford, the young man with great expectations and little ability, the chappie whose only survival tool is a smart gentleman's gentleman called Jeeves – all this is turned into rich material for humour of a local kind.' There has been criticism of the book's ending which is compared to a Bollywood movie.
Raheja was born and brought up at Faridabad. His parents are doctors, his father a graduate of Armed Forces Medical College, Pune (AFMC). Raheja did his schooling from Apeejay School and DPS Faridabad. He obtained his B.Tech in industrial engineering from IIT Delhi in 2006. Anything for you, Ma'am, his first novel was also published in the same year. He followed it up with research in applied mathematics and completed Masters of Science in Operations research in 2010. In 2015, Raheja was awarded a PhD by IIT Delhi in the field of applied probability. Kiran Seth of SPIC MACAY and Sandeep Juneja were his thesis advisors.
Tushar Raheja (born 1984) is an Indian storyteller and mathematics researcher based in Delhi. His first book Anything for you, Ma'am, a comedy, was published in 2006 while he was an undergraduate student in Indian Institute of Technology Delhi. His first feature film The Bizarre Murder of Mr Tusker , a sci-fi, psychological noir, starring BAFTA nominee Victor Banerjee, is due for release in 2019. His writing has been compared to that of P. G. Wodehouse by The Hindu and The Times of India and his books have gone on to achieve massive success, consistently remaining on the national best-selling charts. Raheja chose not to climb on the bandwagon of formulaic books but instead devoted himself to mathematical research and the study of narration. Romi and Gang (published July 2013 by Pirates), previously titled Run Romi Run is only his second book in the market. The book about the unalloyed dreams of the young in the Indian hinterland revolves around cricket. It has been praised by The Hindu, Hindustan Times, The Daily Telegraph among other publications. Raheja is one of the few authors in India to combine widespread popularity with critical acclaim. In 2015, he obtained his PhD from IIT Delhi in the field of applied probability.