9 Badass Lovers from fictions and movies one should never ever and ever date!

The protagonist of every novel and movie is written in a way to make us fall in love with them. There are many characters we’re hopelessly in love with but how can we forget the most BADASS LOVERS?
Here is a list of Bad-bae’s  from movies and novels:

1. Christian Grey, Fifty Shades of Grey by E.L. James

He was polite, intense, smart and intimidating !

The words said by Anastasia to describe Mr. Grey.
Intense. Check.
Smart. Indeed!
Intimidating. Extremely.
But Polite? May be for the first time.
The male protagonist from Fifty Shades of Grey is hopelessly romantic, a billionaire, but a sadist. Though most of the girls love him for his intense romance but a girl should never date a guy like him. A person who loves to dominate and loves giving painful pleasure is not what we want ladies!


2. Jordan Belfort, Wolf of the Wall Street by Jordan Belfort

Another super rich man. Indeed, he’s a self made man, a motivational speaker, but a fraud,a terrible husband and above all a horrible father. And how can we forget his addiction for drugs and what he had done because of his addiction. Yes following and grasping his ‘GOODS’ is not a bad idea but dating someone like him is a BAD idea!


3. Hamlet, Hamlet by Shakespeare
Mr. Enigmatic!
Hamlet is one of the most powerful protagonist of Shakespeare. His mysterious way of talking explains his disgust with women. And we have to accept that he would be a painful dater for his date.


4. Mrs. Robinson (Elena), Fifty Shades of Grey, E.L. James

A double negative character of Fifty shades of grey, Mrs. Robinson, Mr. Grey’s business partner and a child abuser.
No no no boys!
Just because she’s beautiful doesn’t mean to dominate a kid.
Beware boys!


5. Mr. Wickham, Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen

This charming badass is extremely wicked. He’ll trap you in the net of his sugar coated, cheesy and flaunting way of talking and then will keep a fake curtain of lies in front of your eyes. A big time liar and manipulator who kept Elizabeth away from Mr. Darcy and told her that Mr. Darcy is a good-for-nothing jerk.


6. Tobias Chandler, Desperate Choices by Jeanette Cooper

Tobias Chandler, husband of Rochelle who’s much elder then her. He’s a drug dealer, an alcoholic and on the top of it he loves to hurt his wife physically, mentally and emotionally. Killed his wife’s parents and a gangster.
A super duper dangerous man you can ever know!


7. Amy Dunne, Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn

Amy Dunne, a psycho lady who can kick your ass if you’ll try to cheat on her or ditch her. She’s one of the most dangerous wife of all time who plotted a murder mystery of herself to teach her husband a lesson for cheating on her.


8. Chuck Bass, Gossip Girl by Cecily von Ziegesar

A womanizer, Chuck Bass, how can we forget him?
He’s slept with almost every girl in Manhattan! Throughout the Gossip Girl series, he’d been a ‘Bad Bad Boy’. He was described having flamboyant fashion sense, Lazy, and vain, Chuck’s only interests are sex and money, and he is frequently chided by his father for lacking ambition and performing poorly in school.


9. Caledon Hockley, Titanic by James Cameron

Rose’s fiancé, Caledon Hockley, a rich man who’s a big time asshole. When he got to know about Jack and Rose’s romance he lost his mind and hurt his girl physically, mentally and emotionally. And specially, if your girl left you saying ‘I’d rather be his whore than your wife’, then keep it in mind dear, you’re no-good!


Be careful because you never know when and where you’ll hit into someone like them!

6 Must read novels

As we all should have a bucket list similarly we all should have a must read books list also. But unfortunately all of us do not get enough time to make a list. So, Here is one such list for you all:

1. Never let me go- Kazuo Ishiguro

The author of the book Ishiguro’s one of the most famous novel “The Remains of Day” considered as his finest in collection. He impersonate the realist and this is the reason for perculiar fascination of his book.
It’s really hard to suspect the subject
that lies in his stories. He perfectly spell out the emotions and humour. The theme of novel is quite similar to “The Remains of Day” written by Ishiguro. The basic theme is “It’s hard to hold on happiness infact when it’s standing in front of you“. The novel visualize the story of a lady Kathy who have 2 close friends, Tommy and Ruth. All 3 get into a triangle in which Kathy is attracted toward Tom but He get involved with Ruth who’s Kathy’s best friend. The story basically, “who gets whom?”
Read it and try to figure it out.

Published: 2005

Adaptation: Never Let Me Go – 2010


2. Everything is Illuminated – Jonathan Safran Foer

There are very few debuts that have been fulsomely praised,one of them is Jonathan’s ‘Everything is Illuminated‘. His story is marked by his way of visual story telling in non-traditional way. It’s a bestselling book for the search if truth.
In the novel, the author wrote about his journey to Ukraine in search of a lady who saved his grandfather from Nazi liquidation of Trachimbrod. He started his journey with Alex who became his good friend and translator also. It’s basically an autobiography. The book has got many awards and honors also. Foer has perfectly described his journey,which becomes the main reason to read the book.

Published: 2002

Adaptation: Everything is Illuminated – 2005


3. The Devil and Miss Prym – Paulo Coelho

Coelho, a bestselling author of many books and one of my favourite author. His novels are actually inspiring and fill your soul with positivity.
The particular novel ‘The Devil and Miss Prym‘ is the final story in Coelho’s And on Seventh Day triology but is enough to stand at its own.
Main theme of the story is ‘The battle between Good an Evil’. He depicts a tempetation of evil within a small community. The lead character Miss Pyrm manages to get over her evil thoughts and let the good win over the evil.
You must read the novel if you are a big time reader.

Published: 2000

Adaptation: Not adapted yet.


4. Enduring Love – Ian McEwan

The British writer, Ian McEwan, is generally targeted by the critics for writing too mechanically. The novel, Enduring love, is somehow different from his previous novel or short stories.
The story is basically a tale of love. But there lies variety in love : from ,the protagonist,Joe and Clarissa’s love to a secret and unwanted admirer of Joe,who was Jed, a gay. Apart from that the story is not just about love, it is a story of stalking and a story of gender implication too.
A website, http://www.s-cool.co.uk , wrote in their article on Enduring Love that:

McEwan’s novels retain the seductive force of the best page-turners along with the power of direct and intelligent emotional challenge, Enduring Love is no exception.

The reviews enforces to have a look on the book.

Published: 1997

Adaptation: Enduring Love – 2004


5. Gone Girl – Gillian Flynn

The book, Gone Girl, is a thriller novel. It tells the story of a couple Nick and Amy Dunne’s difficult marriage, where Nick has lost interest in his marriage and have an extra marital affair with a girl much younger then himself. The real thriller comes up when his wife get to know about his affair and plot a revenge against him to teach him a lesson for being dishonest in marriage. The write up is too perfect that it’s difficult to resist from reading the novel.

Published: 2012

Adaptation: Gone Girl – 2014


6. The Namesake – Jhumpa Lahiri

The Indian author Jhumpa Lahiri‘s story is basically about a boy,Gogol, who doesn’t like his name and totally torn-up between his native Indian culture and American culture,where he had been raised.
The story starts with two characters, Ashima and Ashoke, which is Bengali immigrated couple. Ashoke named his son after one of his favourite Russian author,Gogol, which his son doesn’t like when he grew up. The plot of story emphasize on Gogol, who in the end realizes the significance of his name given by his father. The story had won Pulitzer Prize.

Published: 2003

Adaptation: The Namesake – 2006


As most of the books have been adapted you can watch the movies too. But reading a book is bliss.

Books will always be your bestfriends.

9 must read lines from best selling book “ADULTERY”

Adultery is one of the best selling book by New York Times. The book has hit Amazon’s best seller list too. Many copies of the book has been sold all over the world.
The book picturizes the story of a lady in her thirties, written by Paulo Coelho. He already have sold many best seller book like The Alchemist , Veronika Decides to Die , Aleph , The Pilgrimage and many. The author puts stress on inspiring and will surely fill your soul with positivity.

Here are 10 best lines from the book,you must read:

1. Everything has a price – even your dreams.


2. Yes,love is difficult.


3. Let us first seek love.


4. Love isn’t just a feeling. 🙂


5. We are what society demands!


6. Making mistake is just a part of life.


7. It is neither a virtue nor a sin.


8. What is love?


9. We have to lose ourselves to find use.