Ajitabha Bose

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Ajitabha Bose
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Born (1992-05-30) May 30, 1992 (age 31)
Ghorabandha, Jharkhand, India
EducationMass communication
Alma materGulmohur High School
  • Author
  • Film producer
Known forIt's My Love Story
  • Amitava Bose (father)
  • Meena Bose (mother)

Ajitabha Bose is an Indian author and a film producer.[1] He published his first novel titled "It's My Love Story" on 6 March 2018 in Delhi by Ink Publications.[2] The novel featured the town of Jamshedpur and author's journey from the town to the city.[3] He also authored "Until we meet again" which was published by Arthur Inc Publication.[4]

Bose released his music video "Galaa Rab Di" under BDL Studio, New Delhi featuring RJ Abhay and Sukanya Bose.[5][6] The song is sung by Kartik Kush, edited by Vishvajit Kumar and produced by Amit Sharma and Dipak Sharma.[5] He was registered in the Limca Book of Records for writing the shortest love story in the country.[3] His pocket-books include "It's A Love Story" (2013), "The Pocket Love Story", "In Love with Shah Rukh Khan" and "The Bestseller".[7][8][9][3] He has contributed to "LOVE: A Sweet Poison" and "Zindagi: The Story Of Life" and edited "The Untold Love Stories".[10]

Bose is from Ghorabandha near Telco.[3] He was born in 1992.[3] He father is Amitava Bose and mother is Meena Bose.[11] He studied mass communication in Delhi and completed his elementary education from Gulmohur High School.[3]

In the media



  1. "Art and artists: Pune based organisation launches book 'Unread'", Hindustan Times, 31 March 2019
  2. "There's a lot brewing at cafés", The Telegraph, 20 June 2018
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 3.5 "Steel city boy's ode to hometown in his first novel", The Telegraph, 18 March 2018
  4. "Ajitabh Bose's new novel, 'Until we meet again' a new concept in reincarnation", The Avenue Mail, 28 September 2019
  5. 5.0 5.1 "जमशेदपुर की खूबसूरती दिखाएगी गला रब दी", Jagran, 4 January 2019
  6. "गलां रब दी में दिखेगा अपना प्यारा शहर", livehindustan.com, 4 January 2019
  7. "The Pocket Love Story", New Delhi Times, 11 September 2015
  8. "Cute & mushy, but lasts for only 30 minutes", The Telegraph, 10 March 2016
  9. "Booked and sold: How Bollywood-backed book trailers are taking over the literary world", Hindustan Times, 17 September 2018
  10. "'The Untold Love Stories' has tales to make you mushy!", India TV, 17 July 2015
  11. "It's My Love Story: First novel of city lad Ajitabha Bose launched", The Avenue Mail, 1 April 2018

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