I WANT IT (now that, should win me the Booker) is a story which is told because it needs to be told, there is no other choice. The premise of the story is the idea that the easiest way to get something is to ask for it. Having a will to do something unique and not having a fear of rejection drives Raju, a confused Indian teenager, to fulfill his dreams. Challenging the Man Booker Prize committee in a hilariously pungent way, the protagonist sets foot in an unfamiliar territory. Equipped with hope, simplicity and brilliance, this story points out subtly to the unique manner in which any "want" is to be fulfilled. Asking profound questions in the likes of: what does a person do when he wants something so badly that he is willing to do anything for it? What happens when one loses and regains faith intermittently in his journey? Does destiny overrule human will? Spanning two and a half decades, three cities and two countries, this story could possibly point to the answers of some of these profound questions that each person comes across in the journey of life. Provocative yet honest, contemporary yet carrying the ingredients of deeply ingrained cultural stereotypes , the story of Raju is every Indian teenager's story. A story of want, a story of unrelenting faith in human will. Blunt and bold, the narrative's pungently hilarious character reveals the indignation rooted in people.