“A hero, a person who displays great courage for the greater good, can also fall. But what happens to a fallen hero? A Thousand Unspoken Words is the unique journey of a hero who falls. The storytelling is almost cinematic and as you read the book, you actually feel as if the scenes are coming alive in front of you. A page turner.”
– RJ Arvind,
94.3 Radio One

“Words speak. Yes. We have heard this often. But Paulami’s specialty lies in her words that do more than that. They paint a picture that one can actually see, touch and feel the emotions that she wants to bring to us. That is what she does with ‘A Thousand Unspoken Words’. It touches you; it shakes you to the core. The journey of the protagonist, the complexity of it reminds me of the great filmmaker Gurudutt’s life, where the art ate the artist.”
– Raghuvir Shekhawat
Veteran Film and Television Writer

“Paulami DuttaGupta is fascinated with creativity and its drivers. Is it solitude? Is it madness? Is it love? Is it romance? Is it something apart from the self – a “transmission”? Or does it come from within? Or from a muse. Or from a 'Nemesis'.  And what happens to a writer when he gets locked within his own process? It’s a terrifying prospect, and one that Dutta examines with panache, taking us into complex, dark and the nightmarish corridors of a creator's mind. 
I’d recommend Dutta’s fresh and deep study in the labyrinthine corridors, in which all of us are trapped.”
- Vivek Agnihotri
Filmmaker. Writer. Motivational speaker

“It is no secret that I am not much into reading books.  But ‘A Thousand Unspoken Words’ reminds me of what Henry David Thoreau said “Read the best books first or you may not have a chance to read them at all.”
– Pradip Kurbah
National Award Winning Director.