It seems that the characters Rishi Vohra encounters along the way, including Salman Khan makes a special appearance in the book, become part of his journey of self-discovery in life and professional bearings in film studios of Bollywood.
The author of the novel, Rishi Vohra, who had an extensive career in the Indian Entertainment Industry and higher education in the USA is able to provide authentic description and feels for the settings in the States and Mumbai both. His description are flawlessly absorbing and is one up than his debut novel "Once Upon the Tracks of Mumbai" which did very well and received a special mention at the Hollywood Book Festival.
Published in Paperback by Jaico Publishing House, is a good read which I enjoyed thoroughly despite I generally read technical books. The novel has messages sprinkled with wit and wisdom. The book jacket has comments of noted Indian actor John Abraham who found the book providing 'a rare, vivid glimpse of the inner workings of the Hindi Film Industry, laced with humour, passion and unexpected twists'. This makes the novel, not only a good read but also an entertaining one.
The way the book has written, simple language and graphical descriptions, it can be read and enjoyed by teenagers and adults equally since it provides authentic insights into the tough life that a struggler to the Hindi Film industry has to go through.
The novel spread in about 260 pages can be read in one go on the weekends since it creates vivid pictures along with well chosen words. It is a must read novel for the book lovers.
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