Soha Ali Khan is a mid-tier Bollywood actress who belongs to one of the most star studded families in Bollywood. People broadly know her as someone famous's daughter, sister or sister-in-law. This memoir is her take on being associated with over-achievers all her life and her struggle to make her own mark in the cut-throat second most popular film fraternity in the world.
Chic- Flick-Worthy- November 9 by Colleen Hoover
Fallon is an actress whose career ended and Ben is an aspiring writer, they meet on November 9. Their individual circumstances don't allow for them to be together so they decide on meeting each other on the same date, same place every year with absolutely no contact in between. Sounds cheesy right? And yes that has already been done in movies. But it isn't a simple as that!
Rampura’s- Saints and Charlatans by Sarim Baig
Title: Saints and Charlatans Author: Sarim Baig Genre: Short-stories, Fiction, Contemporary Ratings: This is Sarim Baig's debut narrative. It is a collection of short stories that are set in contemporary Punjab in the neighborhood of Rampura where the majority of settlers are from the village of Suratwalla. As someone who grew up in a small town, the... Continue Reading →
Quotes on Love from my Reading List of 2017
In this blog on Valentine's day I am sharing some of my favorite quotes from recent books that I have read. There are so many more in classics and my all-time favorite novels but for now, here is a glimpse into my reading list of 2017. Although published a few years ago, this book continues... Continue Reading →
Beware of What Lies Beneath- Into The Water by Paula Hawkins
The water inlet from the nearby river is a source of entertainment and an integral part of the town. But the water has an ugly history of women falling to their deaths from the cliff above into the "Drowning Pool"- the more accepted name . The latest death is that of Nel Abbot, a mother to a teenager who was documenting the strange deaths of women that had occurred at the Drowning Pools.
Jannat, a Guesthouse in a Graveyard – The Ministry of Utmost Happiness by Anrundhati Roy
This is the excerpt for your very first post.