|Publisher:||Bluejay Books Pvt Ltd.|
|No. of Pages:||216|
About the Book :
A beautiful and charismatic actress, a sensitive and immensely gifted director, a scheming, wily but brilliant manager Mohini is the pulsating saga of three individuals, each driven by an obsession.
Set in the backdrop of the bold and brazen world of Bollywood, it is a tale of passion, intrigue and suspense. The narrative moves at a roller-coaster speed and captures love in its myriad shades: infatuation, romance, commitment, lust and obsession.
A young girl growing up in the backwaters of Bollywood nurses a burning desire to become the number one star in the industry. In her ruthless, and sometimes reckless pursuit, she uses and is used by many individuals. However, there are two men in her life who love her to absolute distraction. One she betrays, and the other she rejects. Both unleash vengeance and in a strange quirk of serendipity are pitted against each other as the novel hurtles to a throbbing, thrilling climax.
Mohini offers an insight into the biggest film industry the murky manipulations, the dirty deals, the shameless shenanigans, the tears behind the glycerin, the pain behind the paint, and the suffering beyond the celluloid.
....a young girl...really has to go through re...especially when she does not come from a ilm background...I applaud the effort...to bring to fore the pains of a starlet in such a unique manner." , — Shatrughan Sinha, renowned actor
About the Author :
Ramendra Kumar (Ramen) is a writer by passion and is working as Chief of Communications, Rourkela Steel Plant, Odisha. An award-winning author with twenty-three books to his credit, he spins yarns mainly for the young and the young at heart. He also dabbles in satire, poetry, fiction and travelogues. His stories have found a place in text books and anthologies published across the world. Ramen, an inspirational speaker and storyteller, is a regular at leading seminars and literary festivals, both in India and abroad.
|Title:||Mohini: of Bollywood dreams and obsession. . .||Publisher:||Bluejay Books Pvt Ltd.|
|No. of Pages:||216|