About the Book
'If you're being raped call your perpetrator "bhaiya" and he will stop.' - Asaram Bapu, 'holyman'.
'Chowmein and fast food cause rapes.'- Haryana Khap Panchayat.
'(Some) Women protesting rape are dented and painted.' - The President's son.
Ladies: throw away your pepper sprays. You don't need them as long as your lips are armed with the potent word 'bhaiya'.
Fire at will. Don't eat fast food. Eating needs you to use your mouth in front of men which is just 'asking for it'. Always agree to any man's sexual proposition - just say 'Yes' to everyone. Most importantly, before making any wardrobe choices do consult with the President's son. He's never too busy to help you out with his insightful fashion tips. OR ignore these wise words and go out and kick men like that in the grapes and fight back. That's what I do. This is that Story. The story of Tanya Bisht, over and under Delhi.
About the Author
Sorabh Pant is one of India's top comedians' (Times of India, Hindustan Times, Deccan Chronicle). He has done over 800 shows in 34 cities in 12 countries - only for the frequent flier miles. He's also the founder of India's busiest comedy company, East India Comedy. His first novel, The Wednesday Soul was called 'an experiment in hilarity' by Deccan Chronicle and 'delectably madcap' by Mayank Shekhar of Hindustan Times. His columns have been published by every major newspaper and magazine in the country and read by almost no one. To prove his undying love for women, he even married one! He lives in Mumbai with his wonderful wife, and their egos.