Have I read her columns?
Yes, a few.
Have I enjoyed her columns?
Yes, they are short and brings home a point which many women face everyday.
Now coming to the book. A work of fiction, more like a conversation with her mind, in topics ranging from parenting, marriage, fashion and work divided into various chapters. But, they are written in very much the same way as her columns, and some of them are just re-written versions of her weekly column itself.
Did I enjoy that?
I think after her column, I expected a different approach for her first book, so I must say I was not too thrilled about the book.
It was very quick to read, in fact I finished it in one sitting, in about 2-3 hours. The language is very simple and she gets the humour across without much effort. But, once I was through half of the book, I felt there was a repetition in the prose. The peek into the Bollywood lifestyle which seems to be the core of the book became boring and extremely superficial by then.
Prodigal Son, Baby, the man ... it all seemed to lose its charm.
I believe its the short chapters and a column like approach which caused me to lose interest mid way. But, her language and style is fun to read, but maybe in a better setting.
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