This story is about Nishi Gupta who lives in London along with her parents. She loves playing her red beauty (guitar) and also has a bunch of friends Zac, Sarah and Riya who add different colours and spice to her life.
Thanks to her friends she appears to a TV show “Britain’s Got Talent” with her wish and also without any preparation, but ends up getting humiliated after her stage debacle. This very incident adds fire in her belly and motivates her to join a record label company Hues as an intern.
Life is so strange; Nishi here meets an international recording artist Nick Navjot Chapman. Nick was part Indian, part Canadian and entirely sexy. She finds herself attracted to him. It all starts in a party which gradually transcends into a short affair. When everything starts looking hunky dory, another girl Kelly comes into the picture and strange turn of events soon results in break off between Nick and Nishi.
Nishi’s father had got transferred to India.Nishi got spotted with Nick in a public place and eventually gets terminated from her company. She flies back to India where she again starts from scratch0. Now on story revolves around her failures and her struggles to establish herself in India.
I will not mention the ending of the book but would say that climax will be loved by everybody and bring smile on your face.
USP of the novel:
The book is not all about love story but also about struggles, friends, family and success. And also reaffirms our faith that whatever happens, it indeed happens for good.Nishi’s character reassures the faith that Indians who had migrated abroad in lookout for good opportunities are heading back to build their careers in India.A fruitful reverse brain drain indeed.
Quotations worth mentioning:
“At twenty-one, you could never have enough experience to prove yourself worthy of job”
About the author:
Parinda Joshi works in the Entertainment Industry in Los Angeles. She holds an MBA in Marketing. She is a freelance Columnist and a professional photographer.
Travelling tops her wish list and her favourite pastime is people-watching.
A pleasure read to enjoy something different in ths book.