Even the stormiest cloud seemed intent on taking a U-turn after seeing the packed gathering at ‘The Svenska Hotel’ in Andheri , exactly where an enthusiastic audience welcomed the ‘ The 3 u turns of my life ‘ by Jitendra Gianchandani.
The stars of the universe seemed to be shining vibrant upon the launch of ‘The three U turns of my life’ with the news of the book breaking by means of to the prime 10 crossword bestseller list reaching the gathering . The evening opened with Umesh Pherwani seeking daper in a vibrant yellow blazer,fondly expressing his amazement at Jitendra’s subtle injections of bone tickling humour into such a complicated , riveting plot.
Jitendra recalled how his writing style was inspired by his early childhood days, when his world was coloured by the likes of Champak and other comics and how he methodically adopted the character of a writer by dumping his corporate suit for a pair of boxer shorts. Jitendra explained the nuances of penning this outrageously funny novel by highlighting the truth that, humour was his character strength and he believed that it would serve as an best stimulant to the cutting edge, quickly paced CA vs MBA debate that the plot revolves about. He also hinted at famed bollywood producer , Pritish Nandi’s interest in turning the novel into a Bollywood film.
The evening took an fascinating turn when noted actor and author Rajeev Paul shared his thoughts on Jitendra’s possible, to become an inspiration to a host of existing bestselling authors as properly as an whole generation of aspiring writers. Both Rajeev Paul and Umesh Pherwani have been taken aback at the the charming and funny tone of the book.
Madhuri Bhatia , theatre artist and actress study a few chapters of the book with great passion and enthusiasm amidst thunderous applause from the audience . Also spotted were Pinky Ahluwalia, vice counsel of Belgium and Rakesh Paul.
This week , let laughter and humour back into your life with this absorbing and gripping adore story . Grab your copy of ‘The 3 u turns of my life’ at the nearest bookstore.