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Husn Ka Bazaar

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Details of Book: Husn Ka Bazaar (BSID:114205)

Book Husn Ka Bazaar
Author Sonia Falero, Nina Vagh
ISBN 0143068229
ISBN-13 9780143068228, 978-0143068228
Binding Paperback
Publisher Penguin
Publishing Date 2012
Number of Pages 240
Language Hindi

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P-eggy August 09, 2019 review from Goodreads

The author was a reporter working on a serious story of Bombay's dance bars, but ended up writing a soap opera about just two of them, the I'm-so-beautiful Leela and her best friend, film-directors-are-after-me Priya, bar dancers at Night Lovers club. I think she must have been a reporter for the...

Sujatha November 24, 2010 review from Goodreads

Its a complete celebration and victory of the free spirit of women all over , that has been so beautifully brought out with an unrivalled sensitivity . All the souls in this book will remain with you long after you finish reading the book .This is one masterpiece , i would recommend everyone to r...

Rohan December 04, 2010 review from Goodreads

What can I say about this book that hasn't been said before? It's shocking, moving, heartbreaking. It's a new Maximum City. It's the story of a bar dancer and her downward spiral into the circle of hell that is the Bombay underworld. It's the story of the author's friendship with the bar dancer a...

Samir December 01, 2011 review from Goodreads

I have been a fan of investigative journalism. Many such pieces of work delve deep inside the world of human emotions and showcase a side of humans not known to many. I have never been able to understand the world of Dance Bars. Sonia Faleiro narrates a story of Leela through whose eyes Sonia has...

Sarbpreet September 28, 2011 review from Goodreads

'Beautiful Thing' does not start off very well. The writing seems a little choppy; somewhat disjointed. I find myself thinking that Suketu Mehta probably did a better job covering similar material in 'Maximum City'. Louise Brown's 'The Dancing Girls of Lahore' is another outstanding book on a sim...

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