Husn Ka Bazaar
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|Book||Husn Ka Bazaar|
|Author||Sonia Falero, Nina Vagh|
|Number of Pages||240|
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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...
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...
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...
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...
'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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