It’s been a while. I can’t explain to you how difficult it has been for me to sit on this announcement for so long, but it’s finally here. A year ago, I pitched a Bollywood romance to Penguin Random House India. It was accepted. Then, I had to actually write the book which was a lot harder than I’d thought it would be. And today, it’s out! I’m a little nervous, but mostly very excited to present my first real-life-actual-asli-duniya novel to you! (Yes, I am Saranya Rai, for long-winded reasons.)
If you’ve enjoyed my writing over the years, I’m really hoping you’ll give this a shot and leave me a review on Amazon or any other platform you’re comfortable with. And if you like it, please spread the word?
This is it!
“Vicky also leaned forward, folding his forearms on the table till his face was inches away. His expression had shifted from outraged to calculative, and for no fathomable reason, it made Kriti’s heart beat faster.
‘Waise, Kritika, if you wanted to ask whether I’m single or not, you could’ve asked me upfront, y’know? No need to beat around the bush. I’m actually flattered you keep track of tabloid gossip about me.’
And despite all her self-proclaimed immunity to practised flirts and incorrigible hero-types, Kriti flushed all over.”
She’s tall, beautiful and one of Bollywood’s leading ladies.
He’s goofy, loves to wear outlandish clothes and is constantly in trouble with reporters.
When Vicky Behl and Kritika Vadukut meet on the sets of the period drama Ranjha Ranjha, everyone agrees they have serious chemistry–and not just on screen. But after her devastating break-up with Raunak Rajput, Kritika doesn’t know if she can handle being with another Bollywood actor. If only Vicky wasn’t so damn charming . . .
As they dance to romantic numbers and spend time between takes on the glamorous sets of Sudarshana Samarth’s film, they find it hard not to give in to their attraction to each other. But will the pressure and scrutiny of Bollywood allow them a happy ending or will there be a twist in the tale?