My So-Called Bollywood Life

My So-Called Bollywood Life

Winnie Mehta was never really convinced that Raj was her soulmate, but their love was written in the stars. Literally, a pandit predicted Winnie would find the love of her life before her 18th birthday, and Raj meets all of the qualifications. Which is why Winnie is shocked to return from her summer at film camp to find her boyfriend of three years hooking up with Jenny Dickens. Worse, Raj is crowned chair of the student film festival, a spot Winnie was counting on for her film school applications. As a self-proclaimed Bollywood expert, Winnie knows this is not how her perfect ending is scripted.

Then there’s Dev, a fellow film geek, and one of the few people Winnie can count on to help her reclaim control of her story. Dev is smart charming, and challenges Winnie to look beyond her horoscope to find someone she’d pick for herself. But does falling for Dev mean giving up on her prophecy, and her chance to live happily ever after? To get her Bollywood-like life on track, Winnie will need a little bit of help from fate, family, and of course, a Bollywood movie star.

Like an expertly choreographed Bollywood dance scene, Nisha Sharma’s off-beat love story dazzles in the lime light.

Title:My So-Called Bollywood Life
Edition Language:English
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About Nisha Sharma

Nisha Sharma grew up on Bollywood movies, eighties classics, and romance novels, so it comes as no surprise that her first novel My So-Called Bollywood Life (Crown 2018) , features all three.

    My So-Called Bollywood Life Reviews

  • Lola

    “As much as I love Bollywood damsels in distress, I don’t need saving. I’m my own hero.” Right now, there’s nothing else I want more than to watch a Bollywood movie and become as obsessed w...

  • Korrina  (OwlCrate)

    This book was just absolutely adorable. Even as someone who has never watched a Bollywood film in my life, it was super accessible and interesting. And now I want to check out some of the movies refer...

  • Maya ?

    You had me at "dream sequences featuring Shah Rukh Khan"...

  • Nenia ? Queen of Literary Trash, Protector of Out-of-Print Gems, Khaleesi of Bodice Rippers, Mother of Smut, the Unrepentant, Breaker of Convention ? Campbell

    Instagram || Twitter || Facebook || Amazon || Pinterest"You only care about yourself and your stupid movies" (88).This quote is brought to you by Jenny. Not all heroes wear capes.Wow, I am kind of bl...

  • julianna ?

    I NEED TO WATCH BOLLYWOOD FILMS. full review at my blog because writing out a separate review for goodreads? how about noThank you so much to Penguin Teen for sending me a copy of this book for a revi...

  • Nasom

    Full Review This book is so corny, it pops (No?) now I am being corny What I liked - As a Bollywood fan, I liked some of the Bollywood movie references, especially the ones that I have watched. The r...

  • Aimal (Bookshelves & Paperbacks)

    I’m so bummed that I didn’t like this much. I adored the Bollywood references, the Shah Rukh Khan dream sequences, and the unapologetic use of Hindi in the dialogue. I loved the familial relations...

  • Nisha Sharma

    Yes, I know I'm rating my own book, but since I put blood, sweat and tears into every word, I think I should be able to give it 5 stars. (admittedly, I'm biased)Important StuffFor a limited time (whil...

  • Stacee

    This was the exact sort of fluff I was looking for. I really liked Winnie. I loved how devoted to her family she was, how passionate she was about film, and how she went back and forth between wanting...

  • Rincey

    Is this book super over the top and cheesy and predictable? Yes.Was this book a bright spot during my otherwise tough week? Also yes.Watch my brief discussion in my June wrap up: