Why Kim Kardashian Will Never be Good at These 6 Books?

Bollywood– The world’s largest feature film producing industry. The bright light is a source of enthusiasm and a platform for never-ending aspirations. It is and will be entertaining us forever and a day. Contrarily, various prominent Bollywood figures have penned down their age-old experiences. Here, we have compiled 6 finest books for our growing readers.

I think it’s great to be flawed. I am hugely flawed, and I like it that way. That’s the fun of life. You fall, get up, make mistakes, learn from them. Be human and be you.Priyanka Chopra

Khullam Khulla

Rishi Kapoor Uncensored

Author: (Deceased) Rishi Kapoor [actor in Bollywood]

Famous for: Agneepath (2012) as Rauf Lala

Genre: Autobiography

Description: Rishi Kapoor was one of the greatest gems that B-town ever produced. Being one of the heir of the Showman(Raj Kapoor) he was crowned famous at a very young age. Firstly, he narrates the incidents of his life in an orderly manner. Second, he speaks of the relationships with various stars and superstars of his time. Third, he confesses in front of his readers about his failing and fallings.

Flipping through the pages, one can bookmark his anxiousness towards Amitabh Bachchan. In addition to it, he also mentions the interlinkages with Dawood Ibrahim.

What we learned from it?

  • Daane daane pe likha hota hai khaanewale ka naam’.Don’t be embarrassed if people or life puts you down. Learn the lesson and move on. Something exceptional might be waiting for you!
  • Family is everything. They love you unconditionally. You are the luckiest person if you have a home to go and a family to keep you grounded.

The Best Mistakes of My Life

“It will be an ethereal experience and will make us proud of our country’s knowledge base and its contribution to mankind. After all, we gave zero to the world that put the man on the moon”

Sanjay Khan on his Seven cities theme park project

Author: Sanjay khan (actor in Bollywood)

Famous for: Naagin (1976) | Dus Lakh

Genre: Autobiography

Description: Back in 2018, Mr. Khan released his influential life story. He has authored this book in the best practical manner possible. Besides that, our classic man has soberly narrated the struggles he underwent during his career; from love chemistry with Zarine Khan to a deadly mishap on the sets of The Sword of Tipu Sultan.

In a nutshell, the book is an honest tale of our handsome survivor. Do read.

What we learned from it?

  • Mistakes don’t define you. What really matters is how you make benefit from them.
  • Convert the bad outcomes into opportunities and live from The Best mistakes of your life.

The Legend of Lakshmi Prasad

Author: Twinkle Khanna (former actress in Bollywood)

Famous for: Barsaat(1995)

Genre: Fiction | Short stories

Description: Renowned interior designer and author, Twinkle Khanna’s book will blow your mind. It targets feminism and stereotypes in India more precisely than Chetan Bhagat’s ‘One Indian Girl’.The modesty and words of wisdom bind a reader’s interest to the very end of this book.

The book has lined up four stories together, one of which is inspired by real-life!

What we learned from it?

  • In each story, the witty comments made by the fictitious characters will make you think everything twice.
  • Altogether, this book is a must-read for every woman- who wishes to break through cliché. And a beyond comparison example for any man to work for the betterment of women and society.

In a country that was still reeling from a hangover of its colonial days, intelligence was determined not as much by a person acumen as by their fluency in the English Language.”

The Best Thing About You Is You! 

“There is enough for the world’s needs, but not enough for the world’s greed.”

Author: Anupam Kher (actor in Bollywood)

Genre:Autobiography | Humor

Famous for: Special 26

Description: Superstar Anupam Kher through his book inspires you all together to find real peace of mind in this busy and perplexing life. Mr. Kher, using examples from his own life experiences persistently motivates his readers. He feels that one must possess an optimistic outlook to tackle negative situations in life.

Added to this, this book counts all the practical methods to get the most of your life. And cover topics from various aspects of life.

Some of them include: The anger syndrome, thought control, dealing with relationships, getting rid of fears, and many more.

What we learned from it?

  • Keep your senses up! You will always find serenity and insightful guidance.
  • Always crave practical advice; no matter what situation you are going through.
  • Keep up the good work and you will soon discover the best thing about you is you.

Me and Ma

It was Ma’s! ‘Nahin, Bhai Saab, my daughter is too young to marry right now. I want her to give herself some time.’

Author: Divya Dutta (actress in Bollywood)

Genre: Autobiography

Famous for: Veer Zara as Shabana ‘Shabbo’ Ibrahim

Description: Shabbo left us stunned with her writings. She has portrayed the bond between a mother and daughter in an exquisite tone. As it is rightfully said ‘No time can separate parents and children’.

The author has shared the insights of her life; from the day of her first cry to raising his brother, nephews, nieces and daughter.

If you love your mother endlessly and share a very special bond with her, this book is a must-read for you.

What we learned from it?

  • There is no such love other than parents in this world.
  • Parents were the only ones obligated to love you; from the rest of the world you had to earn it.”Ann Brashares

An Ordinary Life: A memoir

‘When I had no money, I would find out which friend had work and money at that point in time and would go and stay with him for a week. All of us theatre guys did that’

Author: Nawazuddin Siddiqui aka Faizal Khan (actor in Bollywood) and Rituparna Chatterjee (Author)

Genre: Autobiography | Biography

Famous for: Gangs of Wasseypur

Description: This book has elegantly described the life and career of the actor. For easy understanding, he has divided this book into 4 parts.

Let’s have a quick look of all the parts;

Firstly, He evoked his childhood memories.

Secondly, In this part you will come to know many unknown facts about him.

Thirdly, He recounts his struggling days in Mumbai. You will get to know about the struggles he faced when he was left with no money (even to buy food).

Finally, He tells us how he finally started getting small roles in movies and eventually got his first lead role in Gangs of Wasseypur. This book is for the ones who dare to dream.

What we learned from it?

  • One day you will be proud of the real value of your hard work.
  • The art of transforming your dreams into reality is magnificently described.

Author: Pranshu Agarwal

Co Author: Ayush Joshi

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Do read our other article athttp://akashbaani.com/hollywoodian-remedies-for-improving-your-life/

Happy Reading!

Pranshu Agarwal
Hi there! I am a kind of extroverted person who loves to make new connections and hearing new perspectives. I am a digital junkie and looking forward to become a successful digital entrepreneur. I love to read, if you are also a reader then lets get connected!
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