Trust Me

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Rupa & Company, 2006 - Bildungsromans - 242 pages
Parvati has learnt her lesson late in life, but she has learnt it well all men are bastards. While working in an ad film company, she had met karan, her Mr Right . Unfortunately, he turned out to be so wrong. Her boss, the fatherly Mr Bose, is the one shoulder she can cry on. He is also the one man she never expects a pass from. She stands corrected. All men ARE bastards. Her girlfriends manage to keep their I-told-you-so s to themselves. Parvati quits her job, and joins the unit of Jambuwant (Call me Jumbo!) Sinha, assisting him in the making of his latest Hindi feature film. Jumbo is a typical Bombay film-maker. He believes in white shoes, black money and the casting couch. Manoj, the chief assistant, makes a pass at every woman he meets because he doesn t want anybody to feel unwanted. And Rahul, an actor, claims to have fallen in love with her. But Parvati is older now. And smarter. But apparently not smart enough because, very inconveniently, she finds herself liking Rahul too much&

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User Review  - bookslifenmore - LibraryThing

“TRUST ME” the title of the novel was screaming, I checked out the author’s name & it didn’t ring any bell. Though the praises bestowed on the author (by our owm Chetan Bhagat) & book were good and so ... Read full review

Review: Trust Me: a romantic comedy set in Bollywood

User Review  - Faiza Ahmed - Goodreads

Nothing innovative in the storyline but somehow u feel compelled to read it till the very end especially after reading the first few chapters..If u can get past the uncouth language used by the author ... Read full review

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