Bollywood Striptease, authored by Neeta Shah, is a tale of a young ambitious girl known as Nikki Shah and her dreams to become a Bollywood actress.
Summary Of The Book
Bollywood Striptease is a novel authored by Neeta Shah in the year 2012.
The central story of this novel revolves around the character of a chartered accountant known as Nikki Shah. She dreams about being a Bollywood celebrity someday and quits the career of a chartered accountant to pursue her dreams. Her family agrees with her choice hesitantly. She tries every possible way to become an actress - from modelling to appearing in innumerable auditions, from daily soaps to reality shows - but all in vain. Will she be able to fulfil her wishes of becoming an actress or destiny has got something else in store for her? Will she finally get a break in the movies and become an actress? Read this book to find out how the newbie’s in Bollywood struggles to get a role in a movie; through the experiences of the author herself.
The author of this book had also tried her luck in the Bollywood industry and this book is a recapture of her days when she was struggling in the Bollywood industry to become an actress. This book is the outcome of her in depth research, perception, and experiences in the Bollywood industry, which lured her when she was a young girl.
This book also features some of the truths or maybe myths of the Bollywood industry that is known for its casting couches of upcoming and struggling actors. This book is written in comprehensive Indian English and is a sure good read and a quick page turner.
IROCK have successfully brought the rights from the author of this book for the adaption of this tale into a movie even before this book was published in the markets.
About Neeta Shah
Neeta Shah is a chartered accountant by Profession and an Author, whose debut novel is Bollywood Striptease.
She had a great passion to become an actor but soon turned to her other fascination which was writing.
Siddhartha M Jain
26 Feb, 2012
I expected more!
26 Dec, 2012
How I Feel About The Book
6 Aug, 2012