India is roaring, and Suresh Kaushal, the corpulent brief of abstemious lifestyle, has pushed himself up the political hierarchy to turn into Minister of State for Food Processing, Animal Husbandry, Fisheries and Canneries. His spouse Priya can’t trust their fate and, dogged to warrant it doesn’t scuttle out, fight back nobly with public giddiness, faithlessness and menopause. down the way she also discover crucial courses on endurance, as she observe her enchanting latest chum Pooonam hound eminence, sex and Jimmy Choo shoes, and her deep-seated elderly mate Lenin traverse a donkey and mislay his demeanour. In this immorally hilarious, sporadically affectionate volume, Namita Gokhale revivify a few cherished temperaments from her 1984 trendy blockbuster Paro, and thrust them décolletage subterranean into Delhi’s lethal ravage of authority, wealth and self-indulgence.
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