Sethji is the leader of the ABSP, an important alliance associate in the regime, who is clever, hard-nosed and an entrenched warrior. He is a gentleman who say no to take part in by any decent system or go down a solitary fight. Slackening her line of attack is Amrita, his ravishing and standoffish daughter-in-law who safeguards her personal hush-hush save for when two of the nation’s most authoritative bloke’s line-up to confront Sethji, the scheming aged legislator has to scrap the noxious fight of his existence, an encounter in which he ought to ante all with the lone individual he is put on to confide is Amrita, a lady who confer naught left, not still to Sethji. Divulging the sinister, seamy spirit of Indian political affairs, Sethji is a commanding work of fiction on the subject of desire, self-indulgence and above all dependence. Fascinating, exposing and utterly unputdownable, this is Shobhaa De at her glittering finest.
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