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Trust Me ❥ [KINDLE] ❂ Trust Me By Rajashree ➢ – Thomashillier.co.uk 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 w 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.


10 thoughts on “Trust Me

  1. Anant Singh Anant Singh says:

    same old formula , Indian authors should elevate themselves by writing other things apart from sex , careless life and smoking There are other good topics also but i think they just stick with making there books true masala one.If anyone can come closer to any english writer whether fiction no fiction i would be proud of thatThis novel is only for teenage people whose life is made hell by sex and friends worthless and who thinks being in a job and mumbai is what the aim should be.for me i same old formula , Indian authors should elevate themselves by writing other things apart from sex , careless life and smoking There are other good topics also but i think they just stick with making there books true masala one.If anyone can come closer to any english writer whether fiction no fiction i would be proud of thatThis novel is only for teenage people whose life is made hell by sex and friends worthless and who thinks being in a job and mumbai is what the aim should be.for me its low rated and evry ill writeen , some thing is missing in the whole story author never seemed to convience me that Yes it all the worlds fault and they treat you badly.Remeber one song Dunniya re duniya very good very good Duniya wale very bad very bad but i should should admit it was mind soothing after reading heavy non fiction book


  2. Confirmed Neurotic Confirmed Neurotic says:

    I don t believe in belittling somebody s hard work or creative product But I am writing this review in an extremely bad mood inflicted by this nightmare of a book called Trust Me It s another crappy chick lit from one of the those film school graduate, who never really make it big in Film industry and have nothing to do when they are unemployed So they decide to convert their two pennies worth film script which had already been rejected by various producers into a novel, thinking it will ca I don t believe in belittling somebody s hard work or creative product But I am writing this review in an extremely bad mood inflicted by this nightmare of a book called Trust Me It s another crappy chick lit from one of the those film school graduate, who never really make it big in Film industry and have nothing to do when they are unemployed So they decide to convert their two pennies worth film script which had already been rejected by various producers into a novel, thinking it will catapult them into the leagues of literal giants.Trust me is exactly such a steaming pile of baloney You pick it up, you finish it up in 20 minutes straight if you are the kind of person who feel compelled to finish what you have started or if you are irreverent enough you walk to your window, take an aim at the big green municipal dustbin at the end of the road and toss it out of the window after reading a few pages realising it isn t worth your time Then you sigh, stretch yourself, amble to your book shelf and pick up a real book from authors who can write One aserious note, seeing books like this mushrooming in every nook and corner of India, makes you conscious of the frightening nosedive contemporary Indian English writing has taken Once we had the golden boy s like Mulk Raj Anand, R K Narayanan, Vikram Seth, Salman Rushdie and to some extent Amitav Ghosh to boast of I don t connect with any of them except RK but can they write , then arrived the mediocre writers like Shobha De and Khuswant Singh , minding their own business by catering to a niche segment But as if it was not enough one morning miraculously happened Five Point Someone which opened the gates and flooded the market with the greatest nonsense Indian literature had ever witnessed Oh shit not again , Trust me , One night at the call center , Dying at 19 , Pink or Black and Of course I love you are just a few of these mind numbing, pain inflicting, soul cringing works of current generation of Indian fiction writers.Pathetic work


  3. Anie Anie says:

    It is just like masala movie of Bollywood where there is no strong theme based story line and you are forced to pass the time This book is not meant for serious book lovers but rather for the young teenagers and Bollywood lovers The language used in the book provides a sour taste and lacks refinement as it is based on sex and drama.


  4. Kunjila Mascillamani Kunjila Mascillamani says:

    Don t know how many people in my friends circle i am going to offend by saying this, but what the hell, when has it mattered This book is a load of shit The reviews keep mentioning how funny the writing is but i felt my friends who say obnoxious things by calling them PJs poor jokes have better sense of humour than the author I have zero tolerance towards misogyny and the book is full of it Actually it is just about a woman who cannot get over her abortion of a fetus which was an inch long Don t know how many people in my friends circle i am going to offend by saying this, but what the hell, when has it mattered This book is a load of shit The reviews keep mentioning how funny the writing is but i felt my friends who say obnoxious things by calling them PJs poor jokes have better sense of humour than the author I have zero tolerance towards misogyny and the book is full of it Actually it is just about a woman who cannot get over her abortion of a fetus which was an inch long Also, yeah, it has something like penetration completes sex and the boyfriend getting angry because the girl is saying no to his penetration which is called going all the way So in effect i got to watch how frustrated men get when they are told not to rape women Not surprisingly the couple makes up Wow Language Amateurish and crass Most of the time outright disgusting.Craft I saw some attempts to bring a CUT to the book It s not working In films when you have CUT TO it works for a number of reasons, the scenes before the scene after etc In a book when you try it, first of all you have to test if it will give the desired effect Medium change craft change Simple Please don t read this book


  5. Sridevi Sridevi says:

    A surprisingly good read this book made.I expected a lot of cliches and stereotyped plots that can be noticed in many of the new age young Indian English authors and that is what I got, but the style of writing which unabashedly celebrates this kind of a storyline made is a rather enjoyable read The plot was bollywood style but this book never promises to be anythingthan that and for that am grateful.I got an insider s view of this ethereal world called Bollywood through this book In A surprisingly good read this book made.I expected a lot of cliches and stereotyped plots that can be noticed in many of the new age young Indian English authors and that is what I got, but the style of writing which unabashedly celebrates this kind of a storyline made is a rather enjoyable read The plot was bollywood style but this book never promises to be anythingthan that and for that am grateful.I got an insider s view of this ethereal world called Bollywood through this book In short its just a simple,fun read


  6. Abhishek Pathak Abhishek Pathak says:

    The plot is all the same including love,sex,infidelity,and a lot of drama.I think that something was really missing in the plot and the novel never started the way i anticipated it to be,it s based on Bollywood, lifestyle of people working in it and the hassles they have to face in bollywood like casting couch etc.Read it if you like some light reading and it ll seriously not appeal to people who like reading indian literary fiction.


  7. Pooja T Pooja T says:

    The only reason I give this book 2 stars and not 1, is because it does touch on some tricky topics that most chick lit books tend o stay away from That to me is its only mildly redeeming factor That apart this is a poorly written book with no memorable characters The protagonist is for most part a weeping angry mess who I didn t like at all I pretty much flipped through this book to finish it and move on.


  8. Bindu Bindu says:

    Makes for a light reading..


  9. Rajitha Rajitha says:

    total timepass


  10. Pratik Jadhav Pratik Jadhav says:

    I remember I had read this book in my teenage, the story is extremely funny and I almost loved the writing style I am reviewing it because I stumbled upon it again after a very long time and it brought with it lot of memories and nostalgia If you love funny light Hearted reads, this book will give you a great time.


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