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Soha Ali Khan's debut book ‘The Perils of Being Moderately Famous’

Soha Ali Khan's debut book ‘The Perils of Being Moderately Famous’

by The Daily Eye Team December 13 2017, 1:21 pm Estimated Reading Time: 1 min, 36 secs

For the first time in Mumbai yesterday, Sharmila Tagore, Saif Ali Khan, Kareena Kapoor Khan, Saba Ali Khan and Kunal Kemmu came together to unveil the debut book of author and actor Soha Ali Khan titled The Perils of Being Moderately Famous.

The book, published by Penguin Randomhouse India, is a collection of Soha’s personal essays where she recounts, with self-deprecating humour, what it was like growing up in one of the most illustrious families of the country. 

Hosted by Kaneez Surkha, the evening was sprinkled with huge doses of laughter as the family revealed interesting anecdotes of Soha Ali Khan's life that they wittily called 'The Perils of Knowing Soha'. 

The event also saw Soha speak about her journey writing this book and how she has expressed her personal experiences. The book also carries unreleased images of her family and childhood, along with a few of her adorable baby daughter Inaaya. From endearing characteristics of her father to her mother's illustrious family tree, her relationships and her struggle with writing, Soha’s debut novel is a breezy and riveting read, full of insights and humour. 

Soha Ali Khan commented – “I’m very excited that the book is available to buy now and will be read by an audience other than my close friends and family! I’ve had so much fun writing it - and to be published by Penguin is very cool.”

“I can definitely say Soha Ali Khan was born to write.  Her charm and wit has shined in this brilliant collection of personal essays where she recounts with self-deprecating humour some of the most poignant moments of her life. It was wonderful to collaborate with her on this book and launching the book in the presence of her entire family was truly an unforgettable experience.” said Gurveen Chadha, Commissioning Editor.

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