About the Book
"A Match Made in Mumbai" is less a timeless classic and more a classic for the time it portrays: turn-of-the-century Mumbai around 2000. Cellphones are new, common sense is getting old! It tells a story of two guys, three girls, and their parents. The young people are all happy in their own way, but their Indian parents don't want them to be happy- they want them married. The shenanigans and craziness that erupt in this mismatching will make Wodehouse's Blandings Castle look bland! It's a reach, but if Wodehouse were to live in Mumbai, and he wasn't banned for calling it Bombay, he could have written this book. Absolute madness, stylishly portrayed though witty dialogue and one liners like 'fast trains run faster than slow trains' that are destined to become memes, with the Mumbai of the past always lurking in the background, reminding many of us of the time of our ill-spent youth. A simple nostalgic look into yester years that is clean, fun, and offensive only to those who don't like to laugh.
About the Author
India and USA and currently practices medicine in Pennsylvania. He is a world traveler, historian and International affairs expert. He has directed 4 feature films in America which were widely distributed. During the Covid-19 pandemic, he made videos in several Indian languages in a unique style. Using humor, entertainment and poetry to make it bearable. The videos had millions of views. He has written several articles and @DrGodseRavi1, his Twitter handle is full of witty one-liners. He is soon embarking upon an ambitious movie project called, “Honey, I changed the past”, in which India’s Gandhi and Israel’s Ben-Gurion are exchanged with each other in 1942.
|Title:||Match Made in Mumbai|
|Author:||Dr. Ravi Godse|
|Publisher:||The Write Order|
|Number Of Pages:||253 pages|
|Place of Publication:||India|
|Reading age :||18 years and up|
|Release date:||10 January 2023|