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The Pillow Talk Movies: A book about the rotten business of Indian politics

This novel focuses on topical issues such as politics, money, crime and power-play. This book is for those who are interested in Indian politics.

books Updated: Sep 20, 2016 14:12 IST
Khushboo Shukla
Cover of the book The Pillow Talk Movies by Shashi Warrier.
Cover of the book The Pillow Talk Movies by Shashi Warrier.

Penned by author Shashi Warrier, this fiction novel is a satire on Indian politics and the kind of people who are involved in it.

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The secrecy with which these high profile people live and the stark contrast between their intended public actions and the actual actions forms the backdrop for the story.

The main focus is on topical issues like money, crime and power play. The Pillow Talk Movies is a good read for those who are interested in politics but may not be interesting read for all as it delves deeper into the pool of filth and gets more complicated as the book progresses.

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There are a number of characters that stand out and add more elements to the story. For instance, the book talks about a clever man who lives disguised as a woman for several years in order to seek benefits from the society that he would have never managed to attain otherwise being a man. And another instance is of a woman whom everyone considers to be innocent but she turns out to be a sharpshooter.

Title: The Pillow Talk Movies

Author: Shashi Warrier

Publisher: Westland

Price: Rs 295

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