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Anusual: Memoir of a Girl Who Came Back from the Dead Paperback – September 6, 2016
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About the Author
- Item Weight : 6.7 ounces
- Paperback : 192 pages
- ISBN-10 : 9789350297391
- ISBN-13 : 978-9350297391
- Product Dimensions : 5 x 0.75 x 7.75 inches
- Publisher : Harpercollins; 1st Edition (September 6, 2016)
- ASIN : 9350297396
- Language: : English
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Anusual girl, Anu Aggarwal has a hypnotic style and her choice of words hooks you in an almost tantric sway to showcase her spirited and daring side. She makes you time travel to the Bombay of the 90s in a unique and fascinating language that makes her dare-and-bare persona comes alive in a sparkling manner. Not one to be shy about exploring her bare sensuality and sexuality, she breaks free from the shackles of society read glamour by exploring her spiritual side that makes it a compelling read.
The wheel is turned back to Bombay that sets the narrative in a lyrical and romantic tone that is reminiscent of the classic song, ‘Ae dil hai Mushkil hai jeena yahan Zara hatke..yeh hai Bombay Meri Jaan. ”For sure, an odd 182-page-book is largely insufficient to bare it all and tell her full story! Not a bad attempt. Anusual makes for an interesting read.
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On one hand while ANU AGGARWAL was quite content to do Social Work as a Counseller along with theater back home in Delhi simultaneously On the other hand She would head to Mumbai being dragged not by the glamour and glitz but almost instinctively to connect with Her Circle of Friends to Broaden Her Horizons. While everyone believed that indeed ANU AGGARWAL was truly lucky to land a dream launch as MAHESH BHATT's discovery the truth is that till the very end ANU was reluctant to sign on for this project as She couldn't envision Herself as a typical Bollywood heroine..Infact it was only when Mahesh Bhatt threatened to shelve Aashique rather than make it with another more willing Heroine that ANU'S resistance crumbled and She looked at the project in a different light always brainwashing Herself that this film would be an exception and not the rule..Proof of it being that after Aashique released to a superduper audience reception She could have easily done half a dozen films with Her mentor Mahesh Bhatt alone just like RAHUL ROY gladly did but She was into a different ballgame that saw Her doing Ranjeet's 'Gazab Tamasha' next and while everyone thought She had sold Her Soul to the Commercial Devil She gladly signed MANI RATNAM's 'Thiruda Thiruda' only to follow it up with Mani Kaul's The Cloud Door and before folks could predict She was taking the Arty route She stunned everyone by agreeing to do Saawan Kumar Tak's 'Khalnaikaa' that was pitted against Subhash Ghai's magnum opus Khalnayak.
From Social Work to international ramp shows to some controversial Condom commercial to hestatingly tip toeing into Bollywood and then doing a PARVEEN BABI act by throwing it all up to take on Yoga to banance Her turbulent life to a steamy illicit romance at Her Yoga campus with Her tantric guru only to get physically thrown out..And finally that death defying accident that had Her hovering on the brink in a touch and go 29 days long coma and a recovery that stretched across three years
ANUsual AGGARWAL seems to have not only seen it all but done it all to in her roller coaster ride that has ample meat to turn into an award winning series on screen..Her ANUSUAL Memoir is starkly Honest & Poigant that touches the very core of Ones Heart As ANU clears all the Media cobwebs around Her Stardoms and lusty tales about Her Sexual Preferences and How She was an Amorous Maneater on the prowl with even women not being safe around Her..Such filthy rumours only maligned Her by vested interests to sell copies but with Stardom behind Her now and life having undergone an absolute transformation ANUsual proves to be a Mirror that Reflects The True ANU AGGARWAL behind the Enigma that was Media generated..Truly This is One Must Read Memoir If You Were A True Fan of the Aashique Star who has many more facets to Her multi dimensional Personality..