6:00 PM on Friday 12 October 2018
Mumbai-based writer Kainaz Jussawala will talk about her book
Coffee Days, Champagne Nights and Other Secrets
At FCC Auditorium
AB-19 Mathura Road, opposite Pragati Maidan Gate# 7, New Delhi-110001.
At 6pm on Friday, October 12, 2018.
You are cordially invited.
S Venkat Narayan
Kainaza about herself: "I'm from Mumbai and started my career at Magna publications. Women features and naughty quizzes were my forte.Then I did some undercover writing for Debonair; followed by The Times of India, Bandra Buzz and my own Blog chaiwithkai.
I have authored Coffee Days,Champagne Nights and Other Secrets which was also on the best seller list at crossword in the month of August 17. It's currently on reprint. And, to add flavour to my busy life, I fly all over the world as cabin crew and dabble with travelogues and travel videos from time to time. Anchoring local events and making people smile is something I enjoy.
I am on my third novel (now officially become my second) which is being finalised. My second has been turned into a script instead, but I can talk about it only once negotiated.
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