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Soha Ali Khan launched her book The Perils of Being Moderately Famous in Mumbai on Tuesday. The whole family, including her father Kunal Khemu, siblings Saba and Saif Ali Khan, mom Sharmila Tagore and sister-in-law Kareena Kapoor attended a book launch.
Their comfortable family ties were utterly manifest even when they were on stage, reading excerpts from a book and pity anecdotes from Soha Ali Khan’s life.
Before reading an mention from a book, Sharmila Tagore pronounced she felt like she was attending Soha’s entrance film premiere. Sharmila said, “It is like being during a premiere of Iti Srikanta (Soha Ali Khan’s entrance Bengali film). It was Soha’s initial film and currently is also a kind of debut.”
After this event, Sharmila Tagore was asked if she would like to write a book one day, given she has been around in a attention for so long, and had an engaging life herself.
To this, Sharmila pronounced she has been wanting to write a book, though did not have a kind of loyalty it needs. She said, “I consider that’s a smashing idea, we have really been thinking, though we have not put coop to paper, and Soha has been violence me to it. Maybe Soha can write my book.”
Since Sharmila voiced that she wanted to write a book, a clerk also asked Saif Ali Khan if he ever suspicion of essay a book as he is an zealous reader too.
To this, Saif pronounced that he would adore to write a fear story or a domestic satire. He said, “Yes, spook stories. Chilling tales of life in a film industry. I’d like to write a book on something like that or domestic joke or comedy. So, it would be comedy, domestic joke of horror. we am not sure.”
Soha Ali Khan’s entrance book, published by Penguin India, is a collection of personal essays where she recounts with self-deprecating humour what it was like flourishing adult in one of a many shining families of a country. With never before published photos from her family’s archives, The Perils of Being Moderately Famous promises to take us by some of a many touching moments of Soha’s life – From flourishing adult as a modern-day princess and her days during Balliol College to life as a luminary in a times of amicable media enlightenment and anticipating adore in a many doubtful of places.