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Losing My Virginity and Other Dumb Ideas

Losing My Virginity and Other Dumb Ideas
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Item Code: NAC121
Author: Madhuri Banerjee
Publisher: Penguin Books
Edition: 2011
ISBN: 9780143415121
Pages: 234
Cover: Paperback
Other Details: 7.8 Inch X 5.2 Inch
weight of the book: 200 gms
Back of the Book

‘I have finally made up my mind about the “problem”. ‘What problem?’ Aditi asked. ‘My virginity,’ I whispered into the phone.

‘Ah, that!’
‘I’ am serious. I need help’.
‘Okay then. Let’s make it happen tonight, let’s de-virginize you!
See you at the bar at 8, okay?’

A. Everything is a choice.
B. Once the choice is made…let go!
More power to Madhuri for recognizing both, in this book!

-Sushmita Sen

Kaveri is thirty, single, knows seven languages, is an interpreter by profession, has read all the books about men and how to get a date. Yet, she has not been able to figure out the language of love. Since ‘The One Great Love’ of her life has eluded her for thirty years and might never show up, she decides to take matters into her own hands. One her thirtieth birthday, she makes a resolution – love or no love, she is going to lose her virginity. Life, however, has other plans!

This is the story of a spirited woman who plunges into a rollercoaster ride filled with ideas, ideals and adventures – each new day competing with yesterday to make her rethink and re-evaluate life and love.

Madhuri is the director of a creative production house that can do almost anything in the media from making brochures to producing TV shows. She is a complete media professional, having worked in all forms of the visual medium- TV, advertisements, documentaries. She has worked as a senior assistant director for film-makers like Subhash Ghai, Kaizad Gustad and Rohan Sippy, and music director Anu Malik.

Madhuri has an MA in Communication and Films from Jamia Millia Islamia – her thesis film, Between Dualities, won her the National Award for best documentary on women’s issues in 1999. Besides media, she is passionate about travelling, yoga and reading. She is currently working on commercial film scripts and her nest book. She is active on Twitter, Facebook and writes a blog (/).

To all my girlfriends, far and near; over the years, you’ve inspired me with many stories. I admire all of you for your strength, willpower and humour. Each and every one of you is unique and special in my life. Without you, my life is bland and boring.

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