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by Rina Golan

Free eBook Dear Mister Bollywood: How I Fell In Love With India Bollywood And Shah Rukh Khan download ISBN: 1456701444
Author: Rina Golan
Publisher: AuthorHouseUK (December 8, 2010)
Language: English
Pages: 100
Category: Biography and Memoir
Subcategory: Arts and Literature
Size MP3: 1551 mb
Size FLAC: 1477 mb
Rating: 4.1
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If Shah Rukh Khan did agree to give Rina some money, I think that Rina should have clued in to social and . Dear Mister Bollywood chronicles the struggles of a foreigner trying to make it somewhere in Bollywood

If Shah Rukh Khan did agree to give Rina some money, I think that Rina should have clued in to social and cultural cues. Some cultures in the world say "yes" when they mean "no". And that is the polite way to speak in some cultures. Dear Mister Bollywood chronicles the struggles of a foreigner trying to make it somewhere in Bollywood. Unfortunately, the book leaves a lot to be desired as there is no evidence of professional writing skills. The book is ridden with grammatical errors undermining the credibility of the author and the publishing house.

Dear Mister Bollywood book. Dear Mister Bollywood is a letter to the most famous man in India, Shah Rukh Khan

Dear Mister Bollywood book. Dear Mister Bollywood is a letter to the most famous man in India, Shah Rukh Khan. This letter spins off into Rina's life story of her struggle to survive and her hunger to succeed, but not at any price. Rina is set to make it big her way, without compromising on her principles. She won't sell her soul. She meets adversities and defeat. She is on quest for success, a journ Dear Mister Bollywood is a letter to the most famous man in India, Shah Rukh Khan.

Dear Mister Bollywood is a letter to the most famous man in India, Shah Rukh Khan. This letter spins off into Rinas life story of her struggle to survive and her hunger to succeed, but not at any price. She wont sell her soul. She is on quest for success, a journey that she has taken to find her destiny in life and make something of herself. This letter spins off into Rina. You're getting the VIP treatment! With the purchase of Kobo VIP Membership, you're getting 10% off and 2x Kobo Super Points on eligible items. Your Shopping Cart is empty. There are currently no items in your Shopping Cart.

So, basically, Rina wrote a book named, Dear Mister Bollywood: How I Fell in Love with India, Bollywood and Shah Rukh Khan, which was a circulated at the MAMI Festival in the year 2010. Their report further states, "Reportedly, Anup had even bluntly expressed that he was tired of her (his wife) illness and wanted to run away

On its launch, ‘Dear Mister Bollywood’ took the conventional route

On its launch, ‘Dear Mister Bollywood’ took the conventional route. First come up with a sensational headline, then reveal portions of the book that touch upon sex, sleaze & controversy and later come up with statements around ‘’. Of course when there are terms like Bollywood and Shahrukh Khan involved, there are all the more chances for additional eyeballs

Dear Mr Bollywood, a book that is being circulated at the ongoing MAMI Festival has stirred up a controversy in the film industry. Golan claims that her love for Bollywood has not diminished because of her experiences. My book is about Shah Rukh Khan. I needed to reach out to him. I fell in love with India, Bollywood and SRK, said Rina, adding, Yes, I have had some good and some bad experiences in the industry. None of this has changed my feelings about the country. I still love India, Bollywood and Shah Rukh Khan.

In her book Dear Mr Bollywood: How I Fell In Love With India, Bollywood And Shah Rukh Khan, Israel-based model . Israeli model and Bollywood struggler Rina Golan alleges casting couch in the Mumbai film industry.

In her book Dear Mr Bollywood: How I Fell In Love With India, Bollywood And Shah Rukh Khan, Israel-based model and Bollywood struggler Rina Golan blows the cover on Bollywood and alleges she was propositioned by Subhash Ghai.

Dear Mister Bollywood is a letter to the most famous man in India, Shah Rukh Khan. This letter spins off into Rina's life story of her struggle to survive and her hunger to succeed, but not at any price. Rina is set to make it big her way, without compromising on her principles. She won't sell her soul. She meets adversities and defeat. She is on quest for success, a journey that she has taken to find her destiny in life and make something of herself. This journey brings her to an encounter with her beloved hero Shah Rukh Khan and then to life in Mumbai where she tries to make it big it in Bollywood. Although she fails, she still loves India, Bollywood, and Shah Rukh Khan, but she also realizes that she is actually on a journey to learn to love herself. This book is meant to inspire people to live with passion, pursue their dreams, and never give up on innocence, truth, and justice.

User reviews
Ranicengi
Thank you, Rina, for writing about your experiences. The 'celebrities' in media's minds and mere mortals at the end of a day and have their own sexual needs.
Samowar
To call this a book is very generous. It is more like a pamphlet. I do not have a hard time believing the "author" because Bollywood is a place where alot of sexual exploitation takes place. However, the author is disturbed. I don't understand how she can just ask Shah Rukh Khan for $30000 on their first meeting with the promise of nothing and then continually hound him for years for this money after he makes it clear he is not going to give it? She stalks him on sets, trailers etc. It is really mind blogging where she gets these cojones and to say she is disturbed is being nice.
I love Mercedes
Dear Mister Bollywood chronicles the struggles of a foreigner trying to make it somewhere in Bollywood. Unfortunately, the book leaves a lot to be desired as there is no evidence of professional writing skills. The book is ridden with grammatical errors undermining the credibility of the author and the publishing house. After the narratives of a bunch of incidences all over the place, you are left with questioning what are the author's motives behind the book as all names taken are real. Is it just another publicity stunt by a pretty face or a half baked story that got lucky and got published? I thought the book was so bad that when I took it with me on my holiday, I left it behind at the hotel we stayed in, atleast the book will never be revisited again.
Beazerdred
I found that Shahrukh Khan is still in my opinion a kind and good person, who many try to take advantage of.
I found the writer to be a troubled young women, that tried to attach herself to whoever would gain her entry. She tried to get into a world she didn't seem to belong. She didn't want to work hard to make a living. Very sad story! I believe she would have been treated the same anywhere I'm the world.
Her apology was half-hearted! The book is not really worth the read.
Amis
This book was mentioned on the website of a Mumbai daily. At first I dismissed the author as another bitter Bollywood 'struggler'. But I somehow couldn't ignore the flashes of truth screaming from between the lines in the excerpt. The story seemed just too REAL to be ignored. The lecherous quotes attributed to some of Bollywood's biggest names seemed authentic.

Here's an account of her experience with Subhash Ghai.

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We sat on the sofa. I got a bit scared. I didn't really know
what to expect. And then he held my hand and told me that he
could change my life.

He looked at me and said, "Give me one year and your life
will be totally different. But you have to give me 100 percent.
Are your ready to do that? he asked. I was nervous.

"What do you mean by 100 percent?", I asked. And he said
I should totally "surrender" to him, that he needed my commitment
if I was to have is.
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Elsewhere in the book is an account of Ghai trying to kiss her, while jerking himself off.

There are other big names of Bollywood (a superhit director, India's # 1 spiritual bhajan singer and others) making advances and then throwing her out of projects when she doesn't comply. There's also a graphic account of India's # 1 star (yes, the king himself) arranging to throw her out of sets because he couldn't face her out of embarrassment.

Curious, I downloaded the book on my Kindle... and it BLEW my mind! Now let me tell you, I'm not one of those who gets swayed easily. I'm as cynical as they come. I demand hard facts before I believe anything. But having read the book, I have no doubt the author is telling the truth. The human mind can tell when something is an outright lie and this is NOT a lie.

You want to know the kadwee sacchai about Bollywood? Read this book.

You have seen all the empty, spineless heroes of Bollywood who will do anything for money (even dance at weddings and turn hostile in court to save underworld dons). Now meet the REAL hero of Bollywood : Rina Golan

You may not get to buy this at your local bookstore (the men named in the book have the political influence to ensure that). But you can download it right now on the Kindle* and be reading it in seconds!

*Btw, just in case you aren't aware, you don't need to own the Kindle device to read Kindle books. You can read them on your PC with a free Kindle app. To download the app, search for "free kindle reading apps" on google.
avanger
... are you "plugging" this book in? It seems like you are the author or someone close to her and trying to sell the book.

Let us face it: The world is not perfect and all kinds of practices are indulged in show business -- be it Bollywood or Hollywood! There are plenty of books abound relating to dark secrets of Hollywood. And I am sure every aspiring artist is very well aware of them. It comes with the territory. If you don't like it, stay away from it.