Ever wondered what it’s like to be wedded into a Punjabi house?
Shalini is 4 years into her marriage. With time the romance in her marriage has given way to prying relatives, nosy buas, conniving masis and a series of not so welcome surprises that flood her life from her in-laws’ stable time to time. The story is a mix of satirical observations of her ever boastful Punjabi relatives, their peculiar mannerisms, speech and their dressing sense in a rib-tickling humorous fashion. Inspired by these incidents Shalini decides to pen them down into a book.
Shalini’s most trusted companion in this house, her sister-in-law is caught lying about her love affair. This is the most challenging of situations that Shalini has faced so far. Not only she has to serve her duties right as a bhabhi, but she has to do it knowing fully well that she is not the favourite bahu.
A Punjabi Thali indeed!
The book actually is readable with the pleasant narrative used by Shalini with ample doses of humour and anecdotes woven in.This book is fun, joyous and true in its core, a tad bit direct. A plate full of sweet, sour, hot, spicy, chunky and fun just like its name.
Vamshi Krishna A , Vamshi aka Tiger is a positive psychologist, marketing fanatic, branding strategist handling branding at one of top builders in India.