Book Review: The Orange Hangover

Rahul Saini, best-selling author of the book ‘Those Little Lil Things’, asks several questions in his latest book, ‘The orange hangover’ What includes if you would be able to follow your heart and stick to values ​​and ambitions? Will he be able to conquer the girl he likes? To get the answers to these questions, among others, you should visit your nearest book stand and get a copy of the book that highlights the comedy surrounding a relationship that goes wrong.

By the time you turn 25, everyone around you just screams, jumps, and starts asking you the same question over and over again: “When are you getting married? When are you getting married?” Oh, come on. It can’t be that you don’t have a girlfriend. Why don’t you tell us about her and we can start planning the wedding?

Conversations like these should not come as a surprise in a man’s life before his marriage from friends, relatives, or people in society. A recently published book titled “The Orange Hangover” from Jaico Publishing House, written by author Rahul Saini reveals comedy about relationship going wrong and shares his thoughts on how weddings are painful affairs at times. The book is comical and talks about the struggle to hold on to one’s values, to do good for others, and about a person’s limited capacity to evaluate their previous experiences.

Born and raised in the small town of Jalandhar, author Rahul Saini is a high-spirited young architect based in Gurgaon. Apart from his work, he is actively interested in painting and story writing. His other fields of interest include filmmaking and photography. He has also gained experience working as a dialogue writer, screenwriter and assistant director for some films.

The author talks about how at one point in his life, he had the coolest lifestyle, he enjoyed dinner with friends, movies (first day, first show), a well paid job, and also a good girlfriend. Now with the passage of time he finds himself trapped in his small hometown without a job, without a girlfriend and to make matters worse, he manages to become entangled in a terrible case of extreme crime.

The Orange Hangover asks if he would be able to follow his heart and hold on to his values ​​and ambitions. Will he be able to conquer the girl he likes? Would the terrible case of extreme crime ever be solved? The fiction-based novel “The Orange Hangover” should be able to answer the questions that are being asked.

Rahul Saini is also the best-selling author of the book “Those Little Lil Things” which has won accolades from all quarters and has been ranked as one of the 5 best-selling books by NDTV and various publishers. The book has sold 100,000 copies to date and is all the rage among younger generations.

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