READER’S BOOK­SHELF ‘ Ev­ery book has to be read at a spe­cial time’

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Which books are you read­ing right now? I have been cu­ri­ous about Karan Jo­har’s An Un­suit­able Boy, and so this is the lat­est ad­di­tion to my col­lec­tion. I keep go­ing back to Syn­chrodes­tiny by Deepak Chopra. It teaches you every­thing hap­pens for a rea­son. It's not as well known as The Se­cret, but is as pow­er­ful when it comes to un­der­stand­ing the im­por­tance of liv­ing in a con­stant state of aware­ness. Read­ing is not about pick­ing up any book. Ev­ery book has to be read at a spe­cial time and place.

A book that shaped your out­look? My mother gave me

Man­ag­ing Di­rec­tor, Verve

Dale Carnegie’s How to Stop Wor­ry­ing and Start Liv­ing. It is about over­com­ing fears to deal with sit­u­a­tions. I swear by it.

Your favourite quote? My per­sonal favourite is from The Al­chemist: “It’s the pos­si­bil­ity of hav­ing a dream come true that makes life in­ter­est­ing.”

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