Sonam Kapoor re­leased Raisha Lal­wani’s de­but novel ‘The Di­ary on the Fifth Floor’

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THE diva of Bol­ly­wood in­dus­try Sonam Kapoor was re­cently in Delhi for the re­lease of Raisha Lal­wani’s de­but novel ‘The Di­ary on the Fifth Floor’. Along with her Union Min­is­ter Babul Supriyo, Gen V K Singh, ac­tor Man­jot Singh and many other well-known per­son­al­i­ties were present at the book launch. Kapish Mehra,MD of Rupa Pub­li­ca­tion ap­pre­ci­ated the book . Shan­tanu Roy mod­er­ated the good dis­cus­sion dur­ing the event. The grand event took place at Ho­tel Taj Palace. Writ­ten by Raisha Lal­wani ‘The Di­ary on the Fifth Floor’ is a 25 year old ad­ven­ture story of a 25 year old lady. As the novel’s story pro­gresses, it has been told about the char­ac­ters in the same way. It is a story based on a true in­ci­dent. Well, Raisa Lal­wani is a mother, story teller, a day home­maker, and an au­thor at night. Raised as for­mer Delhi Univer­sity stu­dent she mas­ters in In­ter­na­tional Busi­ness. Writ­ing came as an in­ter­est­ing twist in her life. The story of Raisha’s writ­ing had be­gun since her child­hood, when she un­der­stood the bi­og­ra­phy of peo­ple in big cities as a role.

Raisha have a huge fan fol­low­ing, her mul­ti­task­ing skills are quite com­mend­able. While liv­ing in Dubai, many peo­ple get in­spi­ra­tion from the way she ful­fils a mother’s duty, the role of the house­wife, and the role of the busi­ness­man as well as the writer’s duty.

In the book ti­tled ‘The Di­ary on the Fifth Floor’, not only show­cases that how a girl and her fam­ily fight with prob­lems in life. It also shows how we are liv­ing in this so­ci­ety, and we all are do­ing the same kind of ex­pe­ri­ence. Har­i­ha­ran, Smita Parikh, Ash­win Sanghi, Mu­sic Direc­tor Salim Mer­chant, Pankaj Dubey praised Raisha Lal­wani for her work.

Smita Parikh, Himanshu Lal­wani, Man­jot Singh, Ashok Lal­wani, Shan­tanu Roy, Babul Supriyo, Gen V K Singh, Raisha Lal­wani and Sonam Kapoor

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