I have authored two books Move On Bunny! and Dubey Ji Bounces Back. These books were published in 2012 and 2014 respectively. I am currently working on my third book “Like Skills for Young Indians” which will be published very soon.
Move On Bunny!
Bunny Kapoor is a confident young man with a point to prove. Never a topper in his student days, he is determined to succeed in the real world.
Unfortunately for Bunny, he lands up in sticky situations along the way. Luckily, he also has the happy knack of wriggling out of each one. Bunny manages to smile when the chips are down, to score when it counts and to escape when necessary.
For one reason or the other, he does not stick to any one job, or to any one city. Most of his relationships are short-lived too. The moment Bunny feels that he’s on top of his game, that he’s annexed the desired territory and that he’s won all the accolades, he loses interest in the conquest at hand.
The challenge ends for him the moment he has it in his pocket. He chucks away previous trophies without flinching. Newer vistas beckon. He moves on. Ever on!
Bunny wins many hearts during his amazing journey and vanquishes several opponents. Does he, at last, rest on his laurels and settle down, or does he still crave for more? Bunny Kapoor is his own man, and no one can tell…
Meek and morose is what Raghav Dubey has been all his life but when Sarla Koppikar wallops him on his head and almost kills him, Dubey ji decides to undergo a complete makeover. He shaves off his moustache, sheds his reticence in female company and even learns to play the guitar!
His career graph now rockets skywards with his new found zest and energy enabling him to work wonders at Mumbai’s Bonny Bank. The beauteous Avni Singh bowls him over and he is left utterly lovestruck. Even the very charming Paulomi Bose fails to distract him. Dubey ji’s bete noire is found dead and our hero is in deep trouble. Will he be able to bounce back again?