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Two absolutely lucky idiots who then come back to India, and become huge stars with help of Yusuf Khan, who is already a romantic icon in Bollywood. The narrative moves forward with eventually Karl finding love of his life in Sophia and then his true final destination, i. He even gets an opportunity as the Pyjama Party nominee. The novel is a very subtle sarcastic take on lives of Indian boys as they grow up, Bollywood stars, filmmakers and politics.
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Broacha provides all those looking for a brief escape from the established order a chance to embark on a chaotic rollercoaster ride mocking this order and its rationalized irrationality. Or to put it in simple words, if you are bored with intelligent conversations and intellectual discourses then you must grab this book as soon as possible.
It is a short read which one must just enjoy with a tub of ice cream in hand and begin with a mind without rigidity and love for the normal around. Further, those narrations are infused with the most bizarre and almost childlike elucidations like Karl has this talent of filling his nostril with three fingers at once a. It is said that a genius knows how to contextualize his mad ideas and Broacha must be credited as a genius who has attempted a form of narration which many young Indian writers today would not even dare to attempt.
It is important that Indian writers explore more genres to give readers something different while they are browsing, something which appears to be unique but still indigenous to our society and culture.