The House that BJ Built by Anuja Chauhan

India’s premier comic writer is back with a bang. And this time with a sequel for her giggle-inducing book, Those Pricey Thakur Girls. And have we not missed them? The gorgeous and 51OFHJ-4O0L._SY344_BO1,204,203,200_flirtatious Anjini, the miser Binodini, Chandrakanta, who decided to elope with a foreigner on the eve of her wedding and then was decidedly cut off from the family, Eshwari, the Oh-so-popular girl in Modern Public school and the protagonist of the book. Debjani, the quiet one.

So, the first book revolved around Debjani and Dylan Singh Sekhawat’s love story, also termed as the Indian reboot of Pride and Prejudice. But seems like its time to get over it and follow the lead of Bonita Singh Rajawat, the smashing new lead of Chauhan’s new book, The House that BJ Built.

The daughter of the late Binodini Thakur, Bonu is against the idea of selling the house that BJ built. As her mother once said, “I’ll make my sisters squirm like well-salted earthworms. I won’t sell. Even my jutti won’t sell. And if I die na, then even my gosht won’t sell!’ Yeah, I guess that makes it pretty clear that Binodini was against the idea of selling the house. The problem arises when the other Thakur sisters decide to sell the house and ask Anjini’s handsome step-son, Samar, a Bollywood hot-shot to convince Bonu to sell the house. But Bonu is no soft-spoken, easily exploited personality. What happens when two personalities collide and what happens when love is in the air?

The House that B J built is a tell-all and another humorous classic from the lady of the hour, Anuja Chauhan. Fans have been waiting for this sequel eagerly for the past 2 years but the wait is over. The book released last week and has been getting rave reviews. So, what are you waiting for?

Pratiksha Acharya

About Pratiksha Acharya

Pratiksha is tolerating her progress into adulthood with great difficulty. A bookworm to the core, she loves reading and debating. When her head is not stuck in a book, she likes to cook, dance and shop. For her, reading is more than a hobby. P.S.- She hates losing out on arguments.


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