|About the Book|
Love, Life & A Beer Can should all be served chilled is a debut book by Prashant Sharma about a boy, Raj Malhotra who shares a common name from Yash Raj films. As is the name, he is also a complete movie buff, which in turn also arouses the actorMoreLove, Life & A Beer Can should all be served chilled is a debut book by Prashant Sharma about a boy, Raj Malhotra who shares a common name from Yash Raj films. As is the name, he is also a complete movie buff, which in turn also arouses the actor in him, leading him to the mecca of Indian film industry, Mumbai. And that’s the beginning of a roller coaster ride which ultimately will transpire into a murder. To read the entire mystery behind it, you will have to leaf through the entire story. The book captures a mélange of hopes, dreams and aspirations with a more humane touch and tries to make light of the negatives in our lives. It’s about understanding the real you and to understand different situations in life so that you can take any challenges happily. The main character sketch starts with a vivid decryption of the boy studying in school and the way our modern day lives constantly pressurizes us to just keep on competing and be on the top forgetting all else, just to live our stereotypical dreams, with an all encompassing system of examination always haunting us, whether during school days, engineering colleges or the top-notch MBA institution.In the process, it just subdues the cricketer or the actor in you, which if was nurtured could have gone on to become more successful than what you are already now. The incidents described are very realistic and relatable of our today’s lives. Of how, our society is still finding it hard to make a balance between the traditional and the modern. On one hand our parents and society who would still force on the age old system of arranged marriages with a girl you don’t know or love and on the other hand again how the short-sightedness of adopting western culture in a hurry of everything being achieved instantly can make youngsters blind to the obliviousAbout the authorPrashant Sharma works in strategy and marketing for a multinational bank. He passed out of IIM Lucknow in 2009 and Delhi College of Engineering in 2007. He is the author of 3 books - Love, Life & A Beer Can (a national bestseller), If I Pretend I am Sorry!- an underworld story and It Wasnt Love at First- an out and out love story.Writing started during the second year of MBA at IIM Lucknow. It was just something he wanted to do. MBA teaches that on some level to follow heart, while on some other level, it teaches how to be a part of the rat race.