Name – The Wedding Photographer
Author – Sakshama Puri Dhariwal
Publication – Penguin India
Pages – 219
Type – Kindle
Rating – 5/5
Reading – Quick Read
Wedding photography has seen a drastic change over the past few years. From the standard poses in the past to drones & high-quality video shoots, its a new biz now.
Rashi while returning from US post shooting a wedding gets upgraded to the biz class thanks to the annoying kid sitting next to her. While she is busy with her work, Arjun is developing a crush on her, from the adjacent seat. After some conversations, Rashi realises she is travelling along The Arjun Khanna – leading builder & one of the most eligible bachelors in Delhi & is also falling for him.Into the conversation Rashi realises that she is hired to shoot Arjun’s sister wedding next week.
Rashi a full time journalist & part-time wedding photographer is looking forward to seeing Arjun again. Arjun on the other hand is apprehensive about hiring Rashi as she is working with the press & will release information/pictures of the wedding. This doubt of his is put to rest by his sister, would be brother-in-law & friend – a famous Indian cricketer who along with his wife are best friends with Rashi, who also happens to click their wedding. After being reassured by everyone Arjun is keen on spending extra time knowing Rashi.
While the wedding ceremonies are on Arjun faces a major setback at work & if not resolved would result in a major lose. Trying to balance all aspects, Arjun attend the ceremonies & starts falling in love with Rashi who reciprocates too. You are then made a part of all the madness in a wedding while being introduced to every family member.
Thanks to his fathers advice, Arjun is able to resolve the problem at work & by now is in head-over-heals in love with Rashi. All hell breaks loose when the wedding pictures are plastered all over Page 3 in the publication that Rashi works for. Arjun is furious & holds Rashi responsible for the leak.
Is Rashi the mole? did she leak the pictures for extra bucks??
The book is available only on kindle & is an absolute quick read. The writing is smooth & keeps you hooked. My personal fav is Daadi – love the way he character is sketched.
Recommend It – Yes