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Blurb-

When the superstar diva of the past decade doesn’t want to play the hero’s mother on screen, she insists that she be reshaped into the most beautiful woman in the world…by any means. This is just one of the many odd situations which plastic surgeon Dr. Dhruv faces in Mumbai. He has dealt with tyrannical bosses and finicky patients while undergoing his training, during which he has also won over a stunning doctor as his life partner. But satisfying the movie stars is a different ball game, because every girl wishes to have bee-stung lips, and every guy wants to flaunt a six-pack abdomen without working too hard. And all this while, he has to resist losing his balance over his ravishing female clients. Dr. Dhruv’s journey surpasses even a masala movie for humour, drama and action. In debunking many a myth about cosmetic surgeries, the book will enthrall those who can do Anything to Look Hot.

Review-

Anything to Look Hot tells you the real life experiences of the writer of his plastic surgeon profession. I found the concept of the book something new and out of the line yet it did not come out of the usual recipe of a book. The book explores the true sense of plastic surgery and the upcoming trend of it in Indian glamour/celebrity life. The book might change your idea about plastic surgery. It also gives it’s take on Indian mentality and society about physical beuty.  It indeed justifies its title well.

I expected more of the confession side rather than his story, it took me nearly half the book to get what i was really expecting from the book. The writing style is plain and simple. it is straight forward in what it has to convey.

I will rate this book 3/5 🙂 and suggest readers to try ths for a change.

About the Author

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When Dr. Jas Kohli started training in plastic surgery twenty years back, he hadn’t imagined that one day he would be exposing the secretive world of plastic surgeons and their clients. Apart from his interest in writing, he also enjoys astronomy, music and bird-watching. Through his writings, he aims to foster a stronger doctor-patient bond.

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