ARSHAD WARSI LAUNCHES MALTI BHOJWANIs BOOK -DON’T THINK OF A BLUE BALL
At a recent event held at Shiros, Leading LifeCoach and Author, Malti Bhojwani, launched her latest book, “DON’T THINK OF A BLUE BALL amidst great celebration and fanfare.
To launch this book. leading actor ARSHAD WARSI, made a special appearance away from his hectic schedule, especially to be the guest of honour. Arshad in his typical fashion spoke straight from the heart and called the book a realistic and positive offering by Malti. A book which has basic information which we all can use to better our lives. Don’t Think of a Blue Ball is as light or as deep as you want it to be, depending on how Plugged In you are while reading it. It aims to give you all you need to truly live the life you want and be joyful as you pursue your dreams and desires. Don’t Think of o Blue Ball will help you become aware of who you are being twenty-four hours a day and how to create a successful life by being a manifesting body that radiates joy and gratitude Commenting on the positivity in the room Arshad caused quite a cheering from the guests with his straight from the heart encouragement and quips.
The author Malti Bhojwani too gave an emotional speech and thanked all for their attendance to this hall mark event in the life on an author. Malti gave a special mention to Arshad for his commitment towards the launch as well as her editor, Ajay Mago who stood behind the project and believed in the book. Post this felicitation, over cocktails and hors d’oeuvres, the guests mingled and congratulated Malti on her success and wished her the best for her future offerings. Guests who attended the event to lend their support to Malti were Arshad Warsi along with wife Maria Goretti.
Ace fashion designer Neeta Lulla,
Rohit Roy looking extremely dapper in his effortless dressing, Anita Mulchandani, and after a very long time seen on the party circuit was the original party person, Kishen Mulchandani.
Also spotted was stylish television anchor Supreet. All in all, the pouring rainfall did not dampen the spirits of the guests who came by the numbers and partied away till the wee hours.