“Rightfully Wrong Wrongfully Right” by Varsha Dixit is a nice read. It is full of moments of laughters, surprises and twists & turns which keeps the reader amused.
The character Viraj is very uniquely plotted. He is introvert most of the times involved in his work yet another time can be seen passionately into sex.
Story @ “Rightfully Wrong Wrongfully Right”
Viraj is a crazy scientist who is bored with his life- as nothing new was happening in his life!
Until Gayatri steps into his life to get him hook with Sana.The story gets very interesting from here. It gets studded with many light moments.
Gayatri is a brave girl. She is funny yet witty. Will Gayatri be able to get Sana fall in love with Viraj?
Will the story have a happy ending?
Or Gayatri will mess up all the things?
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Best moments @ “Rightfully Wrong Wrongfully Right” by Varsha Dixit
▪ “Everyone has more downs than ups. All it takes is one big successful “up” and all the “downs” are ancient History”.
▪ “This is how you fight, a kiss on the cheek?”
▪ “Why fight small battles & lose big wars?”
▪ “Thank you! I could not have done this without you all”.
Eh! Filmfare award speech!, Nandini teased.
▪ She could make money off cutting ribbons.
▪ “If yiu are trying to open the door telepathically, let me be the first to tell you it is not working!”
▪ “This paperweight is a reminder of my past. A reminder of why I have to succeed”.
Life lessons @ “Rightfully Wrong Wrongfully Right” by Varsha Dixit
▪ Entrepreneurship is always not about ideas many times it’s about the innate skills you have. Remember, the cupcakes?
▪Trust people but always allow for an “element of doubt”. Viraj kept few more CCTV cameras & that made his life easier but who knew it will? But the point is it does.
▪Everything can be re-built. Believe in time. It can make enemies friend & friends foe.
And the best esp. for women as Viraj said, “whoever provides for you, decides for you.” i.e. take financial independence seriously!
I rate the book as 4/5.
With Great Love,
Er. Amit Yadav