Racy, sassy, sexy and not for the faint hearted , the savage Kocchars are a force to reckon with. These South Delhi folks burn and fire. Wars are fought in Prada and Sabyasachi, words are swords and used to maim and kill.
Their Instagram worthy lives are all glitter and gloss. They are messed up, happy to be rich enough to afford their own drugs. Coke and alcohol give them solace and parties are an escape. Money is never an issue , the rich brats have what they want, even before knowing they want it.
Though the book can be confusing at times, Rohan Dahiya’s insights into these sparkling worlds of Swarovski crystals that can shatter anytime, is on point.
Brought up in the presence or absence of fucked up parents, the Kochhar kids are each a different level of fucked-up-ness.
Filthy rich with mildly good intentions, the Kochhars are a cowardly lot who practice escapism like professionals.
Comedy, confusion and entertainment a galore, The Bitter Pill Social Club is filled with quirky characters and messed grown ups.
Embroiled in the mess of their lives, and thrown together because of a wedding, can the Kochhar brood manage not to murder each other?
My Rating – 3.5/5
Publisher – Bloomsbury India
Author – Rohan Dahiya
Pages – 314
ISBN – 978-93-87457-66-9
Link to buy the book – https://www.amazon.in/dp/9387457664/ref=cm_sw_r_wa_apa_i_fKA.AbTHTW19Z