6 Books You Can Read From Khusbhoo Tawde’s Bookshelf

The Aamhi Doghi actress is an avid reader. If you are planning to pick up a book, here are some recommendations.

Books That You Should Be Reading From Khusbhoo Tawde's Bookshelf.

“So many books, so little time.” These were the wise words by Frank Zappa. Books pave a pathway to a magical world where dragons exist, but they also teach us those dragons can be slain. A world where good may or may not necessarily trump over evil, however it is the journey till the end that counts.After reading before you decide to pick up a book, you should know our favourite actress Khushboo Tawde from Aamhi Doghi on ZEE5 is an avid reader. Her love for books is well documented on Instagram.

Apart from being an avid reader, Khushboo Tawde is also an excellent actor. Watch her on Aamhi Doghi

Taking inspiration from her bookshelf, here are some fresh reads you could start with! 

1. Who Will Cry When You Die by Robin S Sharma

Who Will Cry When You Die by Robin S Sharma.
Who Will Cry When You Die by Robin S Sharma. (Source: Instagram)

This is a non-fiction self-help book that will motivate you through the thick and the thin. It teaches you to be grateful for the things we have in life.  The author rightly quotes, “Everyone who enters your life has a lesson to teach and a story to tell.” Touché!

2. The Perils Of Being Moderately Famous by Soha Ali Khan

The Perils Of Being Moderately Famous by Soha Ali Khan.
The Perils Of Being Moderately Famous by Soha Ali Khan. (Source: Instagram)

You have always seen Soha Ali Khan’s life from afar. But, have you ever been tad bit curious about it? If you are nodding your head, then waste no time and get reading this book right now! She will give you deets into what it’s really like to be Pataudi’s daughter!

3. Corporate Chanakya by Radhakrishna Pillai

Corporate Chanakya by Robin Sharma.
Corporate Chanakya by Robin Sharma. (Source: Instagram)

This book draws inspiration from Chanakya, an ancient guru from the fourth century. It teaches you leadership skills and pushes you towards having courage for building your own team.

4. The Subtle Art Of Not Giving A F*ck by Mark Manson

The Subtle Art Of Not Giving A F*** by Mark Manson.
The Subtle Art Of Not Giving A F*** by Mark Manson. (Source: Instagram)

This is a self-help guide that will help navigate from all the negatives in life and focus on the positives only. The book is especially relevant today. Due to the growing competition and social media pressure, we are suffering from mental health issues more than ever.

5. Pyjamas Are Forgiving by Twinkle Khanna

Pyjamas Are Forgiving by Twinkle Khanna.
Pyjamas Are Forgiving by Twinkle Khanna. (Source: Instagram)

This is a story about a 40-something Anshu, who goes to Kerala Ayurvedic Spa for a retreat. There she is shocked to see her ex-husband with a much younger wife, who is surprisingly unlike her. As hurtful as this is for Anshu, she goes on self-awakening journey on why their marriage failed and where they both fell out of love in the first place.

Twinkle Khanna’s Mrs. Funnybones is one of the bestsellers known for its comic timing and authenticity!

6. Pour your heart into it by Howard Schultz,  Dori Jones Yang

Pour your heart into it by Howard Schultz,  Dori Jones Yang.
Pour your heart into it by Howard Schultz,  Dori Jones Yang. (Source: Instagram)

If you have ever salivated and tasted Starbucks coffee, you might want to read this book. Written by CEO of this premium coffee chain who took the world by storm, the book throws limelight on how the domino effect started.

As we have shared with you all these recommendations, let us know in the comments below which one are you going to start reading first!

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