Pratibha Tiku Sharma launched her debut fiction book ‘Cchote Sheher Kee Badee Kahaaniyaan’ in the city at Wynkk –The lounge. Isha Sharmaa who plays a pivotal role in Jamai Raja broadcasted on Zee TV also was present at the event. Unveiling the book she said “I have always loved Pratibhas work and I feel honored to unveil this book”
Cchote Sheher Kee Badee Kahaaniyaan is a story book, comprising interesting elements of Allahabad. She beautifully illustrates characters’ synonym to the ones she spent her childhood with in her hometown. This book is a Hindi read and comes handy with a book cd- Audio book.
Pratibha Tiku Sharma says, “This book is extremely close to me as I grew up in Allahabad and this was my give back to my home town especially few people who were extremely close to me. The audio cd that comes handy with the book has been added to entertain our listeners as well. They can listen to the book and enjoy the narrative.
She further adds, “This is my first editorial venture for my company Pratibhaansh. Pratibhaansh is a creative unit where we are currently working on various interesting elements like web series, ads, songs etc. Our web series, ‘Inhi Lamhom Se Guzar Ke’ was launched sometime back, it aesthetically takes you through various social causes that are prevalent in the society and how there are individuals working tirelessly towards it. We need people to wake up to the same and know what all is happening which we conveniently shut our eyes to.”
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