Author - Anish Trivedi
Publisher - Penguin Books India
Edition - 2010
Binding - Paperback
Language -
Pages - 280
Condition - Used
About the Book : - Gautam is awkward and shy; Dan oozes confidence. Dan deftly juggles his coffee and cookies; Gautam drops drinks. Gautam is afraid to talk to girls; Dan finds himself in bed with girls he's only just met . . . Gautam Joshi is thirty years old, with a job in a call centre that his parents think is just one step up from unemployment and in a relationship that his girlfriend Michelle thinks is going nowhere. But Gautam loves his world. He makes more money than his father, and women actually want to go out with him: Blonde bombshells, friends of friends, strangers in bars, all seem attracted to Gautam. Well, not quite. That only happens when they call him Dan. Anish Trivedi's Call Me Dan is a hilarious look at the new India, where arranged marriages and one-night stands are all part of a young man's search for love. Even true love. About the Author : - Anish Trivedi is a former investment banker who gave up Wall Street to host radio, anchor television and run a media company. He is the writer of two plays, Still Single and One Small Day, and a regular contributor to magazines that include GQ and Elle. His acting credits include the stage, Hollywood and Bollywood. He lives in Mumbai, but writes all over the world. This is his first novel.