Open Book By Kubbra Sait – Book Review

I rarely pick up and read books written by celebrities from India. Because you read so much about them in the media.That you feel you know them.

But, the open book was something that I was inclined toward because it’s written by an entertainer who became an overnight success post the release of India’s First global series Sacred Games and played a challenging character for her first performance. Yes! Cuckoo! From Sacred Games has written a book.

It’s about the obstacles she faced growing up as an individual, introvert and a girl who was mostly a misfit until she found herself.

Kubbra Sait is completely unfiltered and honest in this open Book.

The Book has twenty-odd chapters each describing a phase of her growing years.

Thank You! For handing over a signed copy of the open book

Sharing here the book in brief chapter wise.

Chapter 1: A brief introduction to Kubbra Sait.

Chapter 2: The Change in her Personality The self-doubt one goes through during the schooling years

Chapter 3: Being open and comfortable With who you are as an individual by speaking about your inner feeling without being hesitant and shy about being honest about visiting a therapist

Chapter 4: I Don’t have daddy issue.

This is about her relationship with her father. And how she has learnt to let go.

Chapter 5: I called him my Uncle.

A chapter where she shares one of her darkest secrets. Sexual abuse by her uncle when she was in her late teens and why she kept quiet until she thought to escape…

Chapter 6:living Many lives in a lifetime.

Changing colleges, Jobs and accident-prone Sait! Microsoft, RJ and Emcee

Chapter 7: Paid To Talk

An interesting way of positioning herself as an emcee #PaidtoTalk

Chapter 8: It’s cool to not look the same.

The opportunities and making the most of everything that was coming her way!

Chapter 9: Love Actually

Relationships & Breakups and challenges that she fell in love with.

Chapter 10: I have dated Many Many Nice Men

And shares some encounters with men who became lifelong friends.

Chapter 11: City Of Dreams.

Was I even “ready” for it?

Landing the gig of her first Bollywood film and too as an actor in a Salman Khan movie Ready playing the role of a Maid.

And sharing anecdotes of her experience.

Chapter 12: In With the In-Crowd

Conversations and being part of a group and slowly finding an identity

Chapter 13: This is Hard Business

Chances and the game changer

Chapter 14: You gave us Gold

First day on the sets of Scared Games and how Cuckoo was born.

Chapter 15: When Exactly have you truly arrived?

A chapter on the success of Scared Games and how things can shift suddenly in your life.

Chapter 16: Dear Mem, Are you Youself Male, Female or Both?

The Trolling behind Cuckoo!

Chapter 17: Sibling Rivalry

A fun chapter on the relationship between Danish and her brother who is in the same profession.

Chapter 18: Cat Person

How the relationship between her Cat & her we and the celebrations of one of her Cat’s Birthday.

Chapter 19: Not Ready to be Mother Yet!

A chapter on her Diving experience and how and when he realised she was pregnant but not ready.

Chapter 20: Heaven & Hell

A chapter on her mother’s past that set Kubra’s future.

Chapter 21:I Was born to play Phara

The international debut for Apple TV series the Foundation was based on a science fiction novel by writer Isaac Asimov.

Chapter 22: Faith Takes You that Extra Mile

An experience in search of and finding oneself.

Chapter 23: searching for a Rainbow inside my Heart

The pandemic and how things weren’t the same as earlier.

Chapter 24: Why Write a Book?

Share a journey and revisit how far you have come.

Published by nandakhil

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