Arya Khanna's Bollywood Moment

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Wednesday Books
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5.38 X 8.25 X 1.0 inches | 1.0 pounds

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About the Author

ARUSHI AVACHAT is a writer from the Bay Area, California. She currently studies English and Political Science at UCLA, where she can be found sipping caramel lattes and pretending to be productive at Kerckhoff Coffee House. She is a contributor to the Young Adult anthology Study Break. Arushi loves dark chocolate, Bollywood dramas, and Jane Austen novels.


"A tender coming-of-age story that navigates fraught friendships, first loves and the thorny love of family. Avachat is a fresh and sparkling voice, and sure to be a star on the rise." - Roshani Chokshi, New York Times bestselling author of The Gilded Wolves

"Avachat's debut is an endearing slice of life story that explores how relationships evolve as we come of age: with our friends, our families, and maybe even our rivals. Bubbly and endlessly charming, Arya Khanna's Bollywood Moment is a cozy contemporary to warm the soul." - Jesmeen Kaur Deo, author of TJ Powar Has Something to Prove

"Lovable and snarky Arya is the perfectly imperfect character to follow through the highs and lows of sisterhood, friendship, and romance. Avachat's endearing slice of life contemporary nails the energy of a classic teen coming of age story while still feeling delightfully fresh." -Racquel Marie, author of Ophelia After All

"Arushi Avachat's debut is a sparkling love story for anyone who's ever had to juggle real life responsibilities and relationships while enduring an epic family wedding. A joy to read." - award-winning author Nisha Sharma

"An emotional and heartfelt debut, ARYA KHANNA sparkles with a complex family, the sweetest romance, and laugh-out-loud moments of fun. A wonderful new voice in the contemporary sphere!" -- Aamna Qureshi, award-winning author of The Lady or the Lion

"Part family drama, part good old high school antics, Avachat's debut affectionately portrays the conflict and love in Arya Khanna's Punjabi-American family coming to a head during the hubbub of planning her older sister's wedding, all while she tries to figure out if her competitive relationship with the student body president could be something more. A sweet, culturally rich story about first love, forgiveness, and realizing people aren't always what they seem." -- Lillie Vale, author of Beauty and the Besharam, The Decoy Girlfriend, and The Shaadi Set-Up