â€˜[Kavita Daswaniâ€™s] culture-clash dilemmas ring heartbreakingly trueâ€™â€”Entertainment Weekly Anil Raichand was once the kind of man you might see in the pages of your favourite society magazineâ€”the handsome high-flying industrialist with the rich father, the Ferrari, the clubs, the cigars and the secret peccadilloes. At twenty-six he was societyâ€™s most sought-after bachelor. Educated, charismatic and heir to his fatherâ€™s wealth, Anil decided he needed two things: to become a business tycoon in his own right by any means and the perfect wife to help him get there. But, nearly fifty, Anil looks back at a devastated business empire, a pulverized marriage, an estranged daughter and embittered parents. He pushed himself to amass fabulous wealth but found everything crumbling around him. And now he is compelled to confront the cost of his success even as he desperately holds on to the memory of a woman he once turned his back on. Unfolding over four decadesâ€”from Anilâ€™s boyhood in Singapore, his foray into the Bombay marriage market, falling in love with the wrong woman in Hong Kong, to his meteoric rise and fall in Dubaiâ€”Kingpin is a dazzling, high-octane story that will entertain and enlighten you.
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