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Twinkle Khanna is ready with her third book and it is all about ‘pyjama girls’

The new book, titled 'Pyjamas are Forgiving', will be Twinkle Khanna's third after 'Mrs Funnybones' and 'The Legend of Laxmi Prasad', both of which had created a buzz for their quirky narrations.

By: Lifestyle Desk | New Delhi |
Updated: July 25, 2018 10:20:12 am
Twinkle Khanna, Twinkle Khanna books, Twinkle Khanna new book, Pyjamas Are Forgiving Twinkle Khanna unveiled the title of her third book on social media. (Source: Twinkle Khanna/Instagram)

Twinkle Khanna is known for her wit and playing with words like a champ. Filmmaker Karan Johar, who is popular for his eloquence, is also scared of her banter and candid confessions on camera. Recently, the boss lady revealed the title of her latest book on social media and left her fans intrigued.

The 43-year-old columnist shared on Instagram: “I am a nervous wreck right now but here it is finally- a sneak peek at my new book- Pyjamas Are Forgiving.” She also used the hashtag “#ThePyjamaGirl”.

The new book will be Khanna’s third after Mrs Funnybones and The Legend of Laxmi Prasad, both of which created quite a buzz among bibliophiles. The book has been published by Juggernaut Books.

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Check out the cover here.

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Soon after she posted the picture, people started asking questions. “Your books have kept me through many long flights…looking forward to this one!” commented one. Meanwhile another one wrote, “100% sure that this is also going to be a runaway hit just like your earlier one’s,” and “Can’t wait. Hope its funny and meaningful like the rest of your books.”

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