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Kubbra’s memoir is a remeniscence of Kubbra’s conflicts, struggles and engagment with her universe. The twelve to fifteen chapters are envisioned as vignettes of her life, each ending with an inspirational quote as well as an important takeaway for the reader. With each chapter, this simple girl from Bengaluru turned Bollywood diva, will talk about coming into her own in a big bad world. Despite her ordinary small town upbringing Kubbra is an extraordinary woman, who learnt to deal with the world the hard way. The bullying she faced in school early on, for instance, honed her ability to deal with nepotism in an industry known to favor its own, often at the cost of talented ‘outsiders’. Being raised by a single parent, she learned to put up a brave front before the world and with time march to the beat of her own inner drum. From being the unattractive teen in braces to winning the Miss Personality awards at the Miss India Worldwide Beauty Pageant to successfully portraying a transgender on television, Kubbra has made choices that were as unconventional as they were rewarding. Her memoir, like her life, promises to be a soul searching journey of startling revelations and heart-warming fortitude.
Kubbra Sait is an actor, influencer, host, and emcee. Born and bred in Bengaluru, Kubbra moved to Dubai to pursue a corporate career, but gave it up to chase her dream of making it big in the entertainment industry. Shifting base to Mumbai, Kubbra began her career as an anchor, enthralling audiences in more than 30 countries as the host in events that include Hello Awards, Zee Cine Awards, Filmfare 2016, The IAA Crown Awards and The ICICI Conclave.
She got her first break in Salman Khan starrer Ready and she went on to act in such blockuster films as Sultan and more recently Gully Boy and Jawaani Janeman. However, it was with her portrayal of the transgender Kuckoo, on Netflix’s Marquee show Sacred Games that she came into her own as an actor, earning rave reviews and becoming a household name. This role also won her the Dadasaheb Phalke Award for Digital Sensation of the Year. She has also won the ITA Best Actress in a Negative Role in a webseries Award for RejctX, as well as India’s Best Emcee Female at the Live Quotient Awards. Kubbra has also been part of numerous commercials.
This book is Kubbra’s maiden venture into the literary world and she hopes to lend it the same raw honesty and enthusiasm that has marked all her ventures thus far.