Soha Ali Khan launches her memoirs

Not only has Soha Ali Khan begun a new chapter of her life–that of motherhood, she has also turned into an author of a book titled, The Perils of Being Moderately Famous.

The book chronicles her life from growing up as a princess in modern day India, to her days in college to beginning her career as a management consultant and eventually becoming a film celebrity.

Well, just yesterday the actress shared an adorable pic of her reading the book to her daughter, Inaaya Naumi Kemmu, who was placed on her lap. And today 12 December, the entire Pataudi Clan comprising Sharmila Tagore, Kareena Kapoor Khan, Saif Ali Khan, Saba Ali Khan and of course Soha along with her husband, Kunal Kemmu were present at the launch of her book.

Everyone looked absolutely stunning with Saif and Kareena of course making a striking picture. Kareena looked gorgeous in a red coloured body con dress whereas Saif looked like a Nawab in a white churidar kurta and red sleeveless bandhgala jacket. Sharmila Tagore looked graceful in a light blue silk sari.

Both Soha and Kunal kept it casual for the evening. The book launch had every member of the family say a few words about Soha and the book. Apparently, there’s a chapter in the book that’s based on Saif and Kareena. We got our hands on a video from the book launch that has Kareena speak about Soha. She said, “If there is one person I am in awe of in this family, I think it’s Soha Ali Khan. Whenever I am out on a dinner with Saif and Soha, I am like I am never going to understand this conversation.

If Kunal Kemmu can’t, there’s no way that I can.” Furthermore, she added, “Soha has always been so polite and if there’s anyone in the family that we turn to when amma (Sharmila Tagore) is all worked up, then it’s just one person who can control the situation and it’s Soha.”

Take a look at the video below and a few pics from the book launch held today:


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