Synopses & Reviews
With meticulous career planning and a couple of dirty martinis, there is very little that New York City investment banker Vina Chopra can't do. And now that she's decided to get serious about finding her mate, there is very little that Vina won't try even if it means letting her parents get involved. After all, what does she have to lose? Her longest-term relationship thus far has been with the ulcer she ultimately named Fred (unless you count the ex-boyfriend who won't go away).
Amid a series of dates with "the nice Indian doctor" and an office scandal that could permanently end her career, Vina starts to question everything sh's been working for. Who has she been trying to please all these years? Is this the life that she really wants? Can she finally learn to put aside her family's expectations long enough and become the girl most likely to find a happiness all her own?
Vina is a 27-year-old Indian-American investment banker in New York City. When her parents arrange a series of blind dates with eligible Indian doctors, Vina eventually learns to stop hiding behind her life's schedule and start living a life where she is being true to herself. Original.
Vina Chopra, a New York City investment banker, is successful in business, but not in love, and, vowing to find a boyfriend before the next big family wedding, lets her parents set her up on a series of blind dates that lead her on an eye-opening journey of self-discovery. Original.