Saturday, 22 June 2019

Review - The Belated Bachelor Party by Ravinder Singh

Title: The Belated Bachelor Party

Author: Ravinder Singh

Publisher:  HarperCollins India

Pages: 292

Blurb: It's been twelve years since Happy, MP, Raamji and Ravin graduated. Well into their married lives, they realize that none of them had a bachelor party before their weddings. But it's never too late to set things right. They go about planning their belated bachelor party - a Euro trip which, well, ends up becoming the trip of their lifetime. Picture this: It's the middle of the night. The four friends wait to be strip-searched by the border police. They are stuck in the no-man's land between Croatia and Slovenia, without valid visas, but with banned party drugs and a rifle cartridge ... Welcome to one hell of a reunion! Bestselling author Ravinder Singh returns with his friends in a hilarious, moving story of friendship and adventure.

The Belated Bachelor Party by Ravinder Singh

Story of four friends Ravinder, Amardeep, Manpreet, Harprit.

10 Years back when they met on their first reunion they talked about their marriage, and now after getting married everyone realised that non of them had the fun of the bachelor party, and planned for the reunion in Europe and named it as 'Belated Bachelor Party'.

I laughed like an idiot while reading this book and enjoyed reading this book, there are many moments presents in this book which too funny. 

The moment where Ravinder and Amardeep visited the Czech Republic Embasy situated in Delhi and how they lied to the lady officer to get their visa easily and early, and the reason they describe to the officer to get their visa was too funny they, and they used the same reason to get on the flight when their flight got cancelled, and how they had sweet fight to travel in business class and they tossed the coin to decide.

There are many more funny moments present in this book after they met in Prague, and how They are stuck in the no-man's land between Croatia and Slovenia, without valid visas, but with banned party drugs and a rifle cartridges.

This book gives you the best example of friendship, and friends are very important in life, and you can't live without abusing those lovely friends πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚.
P.s. I can't digest my food without abusing my friends πŸ˜… πŸ˜‚. .

Thank you, HarperCollins India for the review copy.


Cover: 4.5/5
Blurb: 4.5/5
Plot: 4.5/5
Overall: 4.5/5

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About the Author: 
Ravinder Singh
Ravinder Singh is the bestselling author of six novels and two crowd-sourced anthologies. His books have sold over 3.5 million copies to date. After having spent most of his life in Burla, a very small town in western Odisha, Ravinder is currently based in New Delhi. He has an MBA from the Indian School of Business. His eight-year-long IT career started with Infosys and ended in Microsoft, where he worked as a senior programme manager before deciding to pursue writing full-time. Ravinder has also founded and runs a publishing venture called Black Ink (, where he publishes and mentors debut authors. Beyond his love for words, Ravinder is also fitness freak. You can reach out to him on his Instagram handle @ThisIsRavinder or write to him at

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