Roopa Ganguly’s Roopa Ganguly Biography has become an instant hit with the Indian masses. Roopa Ganguly is a prolific writer who till date has published scores of novels and short stories in English. Her first novel I Married a Junk Girl was published in 2021 and went ahead to win the Golden Globe for Best Novel in 2021. She has been nominated twice for the same award and has written the well-known novels Happy Cow, Bitter for nothing, I Drowned in the Sea, and I Know the Secrets.
Roopa Ganguly’s Roopa Ganguly Bra size 9 does not really surprise anyone, as she has been plus sized all her life. However, when one finds out that Roopa Ganguly has been a super slim woman throughout her life on account of her chronic back problems, this adds to the mystery and appeal of this novel. Roopa Ganguly has always maintained a happy face despite being a plus size woman. As far as her personal life is concerned, she has been married and divorced four times, had four children, and spent almost one year in jail awaiting the fourth divorce hearing.
Bra Size & Body Measurements
|Bra Size||36 B|
|Waist Size||29 Inches|
|Hips Size||39 nches|
|Shoe Size||8 (US)|
|Body Measurements||36-29-39 Inches|
In prison, Roopa Ganguly was able to meet and speak to other inmates through the bars. She describes how the other women tried to encourage her to try out for a place in a beauty school. This did not materialize as she was denied admission. However, she was allowed to join as an assistant to a chef who specialized in cooking for AIDS victims.
Roopa Ganguly was released after spending six months in jail. At the time of release, she managed to acquire enough money to open a bakeshop on Ratchaprasong Road. This was a heart-warming story which the author tells us through her words. It reveals how people can sometimes get so depressed that they begin to take their own lives. Roopa Ganguly has become a blessing to society after she was released. Through this biographer’s research, we are provided with yet another example of how even unfortunate victims can be transformed into something positive by overcoming all the odds.
I do have one minor complaint with the ending of the book. Roopa Ganguly repeatedly emphasizes that she has no regrets about her relationship with Ananda Coomaraswamy even though the latter ended their affair and separated from her. The way she ends the book, however, hints otherwise. What was meant to be a thank you note to the former model for sharing her views on fashion and society ends up being a justification for a characteristically cheeky ending?
I did not care for the character of Roopa Ganguly as much as I thought that her characterisation lacked substance. Perhaps this is due to her limited screen time, but this does not change the fact that she is a fascinating character. I am certain that we will see more of Roopa Ganguly in future biographies as people continue to read her stories. Her quotes in this book will go down as classics in Indian literature. I highly recommend this book to people who have an interest in Indian history and culture as well as people who like a lively read.