Anu Aggarwal’s autobiography ‘Anusual’ to hit stands in August


Yesteryear actress Anu Aggarwal who shot to fame with her debut film ‘Ashiqui’ has penned her autobiography that will hit stands in August. The book titled ‘Anusual- Memoir of a Girl who Came Back from the Dead’ is a tell-all tale about the once sexy siren of Bollywood who has now taken to spiritualism and Yoga.

The bold actress of the 90s who usually stays away from media glare shared the news on Facebook. “Finally guys, Hooray! A ‘Never-say-die-story’. Bigger than a Bollywood blockbuster, my unpredictable life, will be out in stores next month. Go grab a copy of ‘Anusual.’”

Anu said a “lot of astonishing, bizarre and traumatic incidents” have happened in her life that she had to share the story through her book which she called “Wilder than a Bollywood blockbuster.”

One of the best finds of filmmaker Mahesh Bhatt, the actress attained fame very quickly after debut film in 1990 was a blockbuster. She was a sensation and shot for many luxury magazines. Her hot and bold avatar set her apart from her contemporaries. But she had a very short career span, from 1990 to 96, during which she appeared in a few Bollywood films and a couple of regional films.

In 1999, she met with a near fatal accident which sent her into a coma for almost a month and she also suffered memory loss for some time. The incident changed the course of her life and career and she bid adieu to Bollywood.

‘Anusual’ is about the life of the actress before and after her near-death experience. In an interview long ago, she had told a chapter in the book ‘Excessive fame and the mother f****r’ throws light to some worst things that happened to her and about stalkers, and stardom.