A Wasted Death

A Wasted Death✮ A Wasted Death Books ✰ Author J. Rajmohan Pillai – Heartforum.co.uk The rise of business baron Rajan Pillai was remarkable enough, but the fall was like no other, and resulted in his death at the hands of an unfeeling system In this book, Rajan Pillai’s younger brot The rise of business baron Rajan Pillai was remarkable enough, but the fall was like no other, and resulted in his death at the hands of an unfeeling system In this book, Rajan Pillai’s younger brother and protégé J Rajmohan Pillai, writing with journalist K Govindan Kutty, recounts the life and career of his brother The book is also a scathing comment on life in the jet lane, where beneath the glitter is a shadowy world of predators and victims, godmen and fixers, cynical politicians and friends who when the time comes can turn to bitterest foes • A Wasted Epub / Intimate portrayal of a largerthanlife figure by his brother • Gripping story of a tycoon’s fall from grace.

Is a well known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the A Wasted Death book, this is one of the most wanted J Rajmohan Pillai author readers around the world.

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  • Unknown Binding
  • 224 pages
  • A Wasted Death
  • J. Rajmohan Pillai
  • 22 June 2019
  • 9780141006017

10 thoughts on “A Wasted Death

  1. Amey Nadkarni says:

    Real stories involving high profile characters, their spiraling lives and then the meteoric fall are bound to be interesting. For if fiction with the same ingredients can make thrillers than there is no playground like 'reality' to get a taste of.

    Thus, A Wasted Death seems engaging considering it is the true story of one such high flier- Rajan Pillai- who began his journey in a small town of Kollam in Kerala. His dreams were ambitious, his zest for them was feisty and his pace was ferocious. Thus he was soon jet setting around the world, setting up businesses all over and leading a high life until the curtains came down in a rather cruel manner.

    This man- Rajan Pillai- which the book claims to be an extremely generous person with rich tastes and mega vision died in a dingy cell in India's Tihar Jail at the age of 47. The book highlights Rajan Pillai's journey from being hailed as a Biscuit King to being shunned as a Fugitive Tycoon.

    Now, the book is written by Rajmohan Pillai and it is evident that its purpose is to put across the Pillai's side of the story before the world. More than anything, the book is written by a younger brother (Rajmohan) for his elder brother and guide (Rajan) who died due to the negligence of the Government authorities.

    The book presents Mr. Rajan Pillai as an extremely generous and innocent man who got booked for 29 charges of fraud by the Singaporean Government, who then escaped to India to avoid arrest and was abandoned by all his friends at high places for no apparent reason and who then died of liver cirrhosis in prison due to the negligence of the authorities.

    To conclude, i must emphasize that the truth and the whole truth shall never see the light of the day when people at such high places are involved in a tragic saga. Each side will have their truth and that too shall never be complete. As such, had a complete outsider written this book, i may have been in a position to recommend it.

    As of now the only thing that i can vouch for from the book is that had the medical facilities and accountability of the authorities NOT been so pathetic as it was in Tihar, may be Rajan Pillai's life- 'at least' could have been saved but about his crimes... the whole truth has gone away with him.


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