‘Bestseller’ is a moral lecture, and it wants to instill this belief into your system—that there’s no ‘absolute’ truth

Young Adult (YA) writer Tahir Wazir’s debut novel turns out to be a career suicide-ish move.

However, salvation comes in the form of his second attempt, which becomes a raging success: an unflattering ode to Sant Kabir’s ‘Raand Saand Seedi Sanyasi’.

But, in a world filled with mystics and mysteries, how ‘saintly’ is the protagonist? And, why are morbid hashtags attached to his name?

‘Bestseller’ really tries to replicate the success of its source material,

‘The BestSeller She Wrote’ by Ravi Subramanian, but it has miles to go before that milestone is achieved.