"I am writing this based on my experiences in the past six months, and there are so many people out there feeling traumatised and suicidal," said the actress, three months after the telecast of the controversial tapes portrayed her with godman Nithyananda in a compromising position.
Ranjita revealed this in an exclusive interview and added that her book will help people to come to terms with personal problems.
The actress who had her husband, siblings, parents and in-laws to back her said that she is also writing a fiction aimed at the youth of today though the self-help book will come first. She confessed that she has been a bookworm always, moving from fiction to philosophy.
"I am especially fond of Indian spiritual writing,' says the actress whose room-shelves are lined with the books by renowned spiritual gurus which include 'Autobiography of A Yogi' of Paramahamsa Yogananda.