The book, which will feature contributions from Vidya Balan, Sonakshi Sinha and Neha Dhupia, is the brainchild of Poorva Joshipura, head of animal rights organisation People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) India and vice president of PETA Foundation UK.
"It will be perfect for everyone - veteran vegans, curious newcomers and those who just want to try the occasional meatless meal - as well as both kitchen novices and culinary wizards," Joshipura told IANS.
"The recipes will allow readers to enjoy vegan versions of old-time Indian regional favourites and to explore dishes that they might never have heard of before. The book will reveal how easy it is to turn traditionally meat or dairy-laden Indian dishes - and those from faraway lands - into more enjoyable and far healthier vegan delicacies," she added.
Other Indian actors who will provide recipes for the book include Sonu Sood, Raveena Tandon, Amrita Rao, Celina Jaitley and Jacqueline Fernandez.
Joshipura has signed with Jacaranda Press for the book, which she believes will help readers understand how a vegan diet can assist celebrities to stay in excellent shape.
"Learning what celebrities eat can reveal the secrets behind their shiny hair, slim figures, toned bodies and smooth, healthy skin. Every chapter of the book will offer celebrity tips, quotations and facts about the benefits of vegan eating," explained Joshipura.
"Best of all, it will be fun - full of colourful pictures of celebrities' favourite dishes, with cinematic terms used throughout the text of the book to liven up the pages."
The Bolly Holly Vegan Cookbook is expected to be launched in 2013.