The actress wore Dolce & Gabbanna for the launch at Delhi's Hotel Samrat earlier this week.
"As an insider, the book is of immense interest to me, and is very informative about our entertainment industry. I have personally enjoyed reading it and recommend it to everyone interested in cinema, especially Bollywood," said Kapoor.
The book charts Vetticad's journey as she attempts to review every Hindi film released in Delhi over a period of 12 months.
"In this book, you will meet the talented actor who trained Ranbir Kapoor for his role as a deaf-mute person in Barfi, but whose own debut feature flopped because of inadequate marketing," said a statement.
"You will also meet a businessman from Mozambique who made his Bollywood debut after years of trying, a wealthy Indian industrialist laying the foundation for the acting career he is determined to have, and a former superstar lost in his own world."
Speaking at the event, journalist Vetticad said: "Today's launch reflects everything that my book stands for - a serious discussion on cinema at a glitzy venue with a glamorous star mirrors the blend of glamour and gravitas that you will find in the all-encompassing view of contemporary Bollywood that I believe I'm giving you in The Adventures of an Intrepid Film Critic."
With a foreword by Ranbir Kapoor, The Adventures of an Intrepid Film Critic is available now through Om Books international.