Khullam Khulla: Rishi Kapoor Uncensored, another glamorous and much talked about biography hits the stands this year. And to start with an honest confession - it was next to impossible not to notice this book - a biography of this yesteryear superstar & father of this generation's heartthrob.
I am Prithvi Raj Kapur's
Much has been said and written about love, the most profound of emotions known to God’s creations. I believe French Novelist and Memoirist, George Sand, wrote it best - "There is only one happiness in life, to love and be loved".
While love may provide an all-encompassing feeling, its quest
Can love really be so powerful? I am sitting with this book in one hand and this diary in other. I don't know what phase of life I am in. There is a bit of past that always hurts me, there is a bit of foresight into future that fills
Myth-busting suddenly seems to be the in-thing in nonfiction. We had Shashi Tharoor recently busting the myth of how the British helped build the idea of a nation called India (You can read more here). Then we have William Dalrymple & Anita Anand’s Kohinoor: The Story of the World’s Most