Shane Warne, who died on March 4, 2022, was one of the greatest cricketers and cricket commentators to have come out of Australia. We bring you a list of six books to read to learn more about who he was and the life he led.
Book Review | Administrator Ratnakar Shetty traces Indian cricket's highs and lows in On Board: My Years with the BCCI
Young Indian fans ready to deride the ‘bullying’ and financial clout of today’s BCCI would do well to read the account of where India has come from to emerge as a global cricketing financial powerhouse today.
Book review: In Putting the Rabbit in the Hat, Brian Cox channels the acerbic voice that got him popular on Succession
Brian Cox, who plays Logan Roy on Succession, admits to having made poor choices, and rather refreshingly does not restrain the smell of regret from escaping the pages.
Book review | Remo Fernandes bares it all, from confessions on adultery to being blamed for death of fellow band members
There are some things Remo Fernandes is embarrassed about but he wants to acknowledge in his memoir they did happen. The sexual repression that resulted from his Catholic upbringing is a big theme in this book.
'His charm remained infectious': Read Ranbir Kapoor's moving foreword for father Rishi Kapoor's 2017 autobiography
In 2017's 'Khullam Khulla: Rishi Kapoor Uncensored' (published by HarperCollins India), Ranbir Kapoor wrote a moving foreword that encapsulated his father's personal and professional legacy.
Novelising a part of his life, Jeet Thayil's 'Low' is a darkly humorous take on coping with grief and loss
Through Low, Jeet Thayil takes us on a darkly comic, irreverent journey of processing grief and loss. Told in the third person, the book attempts to articulate the impossibility of processing grief in any certain manner or form.
Pedro Almodóvar’s Oscar-nominated Pain and Glory looks a lot like autobiography, but then, so does Bad Education
Pedro Almodovar denies Pain and Glory is an accurate account of his life. If not a personal autobiography, it is perhaps a professional kind.
Anupam Kher on showing a judge's dilemma in One Day, and why his autobiography is celebration of his failures
“People treat 35 years like, okay, now it’s time to retire. But no! This is just the interval for me,” says Anupam Kher, ahead of his autobiography launch.
Publishers Penguin Random House said the book will be a no-holds-barred saga in which Anupam Kher will share anecdotes and rare nuggets from his life
Close To The Bone is a poignantly crafted memoir by Lisa Ray that goes beyond her battle against cancer, and traces her Polish-Indian roots, and her forays in the worlds of modelling and cinema
Sanjay Khan's autobiography titled The Best Mistakes Of My Life has the actor-author at his candid best with a bare-all look at his journey in Bollywood and outside of it
Sanjay Dutt's autobiography to release in 2019, will reveal stories that actor 'never had a chance to tell before'
Sanjay Dutt's autobiography is billed as "perhaps the biggest, most dramatic and honest star memoir to emerge out of Bollywood"
Sourav Ganguly’s book 'A Century is Not Enough' likely to be adopted into a biopic by Ekta Kapoor's Alt Balaji
Alt Balaji, a subscription-based video on demand platform under Ekta Kapoor’s Balaji Telefilms Limited, is in talks with Sourav Ganguly to make a biopic on his book.
Sanjay Khan's autobiography, in collaboration with Penguin Random House, will give an extensive sneak peek into his personal life, career and relationships.
Indian captain Mithali Raj says she's 'thrilled and 'excited' as autobiography set to hit the stands in 2018
Indian skipper Mithali Raj's autobiography is expected to provide a candid and revealing look into her personal and sporting life.
Maria Sharapova reflects on lopsided rivalry with Serena Williams in new autobiography 'Unstoppable'
Maria Sharapova muses on her long, lopsided rivalry with Serena Williams in a new autobiography and how she believes a locker room moment fueled the American's drive to dominate her.
In an exclusive interview with Firstpost. Suchitra Krishnamoorthy discusses her autobiographical play Drama Queen and how she blurs out all kinds of noises around her.
Nawazuddin Siddiqui's autobiography will chronicle his early days as a farmer's son, phase as a theatre artist and struggling days in the Hindi film industry.