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Mar 25, 2019
Three Classic Films by Gulzar: New book serves as an initiation into filmmaker's universe, and his cinematic journeyThe recently released Three Classic Films by Gulzar (HarperCollins, 2019) manages to pick up three films — Aandhi, Angoor, and Ijaazat — which on their own might not be at the very top of any ‘best of Gulzar’ lists, but stand out as great singular examples of the legendary artist’s oeuvre and also encapsulate Gulzar’s cinema, in more ways than one.
Jan 26, 2019
Jayant Kaikini's No Presents Please wins DSC Prize for South Asian Literature 2018Jayant Kaikini's No Presents Please is vivid yet full of contradictions, spirited yet lonely, embattled yet big-hearted — the city of Mumbai, the award presenters said.
Dec 15, 2018
Left from the Nameless Shop: Read an excerpt from Adithi Rao's collection set in small-town KarnatakaAdithi Rao's collection of stories is set in the fictional town of Rudrapura, where there is a strong sense of community and life is simple
Sep 28, 2018
Gulzar's life, unpublished poems presented in latest edition of daughter Meghna's Because He IsWhile the world knows a lot about the legendary poet-lyricist Gulzar, his daughter Meghna Gulzar's book 'Because He Is' presents him and his life in a never-seen-before way
Sep 23, 2018
Paradise Towers: An excerpt from Shweta Bachchan-Nanda's slice-of-life debut novelWelcome to Paradise Towers, an apartment building in central Mumbai, where everyone has a story to tell — or maybe, hide. It is also the setting of Shweta Bachchan-Nanda’s debut work of fiction — a slice-of-life tale that explores the intertwined lives in this building.
Jul 01, 2018
Eleventh Hour: S Husain Zaidi's new thriller weaves a tangled web with politicians, cops and terroristsEleventh Hour begins nine years the 26/11 terror attacks in Mumbai
May 08, 2018
Travails with the Alien traces how Satyajit Ray wrote the sci-fi script that 'inspired' Spielberg's ETIt is alleged that both ET and Close Encounters of the Third Kind borrowed concepts from Satyajit Ray's script for his film The Alien, which was ultimately shelved
Aug 23, 2017
Raghuram Rajan's commentary and speeches as RBI chief to be published as book, I Do What I DoI Do What I Do book is published by HarperCollins India and will be launched in Chennai on 5 Sep, followed by launches in Delhi and Mumbai on 7 and 8 Sept, respectively
Aug 15, 2017
Remnants of a Separation: Revisiting Partition through objects migrants carried across the borderAanchal Malhotra's new book, Remnants of a Separation (published by HarperCollins India) is a unique attempt to revisit the Partition through such objects carried across the border
Jun 08, 2017
Agatha Christie classics to be revived in special facsimile edition formatAs part of its 25th anniversary celebrations, HarperCollins India is coming up with 25 of the best Agatha Christie titles in a facsimile edition format.