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Moby apologises to actress Natalie Portman after claiming they 'dated' when she was 20
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Moby apologises to actress Natalie Portman after claiming they 'dated' when she was 20

Moby wrote in his memoir Then It Fell Apart that Natalie Portman had flirted with him after a concert when she was 20 and he, 33

Lisa Ray to publish memoir in 2019, will chronicle journey from cancer to motherhood
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Lisa Ray to publish memoir in 2019, will chronicle journey from cancer to motherhood

Lisa Ray recently announced the birth of her twin daughters - Sufi and Soleil - via surrogacy

Priyanka Chopra to release memoir Unfinished in 2019: It will be honest, funny, bold and rebellious
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Priyanka Chopra to release memoir Unfinished in 2019: It will be honest, funny, bold and rebellious

Actor, producer and UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador Priyanka Chopra will write her memoir, Unfinished, next year, published by Random Penguin House India.

Jackie Chan to launch candid memoir on life and career in November 2018 titled Never Grow Up
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Jackie Chan to launch candid memoir on life and career in November 2018 titled Never Grow Up

Jackie Chan will give an account of everything from his youth with the China Drama Academy to his "numerous" near-death experiences on and off camera.

Gayathri Prabhu's If I Had To Tell It Again narrates a story of extraordinary suffering and love
Life

Gayathri Prabhu's If I Had To Tell It Again narrates a story of extraordinary suffering and love

Gayathri Prabhu's memoir 'If I Had To Tell It Again' draws a stunning portrait of a relationship between a girl and her father, written after his passing

Ashley Judd to pen memoir on sexual assault faced at the hands of Harvey Weinstein and others
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Ashley Judd to pen memoir on sexual assault faced at the hands of Harvey Weinstein and others

Ashley Judd to pen memoir about the sexual assault she has suffered at Harvey Weinstein and others' hands, since the time she was in the 2nd grade

Nawazuddin Siddiqui's ex Sunita Rajwar sues him for defaming her in An Ordinary Life: A Memoir
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Nawazuddin Siddiqui's ex Sunita Rajwar sues him for defaming her in An Ordinary Life: A Memoir

Nawazuddin Siddiqui has also been criticised by another ex girlfriend Niharika Singh for defaming her in his memoir An Extraordinary Life.

Nawazuddin Siddiqui's memoir An Ordinary Life can't tell the difference between opinion and reality
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Nawazuddin Siddiqui's memoir An Ordinary Life can't tell the difference between opinion and reality

One could also argue that it was too soon in the day for Nawazuddin Siddiqui to pen his memoir.

How to Travel Light review: Shreevatsa Nevatia’s memoir is an informed take on bipolar disorder
Life

How to Travel Light review: Shreevatsa Nevatia’s memoir is an informed take on bipolar disorder

Shreevatsa Nevatia's debut novel How to Travel Light is a memoir of being bipolar, of travelling a route suffused with mania, cannabis, caffeine, and nicotine.

Suchitra Krishnamoorthy on liberation through theatre, freedom from trolls this Independence Day
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Suchitra Krishnamoorthy on liberation through theatre, freedom from trolls this Independence Day

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.

A wedding and two funerals: How Sri Lanka and its people won me over for life
Life

A wedding and two funerals: How Sri Lanka and its people won me over for life

In this delightful personal essay, novelist Chimmi Tenduf-La writes about life in Sri Lanka, amid the delightful and blunt (or is it delightfully blunt?) Sri Lankans

The unbearable weight of the words: 'You can do it if you try'
Life

The unbearable weight of the words: 'You can do it if you try'

How many times have heard that utterly idiotic phrase — “If you try hard enough, you can do it”?

Soha Ali Khan joins bandwagon of celeb writers with memoir, Perils of Being Moderately Famous
Bollywood

Soha Ali Khan joins bandwagon of celeb writers with memoir, Perils of Being Moderately Famous

Soha Ali Khan is now turning her creative talent to another direction, as she turns writer with a debut book that will be out in 2017. Titled The Perils of Being Moderately Famous, the book will be a collection of humorous, and sometimes bizarre, stories on her life as a royal (her official title is Nawabzadi Soha Ali Khan of Pataudi and Bhopal) and a ‘moderately famous’ celebrity, as she likes to call herself.

Confessions of a first timer: Agony and ecstasy of being a panelist at the Jaipur Literature Festival
Life

Confessions of a first timer: Agony and ecstasy of being a panelist at the Jaipur Literature Festival

Writer Rosalyn D'Mello offers a firsthand account of being a panelist at the Jaipur Literature Festival 2017, and the moments that made this 10th edition worthwhile

Teesta Setalvad's memoir shows us how violence has marred and vitiated the country she grew up in
India

Teesta Setalvad's memoir shows us how violence has marred and vitiated the country she grew up in

However, the strength of Setalvad’s memoir lies in her skill of pointing out small but crucial details of the massacre which were apparently overlooked by the Special Investigation Team probing the Gujarat violence

Pop star Prince set to write memoir titled 'The Beautiful Ones'
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Pop star Prince set to write memoir titled 'The Beautiful Ones'

Musician Prince is writing a memoir titled 'The Beautiful Ones' which is set to release in 2017

Book Review: Mark Lee's 'Knocking at the Open Door' is a heartfelt, absorbing memoir of his years with J Krishnamurti
Life

Book Review: Mark Lee's 'Knocking at the Open Door' is a heartfelt, absorbing memoir of his years with J Krishnamurti

This is a book that grapples with the ideals J Krishnamurti speaks of, but grapples no less sincerely with the realities of his and their shortcomings.

Book review: 'Crossing Over From Mental Illness to Mental Wellness' is a brave memoir that will open minds
Life

Book review: 'Crossing Over From Mental Illness to Mental Wellness' is a brave memoir that will open minds

Throughout the book, Crossing Over From Mental Illness to Mental Wellness, it is Mehta’s “up” moments that underline just how frightening the “downs” are.

Inability to prevent Babri razing was Narasimha Rao's biggest failure: Pranab Mukherjee
Politics

Inability to prevent Babri razing was Narasimha Rao's biggest failure: Pranab Mukherjee

President Pranab Mukherjee has said that it was the inability of PV Narasimha Rao to prevent demolition of the Babri Masjid which was his biggest failure.

Barbra Streisand's long-awaited memoir will release in 2017
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Barbra Streisand's long-awaited memoir will release in 2017

Barbra Streisand's memoir is the entertainment story that has been on the top of every publisher's wish list for years