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Mar 14, 2018
Lahore Literary Festival 2018 shrugs off controversy, stereotypes; revels in new ideas, cultural exchangeThis edition of the Lahore Literary Festival featured discussions on world politics, fiction versus non-fiction and identity | #FirstCulture
Jan 30, 2018
Neil Gaiman, Zadie Smith, Ian McKellen, Yuval Harari confirmed for Jaipur Literature Festival 2019Apart from Neil Gaiman, some of the other names confirmed for next year's Jaipur Literature Festival are Mohsin Hamid, Tilda Swinton and Hari Kunzru | #FirstCulture
Aug 12, 2017
Man Booker Prize 2017 long-list reading guide: Reviewing Mohsin Hamid's Exit WestThrough Exit West, Mohsin Hamid brings to the narrative of refugees and migration a touch of magic realism, the immediacy of spare prose and a convex view of conflict
Feb 22, 2016
'We're opening avenues for critical thought': Pakistan's literary festivals tell a tale of cultural revivalPakistan's literary scene is seeing a spirited revival, with packed festivals attracting tens of thousands in a rock concert-like atmosphere that defies security threats in a growing cultural renaissance.
Jul 05, 2013
Chetan Bhagat should write letters on behalf of more peopleBefore dissing Chetan Bhagat and raising eyebrows at how he could possibly write a letter as an Indian Muslim Youth, people should realise that the literary device of writing in the voice of someone who isn’t you has been employed has only been used by bravest and most talented of writers.
May 20, 2013
Mira Nair's 'The Reluctant Fundamentalist' comes ten years too lateCan 9/11 work as a metaphor for cataclysmic change? Not unless you accept it has created more ambiguity than certainty . Perhaps that's why The Reluctant Fundamentalist feels dated as a film.
May 17, 2013
Movie Review: 'The Reluctant Fundamentalist' leaves you dissatisfiedIf you forget the politics and just look at the film, The Reluctant Fundamentalist doesn’t fare much better. It’s a thriller that lacks tension and suspense.
Apr 11, 2013
Indian and entitled: Our gimme, gimme, gimme cultureEntitlement itself has become an aspiration for ever growing numbers, the ultimate gated complex we want to live in. It is the Number 1 reason one wants to get filthy rich (or even middle class) in rising India.
Dec 03, 2012
'The Reluctant Fundamentalist' to release in India in AprilMira Nair's The Reluctant Fundamentalist is set to hit the Indian screens in April next year.
Dec 01, 2012
From book to big screen: Mohsin Hamid on The Reluctant Fundamentalist“The pitfall here is if the writer-director relationship is not good, then it can be very exasperating" says Hamid of the experience of having both his novels translated to the big screen.