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Retaking A Tour Down Memory Lane With ‘The Guide’ — An Excerpt

‘The Guide’, written by R K Narayan in 1958, celebrates the myriad mysteries and bizarre charms of India, as seen through the experiences of a small-town tour guide, Raju from Malgudi.

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‘Our Moon Has Blood Clots’ and ‘Karachi, You’re Killing Me’: Now To Be Adapted Into Major Motion Pictures

Pak bestseller gets a desi adaptation By Ankur Pathak The makers of the upcoming Akshay Kumar-Nimrat Kaur starrer Airlift have bought the film rights to bestselling novel Karachi, You’re Killing Me, written by Pakistani journalist Saba Imtiaz. Planned as India’s answer to the much acclaimed Hollywood film, Bridget Jones’s Diary, the makers will put the […]

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