Geetanjali Shree’s ‘Tomb of Sand’ Is The First Hindi Novel To Win The Booker Prize
Six books—penned in Korean, Norwegian, Japanese, Spanish, Hindi and Polish—were shortlisted earlier, from which ‘Tomb of Sand’ won
Meet ‘Sabrina,’ The First Ever Graphic Novel Long-Listed In Man Booker Prize’s History
If Nick Drnaso’s novel wins, it would be the biggest feat for the graphic format since Art Spiegelman’s ‘Maus’
MW Men Of The Year 2021: Adarsh Gourav Is A Talent To Watch Out For
The White Tiger cemented this actor’s cachet as a breakout…
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From fiction to memoirs, our literary diet looked quite substantial…
‘A Suitable Boy’ To ‘Serious Men’: 2020 Is The Year Of Book-To-Screen Adaptations
From Vikram Seth’s A Suitable Boy to Manu Joseph’s Serious…
Vishal Bharadwaj Announced As Showrunner For Netflix’s ‘Midnight’s Children’ Adaptation
The Indian filmmaker will be adding another name to his long list of literary adaptations
10 Indian Writers You Should Read Instead Of Chetan Bhagat
It is Chetan Bhagat’s birthday, and we are sure that even if we don’t wish him, the rich man is going to be happy.
The Khans at 50: How the Triumvirate Conquered Time and Convention
Why a country made mostly of young people is still enamoured by the triumvirate of Shahrukh Khan, Aamir Khan and Salman Khan, each of whom is well past their sell-by date, going by Bollywood’s century old history.