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Ayanangal : Novel

By Edasseri, Harikumar

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Title: Ayanangal : Novel  
Author: Edasseri, Harikumar
Language: Malayalam
Subject: Fiction, Drama and Literature, Romance
Collections: Romance, Authors Community, Astronomy, Psychology, Recreation, Technology, Literature, Most Popular Books in China, Science, Favorites in India
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Publisher: Self-published
Member Page: Harikumar Edasseri


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Mumbai in the early 1970. Juhu-Vile Parle Scheme was the nerve center of film activities, since people related to cinema - producers, actors and actresses, other artists and technicians lived here. Walking in the morning through the streets of Juhu, you will come across light boys holding reflectors, actors and actresses in the act of shooting a take, camera, generator van, director sitting on a chair under a garden umbrella...... People greet each other with the words ‘where’s shooting today?’ That was the time when technology had not invaded the film industry, and the film makers still paid heed to the artistic values. I was living in Juhu, and it is in this atmosphere that I had come across the characters of this novel.

Novel of a pretty girl who wanted to be a great film star in Bombay. Her uncle is an accountant and is leading a quiet life. Her aspirations take her to a film personality Sunil Malhotra, who helps her enter the film industry. He introduces her to a great director Nitin Chainani, and everything looks pretty fine until fate decides a tougher path for her.

The leading lady Sunanda glanced once again through the photos strewn on the table. The figure of the new girl is indeed remarkable, and the snaps in bikini were excellent. Her young body is better than mine, Sunanda thought. My bosom is heavier and firmer, but the other parts of the body have grown out of proportion. Yoga and other exercises didn’t help much to stall the onslaught of aging. This girl’s face is also cherubic, a trait leading lady should possess. Is director Chainani showing me a veiled threat, just to bargain on my price, or even telling in his own style, in too many words, that I will be marginalized? Merged in thought she didn’t realize that Chainani was standing just behind her, and she startled when he touched her shoulder. He asked. ‘Why did you startle?’ She only shook her shoulder. Her glass of dry martini was empty. ‘Shall I fix Scotch for you?’ Chainani asked.


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