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  • Hardcover
  • 215
  • Stars from Another Sky The Bombay Film World of the 1940s
  • Saadat Hasan Manto
  • English
  • 13 March 2020
  • 9780140275964

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Stars from Another Sky The Bombay Film World of the 1940s

REVIEW Stars from Another Sky The Bombay Film World of the 1940s REVIEW Ã Stars from Another Sky The Bombay Film World of the 1940s Vi from an ordinary housewife into a pawn in the hands of film companies He writes with relish about the bunglings of the comedian VH Desai and the incredible dedication of Nawab Kaashmiri to the art of acting There are also stories about the rise of Nur Jehan as the greatest singer of her times; and the various peccadilloes of the musician Rafi Ghaznavi With subjects ranging from film journalism to the sexual eccentricities of these stars Manto brings to life a generation with his characteristic verve and hones. Manto does it again This book is a collection of sketches about some famous personalities of Indian film industry of 1940s mainly Manto was an active personality himself in the film industry and used to write stories for films Having developed close relationships with people along the way He explored the bright and dark world of films The scandals fame and everything else that went on in the backdrop of the glamour It s indeed a brilliant book and tells you a lot about the events that happened Manto s close friendships with Shyam Ashok Kumar His observations of Sitara Nur Jehan Nargis and other famous personalities I have a certain bias when it comes to Manto I end up loving everything But I enjoyed these sketches in particular as person who wants to explore the past Loved the sketches And I must add that Khalid Hasan s translations are simply perfect They capture the feel brilliantly Heroism Begins with Her Inspiring Stories of Bold Brave and Gutsy Women in the US Military life a generation with his characteristic verve and hones. Manto does it again This book is a collection of sketches about some famous personalities of Indian film industry of 1940s mainly Manto was an active personality himself in the film industry and used to write stories for films Having developed close relationships with people along the way He explored the bright and dark world of films The scandals fame and everything else that went on in the backdrop of the glamour It s indeed a brilliant book and tells you a Buried Mountain Secrets lot about the events that happened Manto s close friendships with Shyam Ashok Kumar His observations of Sitara Nur Jehan Nargis and other famous personalities I have a certain bias when it comes to Manto I end up Buried Mountain Secrets loving everything But I enjoyed these sketches in particular as person who wants to explore the past Loved the sketches And I must add that Khalid Hasan s translations are simply perfect They capture the feel brilliantly

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REVIEW Stars from Another Sky The Bombay Film World of the 1940s REVIEW Ã Stars from Another Sky The Bombay Film World of the 1940s Unforgettable reminiscences about the eccentric glamorous yet angst ridden Hindi film world of the 1940s Saadat Hasan Manto one of the greatest short story writers of the Urdu language was also a film journalist and story writer for the Hindi film industry in Bombay As an insider he was privy to the most private moments of the men and women who have dazzled generations of audiences In this series of sketches Ashok Kumar the screen idol of yore emerges as a shy yet brilliant actor forever looking to flee the eage. Absolutely heartbreakingly love this book It introduced me to Manto I simply could worship this book Bollywood stuffs nobody knows then this book is there you knowThis book talks about 13 personalities who were related to filmbollywood of the 1940s how they were in the eyes of the author the struggles success failures what they were behind the scenes their personal relationships that were kept as secrets what tactics they adopted most importantly how each of them had a uniue personality of their own Manto has been held as a controversial personality all his life Rightly so He is open unapologetic original fearless The book starts with a 8 paged introduction by Jerry Pinto a National Award Winner for the Best Book on Cinema describing the author Manto how he was as a person how he struggled his vision on Hindi cinema the different personalities he chose to write about in this book his role in creating Bollywood his real life issues Then comes the 9 paged Translator s Note by Khalid Hassan describing in details about the book Manto s journey of living at different places during his entire career his struggles in between when he had no job his relationships his movies with excerpts from Manto s own writingsBollywood personalities mentioned1 Ashok Kumar The Evergreen Hero2 VH Desai God s Clown3 Rafi Ghaznavi The Ladies Man4 Shyam Krishna s Flute5 Kuldip Kaur Too Hot To Handle6 Nargis Narcissus of the Undying Bloom7 Sitara The Dancing Tigress from Nepal8 Nawab Kashmiri An Actor s Actor9 Neena The Inscrutable Housewife10 Baburao Patel The Soft hearted Iconoclast11 Paro Devi The Girl from Meerut12 Nur Jahan One in a Million13 Naseem The Fairy ueenOverall the way Manto describes each personality is uniue different with a strong subtle sense of portrayal of each own I got overwhelmed with each line Some personalities like Sitara VH Desai were mesmerizingThe great thing about the description of each of these characters is that it has been presented in a very raw form but also very sophisticated in Manto s own ways

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REVIEW Stars from Another Sky The Bombay Film World of the 1940s REVIEW Ã Stars from Another Sky The Bombay Film World of the 1940s R advances of his female fans; Nargis comes across as just another young girl looking for companionship among her peers before she steps on the ladder that will forever take her away from the comforts of an ordinary middle class life; and Shyam the dashing handsome hero is portrayed as a straightforward flirtatious young man pining for the woman he loves Manto also describes in detail the obsessions of Sitara Devi; the unfulfilled desires of Paro Devi; and the intriguing twists and turns which transform Neena De. A uirky anecdotal view of the Hindi film industry from a time when even my grandparents were kids Like the back cover states most of the glittering stars from that galaxy are unknown to us today with the exception of Ashok Kumar Nur Jehan Nargis and KL Saigal I remember when I was growing up and there were these really old movies on Doordarshan I used to often wonder as to how some of these people became such big stars so far removed were they from my generation s notion of heroes heroines movies and starsIn fact Saigal with his nasal voice singing Jab dil hi toot gaya wasis one of the most parodied stars of that age among school kids if they at all knew himBut with age comes maturity and while I may still not see in them the same appeal as I would in the later year actors and those of my generation I can understand their allure in a country that was still under the boot of foreigners still striving for freedom And these stars and their movies I guess provided some measure of escape to the masses Not uite unlike todayThe book however is a collection of anecdotes about those stars told by someone who was a part of the coterie And while I do not doubt that the stories are factual they are also uite subjective You see Manto s own personality revealing itself as he tries to tell you how Ashok Kumar the superstar really uite shy when it came to women or how Nargis was just an ordinary girl not uite the beauty an assessment I agree with looking for friends And while he tells us about these stars who have endured the test of time he also talks of those not so famous now Naseem the fairy face whose daughter Saira Banu turned out to be a bigger star or Rafi Ghazni the casanova music directorThe stories are about people and uite like how we ordinary people perceive the stars to be incestuous fickle egoistic But sometimes they surprise us with their vulnerabilities their desires their follies and their failings which make them like us than the distant starsManto s writing style is whimsical meandering moody but true to the age and people he was writing about and hence suits the material to a TI am now looking forward to reading some of his other work If you are looking for something different I suggest you give this collection a try High Risk Affair Silhouette Intimate Moments looking for companionship among her peers before she steps on the Monophobia 1 ladder that will forever take her away from the comforts of an ordinary middle class The Passionate Lover life; and Shyam the dashing handsome hero is portrayed as a straightforward flirtatious young man pining for the woman he Nouns Verbs loves Manto also describes in detail the obsessions of Sitara Devi; the unfulfilled desires of Paro Devi; and the intriguing twists and turns which transform Neena De. 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