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Celebrities who are writing books in 2019 – Times of India

Celebrities who are writing books in 2019 – Times of India

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They have excelled in their respective fields and they are popular because of their talent. Now these well-known celebrities plan to put into writing their memoirs, experiences and thoughts. Here is a list of some celebrities who are releasing books in 2019.
Actress and fitness enthusiast Mandira Bedi is all set to write a memoir titled ‘Happy for No Reason’, publisher Penguin Random House announced. In her debut book, Mandira will share her experiences of parenting, keeping fit, and balancing various aspects of her life. The memoir will be written in the style of a modern-day fitness lifestyle manual and it will be released in 2020, the publisher shared. Talking about her upcoming book, Mandira said in a statement, “With utmost gratitude, I look at my life having taken the most blessed and divine turns these last 25 years in entertainment. Each passing year, it has been getting and feeling better than the year gone by. I have lived life, going with the flow and that has brought me to the only goal I ever hoped to get to – being happy from within. ‘Happy for no Reason ‘is an attitude and an intent I put out, to wake up with every day of my life. Moreover, being invited by Penguin to author this book is a dream come true for me. But when you are in a place of true bliss you get to reach beyond what could be and what is!”
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Indian vocalist Shubha Mudgal is popularly known for her songs like ‘Ab Ke Saawan’ and ‘Ali More Angana’. Mudgal, who was felicitated the Padma Shri in the year 2000, is now all set to debut as an author in 2019. Mudgal’s upcoming book titled ‘Looking for Miss Sargam: Stories of Music and Misadventure’ is a collection of short stories which are set in the world of music. ‘She writes about sparring Sufi stars from India and Pakistan, brash young PR teams of recording companies, Ustads who trick and ruin naïve fellow artistes, and proud divas reduced to party entertainers by rich NRIs,’ reads a statement by the publisher Speaking Tiger.

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Veteran Bollywood actor Anupam Kher announced on June 22 that he is releasing his autobiography titled ‘Lessons Life Taught Me, Unknowingly: An Autobiography’ this year. Sharing the news about his upcoming book, Kher wrote on his social media profile, “I started writing my autobiography at the age of 10… Because I have lived my life so fully I developed an almost photographic memory of most events – re-calling at will reminiscences both big and small – encounters and events, visual and voices, sounds and smells. It is pure magic that my autobiography is now organically gaining a voice, shedding light on the people who have touched my life, holding a mirror to my existence – a pulsing chord that links the 10-year-old to the person I am today.” Kher has previously written ‘The Best Thing About You is You!’ (also available in Hindi). Anupam Kher’s autobiography ‘Lessons Life Taught Me, Unknowingly: An Autobiography’ will release in August 2019.
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Actor-director Pankaj Kapur is all set to turn an author with his popular play getting a literary adaptation in 2019. The publishing rights of Kapur’s debut novella Dopehri has been acquired by HarperCollins Publishers India and it will be released in three editions: Hindi (in Devanagari script), Hindi (in Urdu script) and in English translation. ‘Dopehri tells the story of Amma Bi, an elderly widow who lives alone in her deserted family haveli in Lucknow, and her relationship with Sabiha, a young woman she takes in as a lodger. Full of old-world charm, redolent with the fragrance of small-town India, and utterly authentic in its language, Dopehri is a book that will stay with readers for a long time,’ reads a statement by the publisher.
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Model, actress Lisa Ray turned a writer this year with her memoir ‘Close to the Bone’ which is published by HarperCollins India. In this candid memoir, Ray shares her inspiring story of becoming an Indian supermodel at the age of 16 to making her career as an actress in Bollywood and her brush with the prestigious Oscars; her equation with her parents; her eating disorders and how she battled them; her lovers and exes; battling cancer and surviving it and becoming a mother of two adorable kids through surrogacy. Read its TOI micro review here.
(Photo: Lisa Ray/ Facebook)
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