By Vinod Mehta
An expert within the media circles, Vinod Mehta, journalist and Editor of Outlook journal, provides his lifestyles via a candid and scandalous account in his autobiography, Lucknow Boy: A Memoir.
The booklet includes numerous attention-grabbing bills, ranging from incidents in his more youthful days to his interactions with celebrities from varied spheres like company, politics, the leisure and the media. It has numerous attention-grabbing anecdotes and crisp be aware sketches of celebrities like Shobha De, Sonia Gandhi and Salman Rushdie.
The tale begins within the urban of Lucknow, the place Mehta grew up together with his kin, who have been refugees from Pakistan. The e-book offers an engaging account of his time in Britain, whilst Mehta’s journalistic pursuits have been fueled through English newspapers just like the New Statesman, The mum or dad and The day-by-day Telegraph.
It then charts his go back to Bombay, and his stint because the editor of Debonair, an Indian model of Playboy. Mehta additionally explains his early efforts in setting up The Sunday Observer and Outlook, whereas slowly changing into the most influential personalities in journalistic circles.
Thanks to his many years of expertise within the journalistic box, his autobiography holds a treasure chest of attention-grabbing cases that upload spice to the booklet. He additionally stocks his necessary insights and adventure, supplying information for aspiring editors and journalists.