The Bioscope Man



When I first entered the JU campus, I heard about a guy called Indi who had quite a cult following. I never saw him or for that matter, even if I did, couldn't remember him. Then came all those music reviews that shaped my cd shelf and I am still grateful to Indrajit Hazra for my early love for music. The Burnt Forehead of Max Saul was a bit of a letdown, although I liked its tone...The Garden of Earthly Delights followed and I still think this undiscovered gem didn't get its due worth although it may have been a tad overwrought...I still follow his editorial writings and expect a really good novel from him. This one is surely promising...I would have loved to work more on the sepia cover although it was not chosen...

3 comments:

alekhyamukherjee said...

that's awsome...

Paramita said...

Dear Pinakida,
After a long gap indeed.....but i couldnt resist myself....Thanks ....for designing... THE BIOSCOPE MAN........i really felt proud that years ago we shared so many 'adda's in JU campus......stay in touch...my contact no is the same.......9830041883...m now with a Mumbai-based Film Production House as their Creative Head....talked to Mr.Hazra....we r planning for a film on this novel...u can write to me at paroblue@yahoo.com.......
Re-connection is always nice......
Paramita

Paramita said...

Sotti valo kaj korcho....arekbar bollam...