3 #Cos­mochats with Amish

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Why did you de­cide to tell Shiva’s story? AT: “It be­gan as a pure philo­soph­i­cal the­sis that some­how emerged as an ad­ven­ture for me. I’m a vo­ra­cious reader and I’d never writ­ten fic­tion be­fore Im­mor­tals. You could say I’ve done about 30 years of re­search to write th­ese books.”

Can we ex­pect a movie adap­ta­tion soon? AT: “Yes! In fact Karan Jo­har has just ac­quired the In­dian lan­guage rights of the book and they’re work­ing on the script as we speak.”

The one book that changed your life... AT: “I used to read a lot of Ayn Rand when I was in col­lege and that had a big im­pact on me back then. But as I’ve grown older, I find her philoso­phies a lit­tle ruth­less.” We caught up with the au­thor of the grossly suc­cess­ful Shiva Tril­ogy, Amish Tri­pathi while he was in Delhi, re­cently.

Did you ever imag­ine your books would be this suc­cess­ful? Amish Tri­pathi: “I didn’t even im­age my books would get pub­lished! I’m way out of my league in that sense.”


2012 She chose a dar­ing Pra­bal

Gu­rung num­ber for The Hunger Games


She was drown­ing in

this silk gown at the Venice Film Fes­ti­val but

peo­ple no­ticed her.

2013 She worked this Dior Haute Cou­ture num­ber at the Golden Globes, and picked up an award too!

2011 She had made her mark at the Os­cars in this clas­sic Calvin Klein gown. She re­ceived her first nom­i­na­tion for Win­ter’s Bone that


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