Q. I would like you to share something about yourself with our readers.
I was science student and same time I was interested in theatre, from my school time I participated drama activities, after college I joined some amateur theatre group, I encounter with some Chinese literature and it developed interest in Chinese culture and I started learn Chinese, then I got the chance to go china, there I went to most prestigious theatre school central academy of drama and did my post-graduation, I worked on one of the most famous Chinese dramatist Cao Yu . after that I participated in many Chinese tv and stage programme. Then went to Singapore and again started my theatre activities with Singaporeans, and finally I settled in japan and still doing theatre work, and writing short poems, stories and now novel.
Q. How did you come up with the idea of writing this genre?
My choices have always been love-stories. The real enemy of love is no more our conservative thinking. That’s what the origin of this story.
Q. Where did you find the inspiration to write this book?
Chinese dramatist Cao Yu plays inspired me to write about the situations of women in men dominated society. After Chinese revolution women situation in China changed but in India we are still slave of religious, casteism or racist people and these are the symbol of men dominated society.
Q. What exactly does your book convey?
We must be free ourselves from these people who are spreading hatred among society through their religious or casteism or racist thoughts.
Q. What all was going in your head while penning down this book?
Whenever I watch news about India I found atrocity of upper cast people, rape, murder of journalist, all these things were in my mind.
Q. How much time you used to commit to this book?
Q. Was there any moment you backed off from the idea of writing a book?
No, certainly no.
Q. How do you handle the criticism that comes towards your way?
Criticism is the part of the life, no need to afraid.
Q. How was your experience with Bluerose throughout the publishing of the book?
It was good.
Q. How would you like to advice budding authors?
Write from the heart and no need to afraid.