Q. I would like you to share something about yourself with our readers.
I’m born in middle class family. My father is a labour and he works in Mumbai. Writing is my passion since early childhood, So I thought to change my passion into profession. Despite having financial problem, I didn’t think of doing a job and put my full attention in writing. This book is my first published work. If I am known for something in the future, then I would like to be an author.
Q. How did you come up with the idea of writing this genre?
I always wanted to do something new.And when I started writing, I thought I would write a book that will be a combination of non-fiction and poetry at the same time. By writing this book I’ve started a new genre of writing that reflect two genre at the same time.
Q. Where did you find the inspiration to write this book?
When I was returning from college, I stopped for drinking tea at a shop on the road side. The shopkeeper was an old man.When I raised my hand for giving money, he started telling his story from the wet throat. When I reached home I created a story about this. After this I written so many stories like this in the thought that other people also should know story of a common people.
Q. What exactly does your book convey?
Every story has two sides. The first aspect that we see and the other, whose truth we never know.This book tells about the hidden sides of every common people’s story of India.
Q. What all was going in your head while penning down this book?
Since book is written in a new genre, I was so curious about reader’s response. But somewhere I was confident that after reading this book people will surely change their views towards the common people of India.
Q. Was there any moment you backed off from the idea of writing a book?
No! There was no any such moment when I backed off from writing a book. Because My only aim was writing a book.
Q. How do you handle the criticism that comes towards your way?
If I tell the truth, I don’t care about any criticism at all. I live my life in my way. And I think that we should be thankful of our critics because these people improves us With correction
Q. How was your experience with Bluerose throughout the publishing of the book?
It was really an awesome experience and I think it will be same in further process.
Q. How would you like to advice budding authors?
Well! I am not so great that I can give some advice to anyone, but if I can give some advice to somebody then I would like to say that do something new. Don’t follow the trend, create your own. And this advice is not just for literature but for all sectors.Because we know that everybody his/her own potential to do something new.