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9788172238711 60ba363e24f83a61f27e2302 Darling Ji https://cdn1.storehippo.com/s/607fe93d7eafcac1f2c73ea4/60ba65312c6b6f1969ef108d/webp/9788172238711.jpg During the making of Mother India Nargis is trapped in a circle of flames and Sunil risks his life to save her. They recuperate together and fall in love. Nargis has been in a long but futile relationship with the mercurial Raj Kapoor and in Sunil she finally finds an anchor. Their relationship is stormy and secretive to start with but it survives every crisis to culminate in a quite wedding on 11 March 1958. What follows are years of togetherness including the joys of caring three children Sanjay Namrata and Priya but also days of pain and heartbreak: financuial trouble Nargis's illness Sanjay's addiction to drugs.Based on the diaries and letters of Nargis Sunil and their daughter Priya as well as on conversations and interviews with family and friends Darlingji - as they often addressed each other - is a probing yet affectionate biography of two extraordinary people and their love for each other. Travelling as it does from the nineteenth century to the present the book tells the larger story of the evolution of Hindi cinema and of a society and a nation in the throes of change. 9788172238711
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Darling Ji

ISBN: 9788172238711
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  • ISBN: 9788172238711
  • Author: Desai Kishwar
  • Publisher: HarperCollins
  • Pages: 456
  • Format: Paperback

Book Description

During the making of Mother India Nargis is trapped in a circle of flames and Sunil risks his life to save her. They recuperate together and fall in love. Nargis has been in a long but futile relationship with the mercurial Raj Kapoor and in Sunil she finally finds an anchor. Their relationship is stormy and secretive to start with but it survives every crisis to culminate in a quite wedding on 11 March 1958. What follows are years of togetherness including the joys of caring three children Sanjay Namrata and Priya but also days of pain and heartbreak: financuial trouble Nargis's illness Sanjay's addiction to drugs.Based on the diaries and letters of Nargis Sunil and their daughter Priya as well as on conversations and interviews with family and friends Darlingji - as they often addressed each other - is a probing yet affectionate biography of two extraordinary people and their love for each other. Travelling as it does from the nineteenth century to the present the book tells the larger story of the evolution of Hindi cinema and of a society and a nation in the throes of change.

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