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Video: Madhur Jaffrey, Mohsin Hamid Share Stories Behind Their Writing at Mumbai Lit Fest

Watch: Madhur Jaffrey, Mohsin Hamid, and Nina Godiwalla speaking at the ASIC dinner in Mumbai on Dec. 2, 2011. (11 min., 11 sec.)
by Komal Hiranandani
23 April 2012

MUMBAI, December 2, 2012 — As part of the celebrations for Mumbai Fully Booked: Times of India Literary Carnival, participating authors joined Asia Society India Centre for a Meet the Authors dinner.

From Pakistan's Fatima Bhutto, author of the memoir Songs of Blood and Sword, to Mumbai's own Amish Tripathi, author of the fantasy bestseller The Immortals of Meluha, writers across genres and regions came together for an evening of drinks, connections and exchanges.

Watch video highlights (above) as iconic actress and author Madhur Jaffrey; Mohsin Hamid, author of The Reluctant Fundamentalist; and Nina Godiwalla, author of Suits: A Woman on Wall Street, share some of the sources of inspiration, and other stories behind their writing, in an informal, conversational setting.

Supported by HDFC, Westland Limited, Leela Hotels and IDFC.