The more one reads Singh’s book, the more one is struck by the fact that Jaane Bhi Do Yaaro may not only be one of India’s best-loved comedies, but also the encapsulation of the possibilities of a moment when a supremely talented bunch of individuals decided to collaborate on a project that seemed jinxed from day one...Full post here. You'll also find a version of it in the new Time Out, part of a larger piece about the Harper Collins film books.
P.S. Yes, yes, I know, this blog has been all about the Jaane bhi do Yaaro book for some time now, but bear with me. I was in Mumbai for a few days - only just back in Delhi - with limited Net access, and have also been battling a viral infection for the last two weeks. (The Delhi chill and Diwali pollution have not been good for my system this year.) Not much work getting done in these circumstances; hopefully that will change soon.