Anticipation and impatience have befriended me as I await the movie adapted from one of my favourite books, Reluctant Fundamentalist. It will be so exciting to watch the film, Reluctant Fundamentalist directed by Mira Nair.
Mohsin Hamid, a student from the Princeton University had written the book with a different shade of ink. In the back drop of 9/11,
Mohsin draws a simple yet powerful art with an ink pen–something that only spills onto the opposite person but cannot be erased. And, the shade of ink that he has used in this novel (Dramatic monologue), it is deceivingly charming.
A shade of ink that one would want to gorge again and again.
A shade of ink that is difficult of xerox.
A shade of ink that is desirable.
A shade of ink that can be attained only to few.
As this shade of ink translates into a collage of colors, I await.
Hope befriending the impatience and anticipation is worth it.
― Karen Marie Moning, Darkfever
Categories: 101 things I like
Tags: Mira Nair, Mohsin Hamid, Reluctant Fundamentalist