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Gokul is a young man with no initials, no surnames, no support, in this huge city looking for a job with talent believed to be good enough to take on the 'big bad' world.
It was just the day before, when Gokul had turned 23, probably his worst birthday ever, standing at the window and looking at the rain, Gokul goes back to an era which all of us go through but rarely talk about- his experiences as a nine-year old boy.
Was this a birthday gift for himself or was it a collection of short stories or was it a novel in itself?
This was plainly 'Gokul' himself...
About the Author
K. Harish Singh is a young film-maker, play-wright and a writer from the prestigious National Institute of Design, Ahmedabad. Before he began his film course at NID, he had assisted the Delhi based artist and documentary film-maker Amar Kanwar. He later assisted three feature film directors in their respective films- Dibakar Banerjee in ‘Bombay Talkies’, Anand Gandhi in ‘The Ship of Theseus’ and Shlok Sharma in ‘Haraamkhor’. He is also the writer of famous Hindi/Urdu plays ‘Kachra’ and ‘Jantar’. In 2013, he started his theatre and film troupe, ‘Kamaan’, in Delhi. He writes and directs plays which Kamaan has been performing across India.