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A labour of love

DNMUM352963 | 12/25/2015 | Author : Jayadev Calamur | WC :276 | Art & Culture

While Murzban F. Shroff's book, Waiting for Jonathan Koshy, has an interesting plot, it also showcases the author's love for Bandra
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Crossword Bookstores recently hosted the book launch of Waiting For Jonathan Koshy by author Murzban F. Shroff. The author, who launched the book along with noted cricket commentator Harsha Bhogle, spoke in depth about the titular character, his love for Bandra and his life as a writer.

Who's Jonathan?
The book primarily focuses on a group of friends waiting for 'Jonathan' to come back from Kerala to Mumbai. The friends, as described by Shroff, believe that Jonathan can solve all their problems. What they don't know is that the titular character has problems of his own and is trying to run away from them.
While speaking to Harsha Bhogle, Shroff said that there is a 'Jonathan' in all of us.
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