Monday, August 25, 2008

Chameli to Rahul Bose to Shantaram: More Meandering through the Entity Web

One of my favorite movies of all time is Chameli. So I decided to check out our Chameli page. Once there, I recalled really liking the male lead performance by Rahul Bose. So I quickly wound up on the Evri Rahul Bose page. I then was curious about the videos -- one was about an interview with Rahul Bose and a guy named Gregory Roberts -- the name Gregory Roberts sounded familiar to me, but I couldn't remember why. I started watching the video below, and quickly realized it was the author of the book Shantaram, that my wife just bought and is sitting right next to me on our night stand. A couple weeks ago, I had read the jacket of the book -- the amazing story of an Australian philosopher turned druggie turned Mumbai mobster turned into redeemed author -- it seemed a little too amazing, so I wasn't motivated enough to crack it open. Needless to say, after watching this interview, I am pretty intrigued. Warning: the host is a bit annoying, and the interview is in Hinglish. And a final warning: the links above require you to have a beta account with us which you can get HERE.

And here are links for the remaining interview parts: 2, 3, 4, 5


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Anonymous said...

I'm sitting here watching your presentation at UW (not spam).

I think you'd enjoy the book "The Final Encyclopedia" by Gordon Dickson. I don't know if you're into science fiction, but the Final Encyclopedia featured there sounds something like what you're reaching for at the moment.

Deep said...

Thanks for the book recommendation!

Anonymous said...

Same Anonymous as before:

I just found mention of Evri and the Final Encyclopedia in the same PowerPoint presentation from Vulcan Inc.

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