In this memoir, narrated in Karan Thapar's trademark incisive style, the author relates different stories from his life, from personal anecdotes about his childhood, college days and marriage, to his encounters with various well-known personalities in the course of anchoring his TV shows.
Find out about Karan Thapar's friendship in university and later with Benazir Bhutto; his short lived yet memorable stint as a foreign correspondent with The Times under the tutelage of Charles Douglas-Home; his entry into news television; and why no one from the BJP agrees to appear on his shows any more.
Karan Thapar has worked in television for over thirty-five years, including ten years in the UK. He has presented well-known programmes such as Eyewitness (Doordarshan), HARDTalk India (BBC) and Devil's Advocate (CNN-IBN). Presently, he is head of Infotainment Television (ITV) and writes a weekly column, 'Sunday Sentiments', for the Hindustan Times.