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Lucknow Boy: A Memoir is the autobiography of the esteemed Indian journalist, Vinod Mehta. It charts his journey from the streets of Lucknow to the elite strata of India’s most famous media names.
Summary of the Book
Vinod Mehta presents his life story in this candid and controversial account. It begins with his childhood in Lucknow and talks about his growth as a celebrity, who now belongs to the higher echelons of Indian media. His acquaintances belong to different circles like politics, cinema, business and media. The book also contains crisp anecdotes on other renowned figures like Salman Rushdie, Sonia Gandhi, and Shobhaa De. The autobiography talks about the days he spent at The New Statesman, The Daily Telegraph and The Guardian, and as the Editor of Debonair. Mehta explains his efforts in establishing Outlook and The Sunday Observer in the initial stages. Based on his vast experience, this autobiography holds a treasure chest of inspiring and interesting instances from his life.
About Vinod Mehta
Vinod Mehta is a veteran Indian journalist. He was the Editor-in-Chief of Outlook India. He graduated from Lucknow University and worked with a series of popular publications including The Sunday Observer, The Independent and The Pioneer. He is now an advisor to Outlook India magazine, and is a frequent panellist on debates on various Indian news channels. Some of his other works are: Bombay: A Private View, The Sanjay Story, Mr Editor, How Close are You to the PM? and Lucknow Boy: A Memoir.