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5 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Raven
    Jan 16, 2013 @ 01:12:04

    Hi Sushima

    I saw your tweet about your search for an illustrator for your children’s book. I read the post and would love to talk more about illustrating Harini’s story! I was in India last month for a wedding and have an ever-growing appreciation for the culture and the beautiful clothing!

    Here are some links to my recent work:


    If you think my style might work for your book, let’s talk more.



    • amas32
      Jan 16, 2013 @ 01:57:55

      Dear Raven,

      Very happy to hear from you 🙂 Love the sample drawings you have given me. This does not pay up front. Planning to make it as a eBook for iPad. So may be can sell for 99 cents and share the profit. If you do it for free we can sell it for free. I want a detailed and colourful drawing like in the Disney books for each bulletin point. Can you please send me a drawing for one of the bulletin points? That will be very useful for me to understand the fit for this project.

      Thank you,




  2. Bob Freedman
    Nov 24, 2014 @ 20:04:02

    Dear Amas, Thank you for your kind review. I note your comment in the review of SEVEN where you say, “I was very impressed with the director Sanjay Kumar’s presentation skills. He narrated the story all together instead of one by one and with not one bit of confusion. It made the programme interesting and made the audience attentive. ” While I am sure from what you say that the director did a fine job in presenting the play, the structure of the play came about solely through the very hard work of the playwrights. They each wrote a monologue based on the words of the woman they were interviewing. They then spent several weeks together doing the very hard work of merging into one single presentation portions of the monologues. Every placement of portions of every character’s words was the result of this process, and not of directorial choice. However, if you did not know the back history of the play, your conclusion was a logical one to come to.

    Sincerely, Robert Freedman, for the playwrights.


  3. amas32
    Nov 25, 2014 @ 03:18:09

    Thank you very much for highlighting this fact. I did not mean it in that sense. The award winning playwrights strong story is a given. Based on that the director did a good job of presenting it. The reason why I mentioned it was because I have seen excellent scripts spoilt by bad presentation by the directors.

    I am so honoured that you took the time to read my review and write such a detailed comment, thank you 🙂


  4. Martian
    May 19, 2015 @ 03:08:11

    coming soon a? avlo periya story aaaaaaaaaaaa 😛 hehe


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