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The moment you wear white, you are going to be in some kind of isolation. The white colour had a very dark side to it. The book took firm shape over the years.

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She recalled how her grandfather used to call her Radha as she used to dance. Khanna based Noor on the old woman and Chhoti on a tightrope walker he met in Varanasi in This has a whole different thought process.

Getting Neena Gupta on board was a prerequisite, he said. The film was shot in in three schedules. Handling the logistics was the most difficult part of filming he said. The logistics are hard because I had conceived the story in my mind without any technicality to it. Are more more films on the cards for the chef-turned-director? However, the food descriptions are lovely - it made me want to eat my way through China.

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This alluring novel of friendship, love, and cuisine brings the best-selling author of Lost in Translation and A Cup of Light to one of the great Chinese subjects: food. She asks her magazine for time off, but her editor counters with an assignment: to profile the rising culinary star Sam Liang. With Sam as her guide, she is also drawn deep into a world of food rooted in centuries of history and philosophy.