"Take movies, music, poetry out of life & its gone!"

Hindustan Times BRUNCH Magazine features Bobby Sing & Bobby Talks Cinema in their cover article 'People Who Live & Breathe Bollywood' on 10th April 2016.

10 Apr, 2016 | Articles on Cinema / Articles on Music, Poetry and Life

HT-Brunch-1On 10th April 2016, one of the most reputed newspapers of India, HINDUSTAN TIMES, featured a Bollywood cover story in its Sunday Edition BRUNCH Magazine, talking about those obsessive Hindi movie lovers who are known to be living and breathing Hindi cinema since many years and writing about it too in the form of articles, blogs and books released by renowned publishers.
The front cover had Amitabh Bachchan’s hand painted image from DEEWAR with the title written in the good old 70s style saying ‘Mere Paas CINE MAA HAI’, plus some exclusive trivias mentioned in four different circles.
And the cover article in the inner pages said,
(Meet the People Who Live and Breathe Bollywood)
HT-Brunch-2The story featured many known names such as Diptakirti Chaudhuri, Pavan Jha, Shishir Krishan Sharma, Madhulika Liddle, Amborish Roychoudhury, SMM Ausaja and Siddharth Bhatia along with Bobby Sing and Bobby Talks Cinema, presenting a thoroughly researched and well-phrased write-up focusing on all distinctive visions.
And about yours truly they wrote,
"Delhi’s Bobby Sing – named after the Rishi Kapoor-Dimple Kapadia blockbuster, which came out the year he was born – revels in the details on his blog Bobby Talks Cinema. The site also lists over 900 examples of Hindi films ‘inspired’ by foreign ones.
Sing’s school hours overlapped neatly with two sneaky back-to-back afternoon screenings at the local theatre.
HT-Brunch-3“My parents would have to explain to my teachers why I was so frequently absent, especially on Fridays,” he recalls. “Then came a point, when on Fridays, the teachers wouldn’t bother calling out my name at roll calls.

Sing, like the others, draws on his own memories of films, and also trawls old magazines, documentaries, biographies and interviews with those connected with the films.
Sing’s friends urge him to save new information for his next book. It’s a toss-up between claiming ownership later or losing the research to an accident today.
It was indeed quite encouraging to get featured in such exclusive article published by a reputed national newspaper and I am really grateful to Hindustan Times and its entire BRUNCH team for this kind inclusion.
Hope the write-up reaches many more like-minded friends in India as well as abroad loving Hindi Cinema and may the passion be always there,


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10 Apr 2016 / Comments ( 4 )
Many many congratulations sir!!!

Feeling so happy :)
Bobby Sing

I know you would truly be Avik.
Thanks a lot for constant love and support.
Keep Visiting and Writing in.

Much Love and Regards

Rahul Agarwal
You really deserve this Sir...Am a big admirer of your posts.
Bobby Sing

Thanks a lot for your wishes and kind support Rahul.
Keep Visiting and Writing in.

Much Love and Regards

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