Prannay Pathak

Prannay Pathak

Prannay Pathak works with the HT City editorial desk and writes about travel, books and films.

Articles by Prannay Pathak

Book Review: The Love Song of Maya K is a beautifully chaotic ode to womanhood

Shuma Raha’s immensely readable book of short stories set in Delhi and Kolkata takes you through the minds and the lives of everyday characters.
Cover of author Shuma Raha’s book.
Cover of author Shuma Raha’s book.
Updated on Jun 06, 2018 07:38 PM IST
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Hindustan Times | By Prannay Pathak, New Delhi

The Himalayan Arc takes a long, hard look at the uneasy realities of the region

It’s an enjoyable, enlightening collection of accounts, essays, poems, and photographs that make up the Himalayan experience, but doesn’t shy away from revelations that could make one uneasy.
The Himalayan Arc is an enjoyable, enlightening collection of accounts, essays, poems, and photographs on the Himalayan experience.
The Himalayan Arc is an enjoyable, enlightening collection of accounts, essays, poems, and photographs on the Himalayan experience.
Updated on May 23, 2018 06:57 PM IST
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Hindustan Times | By Prannay Pathak, New Delhi

Book review: Amborish Roychoudhury’s book on cult films is a treat for those who dig them

Amborish Roychoudhury’s book In A Cult of Their Own: Bollywood Beyond Box Office is an entertaining read about commercially unsuccessful films that have eschewed traditional tropes and plots and enjoy a special place in Bollywood cinephiles’ hearts.
Amborish Roychoudhury’s book In a Cult of Their Own: Bollywood Beyond Box Office is an entertaining read.
Amborish Roychoudhury’s book In a Cult of Their Own: Bollywood Beyond Box Office is an entertaining read.
Published on Apr 16, 2018 05:36 PM IST
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Hindustan Times | By Prannay Pathak, New Delhi

Author William Dalrymple: I would love to see regular mehfils in Zafar Mahal

Author of City of Djinns and The Last Mughal, William Dalrymple talks about the culture and history of Delhi and his own connect with it.
William Dalrymple’s next book is named The Anarchy: India Between Empires 1739-1803.(Prabhas Roy/HT Photo)
William Dalrymple’s next book is named The Anarchy: India Between Empires 1739-1803.(Prabhas Roy/HT Photo)
Updated on Mar 30, 2018 06:37 PM IST
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Hindustan Times | By Prannay Pathak, New Delhi

Hope to inspire people to stray from the ‘normal’: Author Nish Amarnath

The author of the mystery thriller Victims for Sale, which is the story of a plucky journalist versus a thriving sex racket, intends to keep drawing upon her newsroom experience to tell stories that are real, poignant, and mystifying.
Victims for Sale is author and journalist Nish Amarnath’s first novel.
Victims for Sale is author and journalist Nish Amarnath’s first novel.
Published on Mar 27, 2018 05:43 PM IST
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By Prannay Pathak, New Delhi

Book review: John Grisham’s The Rooster Bar is a potboiler that fizzles out

John Grisham’s latest legal thriller is a wishful take on third-tier, for-profit educational institutions and what happens when three disgruntled students decide to bring its entire framework down.
Cover of the book The Rooster Bar by popular John Grisham.
Cover of the book The Rooster Bar by popular John Grisham.
Updated on Nov 24, 2017 06:59 PM IST
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