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Comic: Yeh hai Dilli meri jaan

Jayanto Banerjee began with freelancing with an ad agency in 1987 and moved on to making comic strips for children and then creating political satires for news magazines and newspapers. He believes that without politicians in India, he would have been jobless.

brunch Updated: Jun 08, 2013 20:03 IST
Jayanto Banerjee
Jayanto Banerjee
Hindustan Times
Jayanto Banerjee,hindustan times,comic strips for children

Jayanto Banerjee began with freelancing with an ad agency in 1987 and moved on to making comic strips for children and then creating political satires for news magazines and newspapers.



He believes that without politicians in India, he would have been jobless.



Moving from the ‘Aap Janaab’ city (Lucknow) to ‘Peeche Haat’ (Delhi) was a shock! But the best part about living in Delhi, he says, are the

barsatis

, which are now called penthouses.

Jayanto





Jayanto

From HT Brunch, June 9

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First Published: Jun 08, 2013 19:22 IST