IF YOU LOVE INDIAN GRAPHIC NOVELS, DON’T FORGET THE ONE THAT CAME AT THE BEGINNING – OINDRILA MUKHERJEE

20 May, 2017 – Scroll

Sarnath Banerjee

Sarnath Banerjee

“Like Banerjee himself did, Brighu has moved from Calcutta to Delhi. He represents the slightly pretentious, cosmopolitan young Bengali whom many of my friends will recognise instantly, the one who hunts for records on Free School Street and drinks beer at Olypub. In one of the most ironic panels, when Brighu visits his parents’ home in Calcutta, he contemplates the importance of one’s roots while listening to an Elnore James record and reading a Tintin comic, as a poster of the Rolling Stones watches over him…”

IF YOU LOVE INDIAN GRAPHIC NOVELS, DON’T FORGET THE ONE THAT CAME AT THE BEGINNING – OINDRILA MUKHERJEE

 

 

 

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