- Broken bones and a broken heart
- Below is a selection of your comments on this column. Straight or gay, Firdaus Kanga is an inspiration for every living person. I saw his autobiographical movie and no other movie has moved me as much as this one.
- Curious Questions about a Lecture that Never Happened
- Years earlier she and I, together with Nissim Ezekiel and Firdaus Kanga had travelled around England giving readings. This was in the immediate aftermath of the burning in Bradford of Salman Rushdie's Satanic Verses.
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- B -Town babes Sonam Kapoor and Deepika Padukone were best friends at one point (Remember how they bitched about Ranbir Kapoor during Koffee with Karan), but unfortunately their equation has changed now. And the reason for this is Sonam's blunt ...
- Gay literature is firmly out of the closet in India
- Another India-born author who voiced unabashed support for gay rights and sexuality in general in the early years was Firdaus Kanga. His most notable work is the autobiographical Trying to Grow (1990), where he explores various themes revolving around ...
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