Kitnay Aadmi Thay

What was the name of Jordan’s album in Rockstar? What is the registration number of Ferrari in Ferrari ka sawaari?  If you think you know everything about Bollywood, then read on as this is exactly for you. If you think you want to more about Bollywood, then again, this is for you as it has a lot of information from Bollywood which will surprise you. Presenting another awesome book as a part of our #BookReviews program, ‘Kitnay Aadmi Thay‘ by the one and only Diptakirti Chaudhuri.

10 copies of this book to be given away for review.

Overview of the Book:

Lights! Camera! Trivia!

What was the name of the film they were shooting in Rangeela? What was the Amul hoarding when Shahenshah released? Who has the longest winning streak in Filmfare awards? Did Johnny Walker get his name from the whiskey or was it the other way round? Who will star in Bajirao Mastani when it finally gets made?

If Bollywood questions keep you awake at nights, this is the book you want to read. Packed with 50 lists and 500+ entries, it is a multiplex of pointless Bollywood gyaan. Separated in eight logicless sections and with out a contents page (or index), it is a book for dipping into and zipping through.

Remember your favourite Bollywood film fast, actionpacked, mad, packed with colourful characters and a little bit of everything? Well, they made this book out of it.

Know the Author:

Diptakirti Chaudhuri has been a salesman for more than twelve years now having sold soaps, soft drinks, oils and newspapers all over India.

His obsessive love for movies is a hereditary disease, which was nurtured during his engineering and MBA college days. When not watching or reading about mov ies, he writes about them on his blog, Calcutta Chromosome or discusses them on Twitter (@diptakirti).

You can read more about Diptakirti in this interview with BlogAdda.

He has published a book for children on the 2011 cricket World Cup. This is his second book.

He lives in Gurgaon with his wife, a son and a daughter. None of them shares his obsessive love for the movies. Yet.

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One Reply to “Kitnay Aadmi Thay”

  1. A book I must simply have. With Bollywood running in my veins this book will be the perfect addition to my movie…oops…book collection. 🙂

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