Kersi Khambatta , essayist of the film ‘Finding Fanny’ has now extended the film as a book, ‘The Village of Pointless’ . Discussing why he chose to compose a book, the essayist was cited as saying in The Hindu, “There are cinematic constraints while making a movie: budgets, too many people invested and hence too many opinions, all these factors eventually drive the final cut.
I thought the movie plot was too simplistic, too clean. The characters did not achieve their full potential, somehow. In the book, I had no constraints. I steered their lives, their character graphs the way I saw it. It was liberating, to pull them out of a cinematically-constrained cocoon, and let them grow.”
In spite of the fact that people recommended him to compose an autobiography first yet the author chose to proceed with this anticipate in light of the difficulties it postured. “Everybody said, keep your first book personal. I thought, no, it will be enjoyable to expound on five hapless, blundering morons in a little town in Goa, as far from my comfort zone as could be conceivable,” he included the report. – CINEWS