With his village and art taken away he feels like a lost- soul trying to make sense of this big city, Shankaran lives a life of alienation and fear but he is willing to take it all for the girl he loves immensely back home.
In another parallel story line the eldest son (played by Mukesh) is left alone to make the final decision about taking his mother off the ventilator or keeping her alive despite the pressures from the hospital and close relatives.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Rod Stewart, the raspy-voiced rocker, will publish his memoirs next year, promising to "hold nothing back" in detailing a career in which he sold more than a 100 million records, survived cancer and romanced a string of blond bombshells.
Stewart's book, which is yet to be titled but will be published worldwide by Random House, comes as he has toned down his rock and roll act, concentrating on remaking standards by everyone from Cole Porter to George Gershwin.
From there, his career caught fire as he alternated solo work with tours and albums with the Faces, even as his personal life began making tabloid headlines.
These different characters, who walk the same streets of the city have contrasting perspective about the city including the one of love, alienation, excitement, fear, opportunity and freedom.The mix of realistic techniques with cartoon imagery, the odd square speech balloons, even the fact that the interior was completely black and white (where was the color from my usual kiddie fare? To the ten year old mind, it just screamed sophistication and forbidden adulthood tastes.Around this same time, I also discovered a stash of old back issues of the same magazine in my uncle’s closet at my Grandparent’s house (my parents fearfully thinking I had discovered the ‘OTHER’ magazine in my Uncle’s closet, namely “Playboy”), dating from the early to late sixties.Usually it was ‘Jack and Jill’ or ‘Highlights’, but this time she brought home something drastically different.Issue 149, March 1972, Mad Magazine (featured movie satire was ‘Willard’).