HOW THE BAD MAN GOT BOOKED?
ROSHMILA BHATTACHARYA AN EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW After writing successful columns in the Mumbai Mirror, reporting Bollywood stories, latest happenings in the cinema, Roshmila Bhattacharya has another feather in her cap with the autobiography of Bollywood's own Bad Man, Gulshan Grover. How the Bad Man got booked? Roshmila tells Pria.
by Pria Working with Mumbai Mirror, bringing out an entertainment supplement six days a week, how has the journey been so far? The journey started six years ago, when I joined Mumbai Mirror as the entertainment editor. It’s a daily challenge, but an exhilarating adventure. The phone calls start from early in the morning and go on till way past midnight as we sift through news and select what works. It’s a tough job and a tiring one, but when I am away on 8
leave, I miss the thrill of breaking stories within the 10 pm deadline. Of course, this means a severely curtailed social life, since I am in office from 3 pm till at least 10 pm, Sunday to Friday. Then, there’s a minimum three hours commute with only Saturdays off provided nothing major breaks. Still, the buzz of a newsroom is an addictive fix.