As in a complex tapestry, these 4 stories interlace each other and thus also explore how minor individual decisions affects the decisions and lives of total strangers.
In the first story Shankaran (played by Jayasurya) is a Kathakali dancer who is living in London illegally working.
Because of this, for this work of fiction, they don’t exist.
I’m sure my parents were worried about me, sitting for hours up in that dusty attic pouring over and over these ‘cartoon books’ instead of being outside and taking part in more healthy pursuits, but as far as I was concerned, I was in heaven.
They so wormed their way into my head, that, thanks to the internet, I can now recreate the cover images for the entire ‘Mad Magazine Stash’ that I found in that long ago closet.
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.
My Twitter account: https://twitter.com/jesbakescookies Check out my My tumblr account: jesbakescookies.for pictures of inspiration for my characters etc!! Only posted on tumblr and AO3)Featuring: Jeffrey Dean Morgan X Original Female Character, Norman Reedus and others..
(FYI this is total fiction, as in I know nothing about JDMs life or that of his real SO and son etc.
Due out in October 2012, the book follows renewed interest in rock autobiographies thanks to bestsellers by Aerosmith's Steven Tyler and The Rolling Stones' Keith Richards and an upcoming release by Neil Young.
Stewart, 66, rose to superstar fame with a string of hits, including "Maggie May," "Tonight's The Night," "Do Ya Think I'm Sexy," and "Some Guys Have All The Luck." Over his 50-year music career, he has had 31 top-10 singles in Britain and 16 top-10 singles in the United States.
Stewart subsequently took his spiky, rooster-style hair and working class songs to a new London supergroup, Faces, joined by Wood.