Director Nitesh Tiwari who is understood for his superhit movies Chillar Celebration, Dangal and Chhichhore, yesterday launched the e book titled `The Wielder Of The Trishul` written by Satyam Srivastva. The e book relies on mythology and is obtainable in English, Hindi and Marathi.
On the e book launch, the director spoke in regards to the creator Satyam and his writing. He stated, “I’m normally not the kind of one that goes out to public boards however Satyam`s e book launch attracted me for 3 principal causes. First is our IIT Bombay connection, Second is he spent one 12 months at my hostel and third is my love for mythology.”
He additional stated,”I learn the primary two chapters of the e book and it obtained me hooked. Satyam has very superbly created a fictional world and neatly stored the weather of the mythology. So there’s a sense of recognition. The primary few chapters obtained me hooked to the e book a lot that I made a decision to complete this e book.”
Satyam Srivastava whose earlier e book `Neelkanth: Reality, Lies, Deceit & Homicide` was liked by the viewers spoke about his writing and stated, “I like to preserve my writing easy and which is well comprehensible. I don`t like these writing the place the creator makes use of flowery language and the readers usually are not in a position to comprehend the writing. “
Speaking about his e book `The Wielder Of The Trishul`, Satyam stated,”This e book is about Indra and Vritra. What I like about Indian mythology is our heros and villains, each are very robust characters. This e book is the story of Indra and Vritra. You have to be realizing this story however I’m positive you have to be realizing that is the story of Indra and Vritra.”
The e book is obtainable in English, Hindi, and Marathi. Speaking in regards to the sane, Satyam stated, “A narrative like it will attraction the hindi viewers extra. That’s the reason I’ve obtained it translated in Hindi and Marathi in order that it reaches extra folks.”
Speaking about how he offers with good and unhealthy critiques for his books, Satyam answered,”I feel unhealthy critiques are necessary as a result of you possibly can enhance your writing and good critiques inspire you.”