Three years ago, the brutal killing of a young TV producer called Neeraj Grover sent shockwaves through Mumbai. An alluring aspiring actress, Maria Susairaj, and her dashing naval officer boyfriend, Emile Jerome, were accused of killing him and hacking his body into pieces, before setting it on fire. The cast of characters was young, attractive, and upwardly mobile, the press hungry for a headline. As details of the case unravelled, the questions flew aroundAwhat had gone wrong? What made these young professionals turn to violent crime? Was it the savage pressure of the city, or was the motive even darker? This book will shock and inspire a much needed change in perception of celebrity culture and Bollywood. ItAs about so much more than a contested killing case and will be a talking point for years to come.Johar who said the promos of Phoonk 2 were so a#39;scarya#39; that hea#39;d have to see the film with the directorato which Ramu ... and by afternoon, as judge M.W. Chandwani read out from his I75-page-long judgment, Ramu had released a trailer. It was an arresting teaser, featuring a man and a woman swabbing blood from an apartment floor before going on to make love, while an inert foot jutted into the frame.
|Title||:||Death in Mumbai|
|Publisher||:||Random House India - 2011-12-12|