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This is unique Pre – launched of my new #book #NoBall2Crore by my favorite Guru #Cricket #Coach now #CEO #UPCA Deepak Sharma Sir and Dear friend #YogGuru Suneel Singh at #SportsCollegeLucknow Reunion on 6thJanuary2019

Shri Punam Suri Surprise visit of #PadmaShri #PunamSuri ji to my room He is #educator, #journalist #President #DAV #College #ManagingCommittee #Chancellor of #DAVUniversity, #ManagingEditor #DailyMilap, I cash this opportunity to gift my debut #book #IamnotGuilty #Kasab click the photo.

New review of my book-

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I AM NOT GUILTY -KASAB (FICTION BIOGRAPHY)by @harishsharma1 #qotd:wat u feel wen u hear the name KASAB? 🚨🚨🚨🚨🚨🚨🚨🚨 ———————– 🚨The background The book starts with the KASAB is sentenced to death were he presents his wish that a biography written on him. The book reveals why the book underlined or marked to be fiction at first place and the heat and sensitivity that cost if revealed…the books flows with the idea of conversation between journalist sweata and KASAB….in the jail…and KASAB revealing different shocking and hard to digest truths….which would Pressured to get omitted…and KASAB point of view and his life before and after 26/11…waiting to be hanged.. ——— Review ➡the book is 102 pages and a short quick read but still after few pages I was not able to digest it full so no its not a one sit read… ➡the language is simple so the book on point…keeping it straight..it's the best thing…the book is written not for fame of author…but for revealing the bitter truths…it's has been written in hindi and English..to reach out to the readers.. ➡Wen I imagine KASAB I always thought KASAB was a stupid cruel and with poor background…mislead ed by his faith…but this book portraits KASAB very different from imagination ➡the book covers various incidents which makes u confused and shock at the same time…take my words Those incident are the cheese on the crust for which u should read….. ➡it's a 3.9/5🌟 ➡I like the way the writer has told about the Hindu Pakistani and poor pak and rich pak and various aspects which actually usually missed…which is horror though ➡the book also exclaimed a point that "money can buy anything and everything if price is right…even your patriotism….which was a shaming" ➡the book will leave u stunt N make u laugh I'm sure…till the end..giving futuristic ideas of jihadis… But we would still stand still…waiting for them….flushing der threats…answering dem better… ————– #bookaddixt #books #terriorism #pakistani #hindustani#indian #terrorist #kasab #blackdday #mumbai #bookporn #bookfinstogram #bookstagram #reading #love #soliders #fightback #journalist#booklove #bookislife

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I am not Guilty- Kasab By Harish Sharma 📑📚 Published by Notion Press 📖 📖📖📖 A very small and easy read. I was really very excited to read this book. "I am not Guilty- Kasab" touches a very sensitive topic. The 26/11 terrorist attack in Mumbai had paralyzed the whole country with fear. One of those events which will always be remembered in the Indian history. The author has tried to depict the point of view of Kasab, the terrorist who was caught in the attacks through this book. The story is about Shweta, a journalist who has to write a book on Kasab's life. His journey, his secrets may shake many presumptions that we Indians have. Shweta couldn't publish her book initially due to political reasons. The story is fictional, but it feels very real. It's very interesting to read the whole story from a different point of view. The narrations are simple, though the book requires proof reading and editing, overall it's an exciting read. BLURB OF THE BOOK "I wanted to be arrested, not killed by a bullet. We are thankful for all the Indian television channels' breaking news support during 26/11. No terrorist attack is possible in India without us or our support. Whether it's the burning of the Godhra train or Samjhauta express blast; I am guilty of not killing 500 Indians." . . . I give it 3⭐⭐⭐ . . . . I also want to thank the author @harishsharma1 for sending me a review copy. 😊

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ब्रह्मचारी भरत India TV पर ब्रह्मचारी बने भरत वा उसके माता पिता पर शो आ रहा था क्या किसी बेटे को माँ बाप अपने प्यार की वजह वो नही करने देना चाहते जो वो करना चाहता है। बेटा ब्रह्मचारी बनना चाहता है माँ बाप के लिये बहुत कठिन है बेटे का घर छोड़ कर जाना ब्रह्मचारी बनना लेकिन कोई किसी को बिना मर्जी के कुछ नही बना सकता है भरत अपनी मर्जी से ब्रमचारी बना है ।। यदि वो वापस आ भी जाये मानसिक रूप से ब्रह्मचारी ही रहेगा माँ बाप की जिद के आगे नतमस्तक । वैराग्य ब्रह्मचार्य किसी भी परिधि में नही आता कितने युवा ब्रह्मचारी बनते है वैराग्य धारण करते है । सिर्फ माता पिता को भरत को वैसे ही अपनाना चाहिये तभी सब ठीक लगने लगेगा । शो में बैठी जनता का बात बात पर हँसना और ताली बजाना भरत के ब्रह्मचार्य को चुनौती देता लग रहा था लेकिन भरत ने संयमित रहते हुए अपने माता पिता वा सौरभ का पूरा मान रखा उसका यह कहना कि सौरभ आप यहाँ है आपके माता पिता कही और रहते हो और वो बोले सब कुछ छोड़ कर यहाँ आ जाओ तो क्या सम्भव है या मैं वही करु जो इन्हें पसंद है मुझे नही। यह ऐसा विषय है जिस पर शो करना किसी निष्कर्ष पर नही पहुँच सकता ? क्योंकि भरत को वही करना है जो उसे करना है माहौल ने या किसी के दबाब ने उसे ब्रह्मचारी नही बनाया बल्कि उसने खुद ऐसा माहौल बनाया जैसा उसे बनना था। हरीश शर्मा

Happy Birthday Dev Saheb

Happy Birthday Dev Saheb

Meeting with Legend Dev Anand

I first met Dev Sahab in 2001, which was also the last time, for the music launch of his film Censor, in #AshokaHotel, Delhi.

At 1 pm I got a call from #PoojaKashyap of #HMV, who needed last minute help to organize the #media for the music launch. I told her ‘I’d love to assist you as I am a great fan of Dev Anand, and this is the best chance to meet and interact with him.’

Though the time given was very short of inviting the media, I took this challenge and my entire team for this music launch, without giving it a second thought.

#Pressconference was around 4 or 5 pm, and the chief guest was the then IB minister Sushma Swaraj. More than 100 media was present at that time for which I wouldn’t take the credit as this is @DevAnand’s charisma that all the media were there.

Press conference got over in an hour, but the media was eager to talk with him one to one. Anyhow, I managed a few interviews and by seven he told me ‘Harish this would be the last one, and if there’s anything left then I’d like to do it in my suite around 8 pm’.

And around eight he was in the lounge of the hotel as fresh as ever, ready for another set of interviews with Aaj Tak and NDTV. After these couple of interviews,

I got a chance to interact with him personally and his first sentence was “Good job Harish, but I have never done so many interviews at one time.” During that interaction I learned that whatever you’d ask him, he’d reply, and if you don’t start anything he would keep mum.

I asked him, about his excellent health and fitness at this age, for which he said, I try to avoid grains most of the time, I survive on water and fruits whenever I’m hungry.

And then I asked him how he finds #Delhi. He said ‘Delhi is very hot!…because of central #politics, and at the same time very pleasant’. Talking about his favorite pass time he told me ‘though I am never free, I spend my time in writing and reading, besides making films.’

I said that it’s my dream to become a director to which he said, ‘If you dream about it then it will be fulfilled because this is dreaming with open eyes and not with closed ones.’

During that time I got a call from #KaveriBamzai from #IndiaToday saying that she wanted good enough time for an interview with Dev Sahab. I asked him about it; he asked me to call her the next morning around 8:30-9.

The next day by 8:30 sharp he was in the lounge and within half an hour that interview got done and when I asked him to take a leave he remembered about my dream of direction and said ‘Harish when you become a Director, give me a call.’

After that, I never got a chance to meet him, and now as I just completed my first film as a director, his lines still ring in my mind, and I thought I’d call him when my film would release.

The film is now in the process of being released but before that, sadly enough, he suddenly left us one day. And my dream to tell him about my directorial venture remains a dream. I miss you Dev Sahab.

-Harish Sharma.