Give 'em Hell, Hari
The war for Indian independence may have ended in 1947, but for the Indian journalists working in an American news bureau in Delhi, it is still far from over 45 years later. Only Hari Rana can bridge the gap between East and West. His mission takes him to America, changing him fundamentally.
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