He Said It! the Common Man Speaks...

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WheelMan Press, 2012 - 182 pages
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In the chaos and confusion of India's murky politics full of prophets of boom, gloom and doom there is a lone voice of reason and sanity. It belongs to the most unlikely person, a man that has been kept voiceless and nameless for more than half a century by the most corrupt system that operates in his name! Meet India's most popular and enduring icon, the "Common Man" who gives voice to the voiceless as he breaks his 50-year silence in "He Said It!." Share a laugh with him as he lampoons the politicians and tells the heart-rending story of his exploits in India's freedom struggle in his native village, his years abroad as a student activist and investigative reporter and his rise to the highest office upon his return. "He Said It!" tells it like it is as inspired writer and filmmaker C.S.Nag gives new life and passionate voice to R.K. Laxman's cartoon character as he rises from obscurity to celebrity on the global scene.

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