NL Interviews Salman Rushdie

Salman Rushdie speaks to Madhu Trehan about Midnight's Children, the “comic idea” of Saleem, the sense of family being at the centre of life in India, being handcuffed to history, optimism being a disease, the ending of the film, and pickles and indirect kisses.

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Salman Rushdie speaks to Madhu Trehan about Midnight’s Children, the “comic idea” of Saleem, the sense of family being at the centre of life in India, being handcuffed to history, optimism being a disease, the ending of the film, and pickles and indirect kisses.

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