Anupam Kher's Memoir: Anupam Says It Will Not Hurt Anybody's Sentiments
Anupam Kher's memoir, titled ‘Lessons Life Taught Me Unknowingly’, will unravel the story of the actor's life. He shared that it will be a true depiction of his personal and professional life and will not be made-up in any way.
Veteran actor Anupam Kher recently made headlines when he announced he will be penning his autobiography. While his fans across the globe were thrilled following the news, he has made an even more exciting revelation now. Titled ‘Lessons Life Taught Me Unknowingly’, the book will unravel the story of his life. Anupam shared that it will be a true depiction of his personal and professional life and will not be fabricated in any way. Moreover, he disclosed that he wants to share his journey without hurting anyone, sharing the truth in the best possible way. Anupam also spilled the beans on why he did not let anyone else pen his memoir.
"I can only share my truth with people; the interpretation of another individual (about my life) can be judgmental,” he said. "That is why it is my autobiography that I have written to share the truth of my life the way I want people to know… of course, someone can do research on me and write a book. But that would be an unauthorised biography which I have no control over," said the actor, who earlier wrote the book ‘The Best Thing About You is You!’
Anupam holds a string of hits to his credit. Known for essaying diverse characters, his best roles have been in films including ‘Saaransh’, ‘Ram Lakhan’, ‘Daddy’, ‘1942: A Love Story’ and ‘Khosla Ka Ghosla’. He continued, "As an individual, I am not someone who would intentionally hurt someone whom I met in the journey of my life. Maybe I had a bitter experience with that person but I always choose words wisely to tell the truth without hurting anybody. Such a thing would not happen if my biography was written by someone else. This is the power of writing my own story, which is why it is an autobiography," he concluded. The book will be releasing on August 5.