Brazilian author Paulo Coelho noted that Shah Rukh Khan's recent production "Kaamyaab", billed as a comedy, actually defines "the tragedy of art" for the way it captures the struggles of character actors in the film world.
No way to tour the country, Anika Orrock promotes and celebrates the publication of her first book, based on the women pros popularized by the movie "A League of Their Own.”
"Harry Potter" author J.K. Rowling has donated 1 million pounds ($1.25 million) to help victims of domestic abuse and homelessness during the coronavirus pandemic after recovering from the virus herself.
The debut of Emirati illustrators on IBBY’s 2019 Silent Books Collection is the culmination of pioneering efforts by the UAE Board on Books for Young People.
‘Just Like You,’ by Nick Hornby, paints a pretty picture of an elite British town and an unlikely couple — a white middle aged teacher and a black aspiring DJ 20 years her junior — at the centre of it.
Chris Pratt and his wife Katherine Schwarzenegger have welcomed their first child together. Katherine’s brother, Patrick Schwarzenegger, confirmed the news.
Bestselling author Chetan Bhagat insists that Bollywood's portrayal in the media post the Sushant Singh Rajput tragedy has been disappointing and far-fetched. Stressing that the industry may have its problems, but to paint everybody as evil and a drug addict is "absolute nonsense".
The Palestinian-Canadian UAE-based author Nour Arab, Founder and Owner of Nour Publishing and Member of Emirates Publishers Association, has broken all records in the children’s literature field by creating a new methodology in her writings.
Google has paid homage to Bano Qudsia, one of Pakistan’s most well-known novelists and playwrights, on the occasion of her birthday through a doodle.