Vishal Bharadwaj, Indian Film maker and Music composer going through the novel that was long-listed for Word To Screen 2018, Mumbai Film Festival.
Kabir Khan, Indian Film maker with The Autograph Seeker at Jio Star MAMI Word To Screen 2018
Daman Singh, author and daughter of Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and Tony V Francis author of The Autograph Seeker holding the others novel.
Kiran Rao, Chairman Mumbai Film Festival 2018 holding the novel after it was longlisted for Word To Screen 2018 at Jio MAMI 2018
Sashi Tharoor, author and Indian Politician wishing the author after the debut of The Autograph Seeker.
Anjali Menon, Indian Filmmaker with her copy of The Autograph Seeker
A hoarding on Park Street Kolkata of An Authors Afternoon with Tony V Francis organized by Prabha Khaitan Foundation, Taj Bengal Hotel and The Telegraph T2.
Salim-Sulaiman music duo from the Indian Film Industry
The Autograph Seeker on Kindle. Cover release by Economist, Mathematician and Member of parliament in Rajya Sabha- Dr.Subramanian Swamy ‘Peppered with autographs and amusing anecdotes, The Autograph Seeker chronicles the India of the 80s and 90s through a school boy’s hilarious narrative.’
The Hindu covers a session on The Autograph Seeker under the title ‘A city fondly remembered’
An engaged audience at the launch of The Autograph Seeker at The Bangalore Literature Festival
(R to L) Rashmi Menon-Comissioning Editor Amaryllis, Tony V Francis- author, Shinie Antony- Editor and Sudha Balaji- Guest of honor and District Director Toastmasters International
Session with the author, editor and publisher.
Interview with The New Indian Express
L Square- The IIM Bangalore Alumni Magazine
Kristu Jayanti College
At the studios of Radio Indigo 91.9 with Rj Sandeep Rao- Live
Interview on L Square The IIM Bangalore Alumni magazine
Jetwings Feb 2017 issue
In-flight magazine of Jet Airways
Travel 3 Sixty India, Air Asia In-Flight magazine February 2018 issue
The Black Pope- Superior General of the Jesuits Fr Arturo Sosa Abascal s.j.
Books On The Delhi Metro' a not for profit organisation is hiding books in Delhi metro stations for people to read and pass them ........ to infuse some good old reading habit among the commuters.You can identify these books from the sticker on the covers.