Neeraj Pandey, who is well for his films like A Wednesday and Special 26, has written a novel called Ghalib Danger which was release 2013.
Owing to the positive response, the filmmaker is all set to unveil the Hindi version of this much-loved book.
The book titled Ghalib Danger is the story of Kamran Khan, a cocky young taxi driver trying to make it big in Mumbai. The story revolves around how Kamran’s life changes when he saves a don called Mirza from being killed.
Earlier, Neeraj Pandey had shared his experience on writing a novel, he shares, “With the novel you have the luxury of putting the story on pause mode for a couple of pages and describing something else, say an anecdote, or a history, or some trivia, and then come back to the story, but still keep the reader engaged”.
The helmer of celebratory films like A Wednesday, Baby, Special 26 and M.S Dhoni: An Untold Story, Rustom to name a few, Neeraj Pandey has not only carved his niche in the film industry but has also gone ahead to treat the audience with an intriguing book.