Actor Arunoday Singh becomes an author with his first poetry book “Unsung”, Penguin Random House India (PRHI) announced on Monday.
The book, a collection including poems shared on Singh’s Instagram profile alongside new ones, delves deep within and probes questions of loss, longing and healing.
According to the publishers, the book is a poetry lover’s delight.
”Arunoday’s poems are deceptively simple and painfully beautiful, exploring themes of stillness, pain, healing, light and dark. Beyond acting, he had a profound impact in people’s lives with his poetry, and we are so proud to publish this beautifully assembled volume,’ PRHI editor Radhika Marwah said in a statement. . Singh said he had always dreamed of publishing his poetry and was happy the collection was finally coming out. “I’m thrilled, and terrified, and proud, and terrified. And grateful that Radhika and the good folks at Penguin Random House were crazy enough to do it, ”Singh, known for starring in films such as ”Aisha”, ”Yeh Saali Zindagi”, ”Jism 2” and ”Main Tera Hero,” said in a statement. ”Unsung” is due out June 30 under PRHI’s ‘Ebury Press’ imprint.
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