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Born(1947-05-19)May 19, 1947
DiedMarch 23, 2016(2016-03-23) (aged 68)
NationalityIndian
CitizenshipIndia
Occupation
  • Writer
  • Filmmaker
  • Poet
Spouse(s)Chetana Kohli

Suresh Kohli was born in transit on 19 May 1947 during partition. He lived in New Delhi and Mumbai. He started as a poet in English and published the first volume of the verse, “Death’s Epicure” written between January 1965 and December 1969 (Writers Workshop, Calcutta, 1970). He is known as a writer, translator, editor literary critic and film historian. He has so far published over thirty five books.

He had the privilege of interviewing several distinguished writers, poets, critics, playwrights, dancers, musicians, painters, film actors and filmmakers of national and international repute in print and electronic media. Amongst them:

Writers: Madame Nathalie Saurrate (French), John Arden (US), RK Narayan, Raja Rao, Mulk Raj Anand, Vikram Seth, Arundhati Roy, Khushwant Singh, K A Abbas, Amitabh Ghosh, Shashi Tharoor, A K Ramanujan, Nissim Ezekiel, P Lal, Keki Daruwalla, Nayantara Sahgal, Shashi Deshpande, Kamala Das, Upamanyu Chatterjee (English), Ali Sardar Jafri (Urdu), Sitakant Mahapatra (Oriya), Subhash Mukjopadhyaya (Bengali)

Film Makers/Actors: Satyajit Ray, Basu Bhattacharya, Vijay Anand , Dev Anand, Rishi Kapoor

Painters, dancers, musicians: Jatin Das, Raghu Rai

Suresh Kohli’s work has been screened and discussed in various forums across the globe. Suresh Kohli's Website: http://sureshkohli.net[1]

Career[2][3][4]

SURESH KOHLI chose to be Self Employed most of his life. He did work for short periods with, News Journals, Magazines and Publishing Houses.

He wrote extensively in regular columns of Local Newspapers, National Dailies and Magazines on Hindi Cinema, Poetry and Literature. To name a few, he wrote for The Hindu, Hindustan Times, The Tribune, Deccan Herald, [5]Mid Day, The Illustrated weekly of India, Debonair, Swagat and many more.

He made a 13 episode Television serial called Rishte Naate in 1984[2]. He made biopics on writers, poets, artists, photographers and other important personalities, making a total of over 100 films between 1992-2016.

Some of his Important assignments include-

· Worked for a magazine called “Congress for Cultural Freedom” (Late 1960’s)

· Columnist at The Hindu (Blast from the Past)[3]

· Editor at National Book Trust (1971-1972)

· Chief Editor at Arnold Heinemann (1973-1974)

· Chief Editor at Sterling Publishers (1974-1975)

· He set up his own publishing house called Chetana Publications (1976-1980)

· Columnist at Illustrated Weekly (monthly column Guftagu)[4]

· Columnist at The Tribune[6]

· Columnist at Deccan Herald[7]

· Editor in Chief, Om Books International (2007 to 2010)

Films[2]

1980-1990[2]

NAME OF THE FILM/TELEVISION SERIES SUBJECT YEAR YEAR OF TELECAST NETWORK
Rishte-Naate

A film by Suresh Kohli

Fiction: 13 episodes 1986 March-May (1987) Doordarshan

1990-2000 [8] [9]

NAME OF THE FILM/TELEVISION SERIES SUBJECT YEAR YEAR OF TELECAST NETWORK
Focus on Letters

A film by Suresh Kohli

C. Affairs 1990 1990 Doordarshan
Aadhar Telefilm 1992 1992 Doordarshan
Many Freedoms

A film by Suresh Kohli

Docu-Biog 1993 1993 onwards Doordarshan
Indian Publishing Industry

A film by Suresh Kohli

Documentary 1994 1994 Doordarshan
A Poet’s Journey

A film by Suresh Kohli

Docu-Biog 1994 1994 Doordarshan
Indian Literary Legends

A film by Suresh Kohli

Docu-Biog (5 episodes) 1995 1995-1996 Doordarshan
Kashmir in Indian Poetry

A film by Suresh Kohli

Documentary (2 episodes) 1996 1996 onwards Doordarshan
Chetna

A film by Suresh Kohli

Telefilm 1997 1997 Doordarshan
Freedom Struggle and Indian Poetry

A film by Suresh Kohli

Documentary (6 episodes) 1998 June-August (1998) Doordarshan
Kashmir in Indian Literature

A film by Suresh Kohli

Docu-drama (5 episodes) 1998 1998-1999 Doordarshan
Glimpses of Manipuri Poetry

A film by Suresh Kohli

Documentary (4 episodes) 1999 1999 Doordarshan

2000-2010[1][10]

NAME OF THE FILM/TELEVISION SERIES SUBJECT YEAR YEAR OF TELECAST NETWORK
Kashmir in Kashmiri Literature

A film by Suresh Kohli

Docu-drama (4 episodes) 2000 2000 Doordarshan
Milestones in Indian English Writing

A film by Suresh Kohli

Documentary (2 episodes) 2001 2001 Doordarshan
Kamarupa Kavita

A film by Suresh Kohli

Documentary (2 episodes) 2002 2002 Doordarshan
Taalash Fiction (7 episodes) 2003-2004 2004 Doordarshan
A Writer & His Times: Mulk Raj Anand

A film by Suresh Kohli[10]

Docu-Biog 2000 Sahitya Akademi
On Her Own Terms: Shashi Deshpande Docu-Biog 2003 Sahitya Akademi
No Flights of Fantasy: Khushwant Singh

A film by Suresh Kohli

Docu-Biog 2003 Sahitya Akademi
Landscapes of the Mind: Sitakant Mahapatra

A film by Suresh Kohli

Docu-Biog 2004 Sahitya Akademi
Books in the New Millenium Documentary in English and Marathi 2000 National Book Trust India
Best of Indian Fiction: Aadaan-Pradan[6] Documentary in Hindi and English 2002 National Book Trust India
Kashmir in Indian Poetry

A film by Suresh Kohli

Documentary (One hour) 2003-2004 Ministry of External Affairs, Government of India, New Delhi
Till the Pen Falls: Khushwant Singh 90

A film by Suresh Kohli

Documentary 2004 Ministry of External Affairs, Government of India, New Delhi
Through A Lense Clearly: Raghu Rai's India

A film by Suresh Kohli

Docu-Biog 2008 Ministry of External Affairs, Government of India, New Delhi
A Trembling flame: Mulk Raj Anand

A film by Suresh Kohli

Docu-Biog 2009 Sahitya Akademi
Gopi Chand Narang:

A film by Suresh Kohli

Docu-Biog 2009 Sahitya Akademi

2010-2020

NAME OF THE FILM/TELEVISION SERIES SUBJECT YEAR YEAR OF TELECAST NETWORK
History Live: Dr. Karan Singh

A film by Suresh Kohli

Docu-Biog 2010 2011 IIC and other public screenings including at India House, London
The Writer for all Seasons: Nanak Singh

A film by Suresh Kohli

Docu-Biog 2011 2012 Sahitya Akademi
Magic Realism and After

A film by Suresh Kohli

Documentary 2011 2012 Ministry of External Affairs, Government of India, New Delhi
The World of Jatin Das

A film by Suresh Kohli

Docu-Biog 2012 2013 Films Division- Ministry of Information and Broadcasting Government of India
Bhatka Hua Akelapan

A film on Kailash Vajpai

By Suresh Kohli

Docu-Biog 2015 2015 Sahitya Akademi
From Fear set Free

A film on Nayantara Sahgal:

by Suresh Kohli

Docu-biog 2015 2015 Sahitya Akademi
An Island by Himself film on Khwaja Ahmed Abbas:

by Suresh Kohli

Docu-biog 2014 2014 Sahitya Akademi
Legends of Urdu Literature

By Suresh Kohli

A TV series on well known Urdu writers and poets.

13 episodes

2014 2014-15 Doordarshan

Books[11]

1970-1980

NAME OF THE BOOK YEAR PUBLISHER
The Verdict: Hindi Play by Lalit Sehgal translated to English by Suresh Kohli 1970 A Writers Workshop Bluebirds Book
Mr. Abhimanyu: A play written by Lakshmi Narain Lal translated by Suresh Kohli 1971 Motilal Banarsidass
Sex and Violence in Literature and Arts: Edited by Suresh Kohli 1973 Sterling Publishers Private Ltd.
Modern Indian Short Stories: Edited by Suresh Kohli 1974 Arnold Heinemann
Aspects of Indian Literature the Changing Pattern: Edited by Suresh Kohli 1975 Vikas Publishing House Pvt Ltd.

1980-2000

NAME OF THE BOOK YEAR PUBLISHER
Compromises 1982 Ajanta Publications
Savvy: Stories by Indian Women Writers 1992 Arnold Publishers

2000-2010

NAME OF THE BOOK YEAR PUBLISHER
Taj Mahal: Making of a Motion Picture 2006 Om Books
Modern Indian Short Stories 2008 Imprint One

2010-2020[12]

NAME OF THE BOOK YEAR PUBLISHER
I am Not An Island: Autobiography of Khwaja Ahmad Abbas edited and introduced by Suresh Kohli 2010 Imprint One
An Evening In Lucknow[11] 2011 Harper Perennial; 2011 edition
Bobby: The Complete Story 2012 Harpercollins
Stories from Modern India 2013 Om Books International
Wages Of Love: The Uncollected Writtings Of Kamala Das[11] 2013 Harpercollins
An Evening In Paris and Other Stories: Stories by Khwaja Ahmad Abbas edited by Suresh Kohli 2014 Om Books International
Sardarji and other stories 2014 Om Books International
Mera Naam Joker: The Complete Story 2014 Harpercollins; new edition
The Dark River: Author- Krishan Chander translated by Suresh Kohli[11] 2014 Harper Perennial
An Evening in Calcutta[11] 2015 Publisher-HarperCollins; first edition
The Naxallites 2015 Niyogi Books

Articles[13][14][15][16]

Suresh Kohli has written hundreds of articles on a range of subjects like poetry, literature, Literary criticism and Cinema over the years. Here is a glimpse of a few of his writings including literature, book reviews, interviews with writers and other eminent personalities,cinema and theatre and much more. The list below gives a glimpse of his selected work over past four and a half decades.( from 1969-2015)

Book reviews[13][14][17]

1970-1990

NAME OF THE ARTICLE NAME OF THE BOOK AUTHOR TRANSLATOR PUBLISHER YEAR PRINTED BY
Indian Poetry in Translation Dialogue Publications October 1970 Indian and Foreign Review
From Over The Border Poems By Faiz Faiz Victor Kiernan, George Allen and Unwin (from Urdu to English) October, 1971 Shankar’s Weekly
Memoirs of an Unfinished Women[13] Kamala Das: My Story Kamala Das Sterling Publishers March 1976 India Today
A New Collection of an Old Hat Collected Shot Stories of Khushwant Singh Khushwant Singh John Dayal Publishers November, 1989 The Times of India

1990-2020

NAME OF THE ARTICLE NAME OF THE BOOK AUTHOR TRANSLATOR PUBLISHER YEAR PRINTED BY
Review by Suresh Kohli[17] Ignited Lines Meena Chopra December, 1996 The Hindu
Ambitious Attempt The Buffalo Thief Yojana Sharma August, 1999 The Hindu
The Song of Mahatma Gandhi Never Gandhi Not Again Omesh Saigal October, 1999 Discover India

2000-2010

NAME OF THE ARTICLE NAME OF THE BOOK AUTHOR TRANSLATOR PUBLISHER YEAR PRINTED BY
A People In Transition Being Indian Pavan K. Varma Viking Penguin June, 2004 Swagat
Moulding a Killer A Reluctant Assassin N. Partha Sarthi Star Books March, 2005 A Media Transasia Publication
The New Wordsmith Q And A Vikas Swarup Double Day July, 2005 A Media Transasia Publication
Adding Wings To Similes Selected Poems by Gulzar Pavan Varma Pavan Varma (from Urdu to English) Penguin Books May, 2008 The Hindu
By Night and De Superstar India Shobha De June 2008 Power Politics
Mantonama: Tales of a Master Storyteller Naked Voices: Stories and Sketches Saadat Hasan Manto Rakshanda Jalil (from Urdu to Englsih) Roli Books February, 2009 Power Politics
Mantonama: Tales of a Master Storyteller Bitter Fruit: The Very Best of Saadat Saadat Hasan Manto Khalid Hasan Penguin Books February, 2009 Power Politics
The Music Man and his non-musical journey to fame[14] A.R. Rahman- The Musical Penguin Books August, 2009 Indian Perspectives

2010-2020

NAME OF THE ARTICLE NAME OF THE BOOK AUTHOR TRANSLATOR PUBLISHER YEAR PRINTED BY
Coast to Coast Following Fish Samantha Subramanan Penguin Films July, 2010 TravelX
Coast to Coast Leela: A Patchwork Life Jerry Pinto Penguin Viking July, 2010 TravelX
Truth as Fiction or True Fiction The Scalpel H.S. Rissam Rupa Publishers January, 2011 Swagat
Banner was Born The Navketan Story: Cinema Modern Siddharth Bhatia Harpercollins January, 2012 Indian Perspectives
Indian Rites of Passage Indian Travel Narratives Somdatta Mandal Rawat Publications (Jaipur) September, 2010 TravelX

Hindi cinema[18][15]

1970-1980

TITLE YEAR PRINTED BY
The Deceptive Magic of Satyajit Ray March, 1970 The Tribune
Dilip Kumar groomed to Perfection April, 1971 The Tribune
Amitabh Bachhan: A Poetic Visage August, 1971 The Tribune
The Images of Indian Cinema to Approach Impact, Problems and Paradoxes (Parts 1,2 and 3) January, 1972 Design

1980-1990

TITLE YEAR PRINTED BY
Pangs and Joys of Low-Budget Films October, 1982 Statesman
Cinema: The New Political Trump Card February, 1984 Free Press Journal
Night Out (Article on Sagar Sarhadi) May, 1985 The Illustrated Weekly

1990-2000

TITLE YEAR PRINTED BY
Gentleman Politician (Article on Sunil Dutt) April, 1992 The Tribune
Time Waits For Her (Article on Vaijantimala) April, 1992 Delhi Mid day
The Images that Bind (Article on Gulzar, Majrooh Sultanpuri, Shailendra October, 1996 The Hindu
The Success Story (Article on Mahesh Bhatt) June, 1997 The Hindustan Times
Our Congress Man in China (Article on Sunil Dutt) June, 1990 Sunday Mid Day
Poignant Memories (Article on Nargis Dutt) June, 1996 The Hindustan Times
The Great Betrayal (Article on Raj Kapoor and Zeenat Aman) June, 1996 The Hindustan Times
Life without Raj Kapoor August, 1996 The Hindustan Times
The Natural Charmer (Article on Smita Patil) December, 1996 The Hindustan Times

2000-2010

TITLE YEAR PRINTED BY
Notes of Naushad…Tuneful as Ever May, 2004 The Hindu
A Star and a Gentleman (Article on Sunil Dutt) July, 2005 Swagat
From Reel to Real: How Genuine are Film Biographies March, 2008 Indian Horizon
Postaron ke kadradaan September, 2008 Jansatta
Bollywood’s take on Terrorism February, 2009 India Corridor
Char Dil Char Rahen, 1959 (Blast from the Past) March, 2009 The Hindu
The Slumming India March, 2009 Power Politics
Indipops to Books! April, 2009 The Hindu

2010-2020

TITLE YEAR PRINTED BY
Yahudi, 1958 (Blast from the Past)[18] November, 2010 The Hindu
Highs and Lows January, 2011 Swagat
Colourful ‘Haqeequat’ (Article on Balraj Sahni) April, 2011 The Hindu
Blast from the Past (Article on Sazaa 1951)[15] July, 2011 The Hindu
Dirty Posters on the Wall May, 2012 Uday India

Literature[1][19][16]

1970-1980

TITLE YEAR PRINTED BY
Mulk Raj Anand and the ‘Morning Face’ September, 1970 Indian and Foreign Review
Indian Women Novelists in English November, 1970 Times Weekly
Protest in Indoor English Poetry March, 1972 Sunday World
Article on National Book Trust March, 1972 Weekly Roundtable
A sense of Detachment August, 1973 The Illustrated Weekly of India

1980-1990

TITLE YEAR PRINTED BY
The Alien Insiders (Article on Raja Rao, Kamala Markandaya and Bhabani Bhattacharya) 1981
The Poets of Punjab (Article on Amrita Pritam and Others) 1982 The Women of Punjab
A Passage to India May, 1982 Patriot
The Mind’s I June, 1984 The Illustrated Weekly of India
Night Out (Article on Short Story by Sagar Sarhadi, Translated by Suresh Kohli from Urdu to English) July, 1985 The Illustrated Weekly of India
A New Collection By An Old Hat (Article on Khushwant Singh) November, 1989 The Times of India

1990-2000

TITLE YEAR PRINTED BY
Bards Now and Then (Article on Arvind Krishna Mehrotra) December, 1994 The Hindu
A Recognition Long Overdue (Article on U.A.R Ananthamurthy) April, 1994 Business Standard

2000-2010

TITLE YEAR PRINTED BY
Writing Verse, Capturing Beauty (Article on Award Winning Malyalam Writer and Filmmaker M.T. Vasudevan Nair) February, 2005 The Hindu
The Novella’s Theme is Obscurantism (Article on Khushwant Singh) April, 2005 Swagat
The Century’s Very Own (Article on Mulk Raj Anand) December, 2005 The Hindu
In Her World (Article on Kamala Das) October, 2006 Swagat
Krishnan Chander: A Romantic Progressive[19] April, 2007 The Book Review
Poet of Unique Vision and Sensibility (Article on Gulzar) February, 2008 Power Politics
Adding Wings to Similes (Article on Pavan K. Varma) May, 2008 The Hindu

2010-2020

TITLE YEAR PRINTED BY
The Spring Sonata of a True Poet (Article on Gulzar)[16] November, 2013 Tribune

Poetry[1][11][20]

1970-1980

· Death’s Epicure? (Publisher- Writers’ Workshop Publication, Year-1970)

· Target for a Kiss (Publisher- Dialogue Publications, Year- 1972)

· Since decay impairs: love poems, 1966-1977 (Publisher- Indian Literary Review Editions, Year- 1978)[20]

· Alone in the Multitude (Publisher-Indian Literary Review; First Edition , Year- 1979)

Post 1980’s

· Tangled Wires (Publisher- Arnold, Year- 1991)

Lectures and persentations[21][22]

Interviews by Suresh Kohli[1][23][24]

Literature[1][25][23]

Pre 1970’s

“Ambivalence and Individuality”:Interview of Raja Rao by Suresh Kohli published in Indian and Foreign Review (June, 1969)

1970-1980

PERSON TITLE YEAR PUBLISHER
John Arden The Director’s Theatre February, 1970 The Times of India
Abraham Alkazi Indian Theatre Today April, 1970 The Times Of India
P.Lal Interview with P.Lal July, 1970 Indian And Foreign Review
R.K. Narayan Indian Fiction Writers in English July, 1970 The Bharat Jyoti
Nissim Ezekiel Nissim Ezekiel- Pursuit of Perfection May, 1971 Indian and Foreign Review

1990-2000

PERSON TITLE YEAR PUBLISHER
Mulk Raj Anand I don’t believe in Indian Critics December, 1993 The Hindu
Arvind Krishna Mehrotra Bards now and then April, 1994 Business Standard
Ali Sardar Jafri No more Literary Giants in Urdu July, 1996 The Hindu
Pavan Varma The ‘Baywatch’ Syndrome May, 1998
Shashi Tharoor I try to explore Indian Reality September, 1998
Vikram Seth Another Suitable Boy May, 1999 The Hindu

2000-2010

PERSON TITLE YEAR PUBLISHER
Amrita Pritam “I don’t wish to be labeled in any manner” Alone in the Multitude[25] July, 2000 The Sunday Tribune
Navtej Sarna Relationships exist in phases of incompleteness July, 2003 The Tribune
Kamala Das Still A Rebel Writer[23] August, 2006 The Hindu
Nandita Das “Direction is more consuming than acting” March, 2009 Swagat

Post 2010

“No Ray with Tagore”: Interview of Dilip Basu with Suresh Kohli published in The Hindu (March, 2012)

Hindi cinema[1][24][26]

Pre 1990’s

“The Medium is the Message”: Interview of K.A Abbas with Suresh Kohli published in India Today (May, 1976)[24]

1990-2000

PERSON TITLE YEAR PUBLISHER
Javed Akhtar ‘Urdu poetry is breaking away from the shackles of tradition and time’ March, 1996 The Hindustan Times- Sunday Magazine
Basu Bhattacharya Man, Woman and Basu Bhattacharya November, 1996
Dev Anand Out to break the jinx March, 1998 The Hindu-Sunday Magazine

2000-2010

PERSON TITLE YEAR PUBLISHER
Gulzar An Endearing Enigma December, 2004 The Hindu
Manoj Kumar Resurgent Bharat May, 2008 The Hindu
Nandita Das “Direction is more consuming than Acting” March, 2009 Swagat

Post 2010

“The Stage is Ideal”: Interview of M.S Sathyu with Suresh Kohli published in The Hindu (June, 2011)[26]

Writings on suresh Kohli and his work[1][27][28][29]

· “Ducklings No More Ugly”: Review of Suresh Kohli’s Poetry Book called “Target for a Kiss” published in Hindustan Standards (August, 1973)

· “Sex and Violence in Literature and Arts”: Review of Suresh Kohli’s Book by S.V.M published in Nagpur Times (March, 1974)

· “Battle for Literacy Journalism”: Article on Suresh Kohli by Uma Vasudev published in The Times Of India (June, 1982)

· “Listen, my Debutante”:Review of Suresh Kohli’s Book called “Compromises” by Anwar Azeem published in Patriot (June, 1982)

· “Interview with Suresh Kohli”:Interview on Television Series Rishte-Naate by Nakul Bhagat (1985)

· “Kohli Ke Peeche Kya Hai”:Article on Suresh Kohli by Ashwin Ahmed published in Express Newsline (June, 2001)

· “Experiments with Words”:Article on Suresh Kohli by Ziya Us Salam published in The Hindu (August, 2001)

· “Film on Kamala Suraiyya to be screened at Frankfurt”:Interview with Suresh Kohli published by The Hindu (July, 2006)

· “Moments of Familiarity”:Article on Suresh Kohli’s Poetry Book called “Closure” published in The Hindu (October, 2009)

· “Poeticizing Conversation, documenting photography”:Article on Suresh Kohli’s Poetry Book called “Closure” by Hemant Abhishek published in the The Asian Age (October, 2009)

· “Khushwant Singh at his candid best”:Article on Suresh Kohli’s film called “Milestones in Indian English Writing” by Hindu reporter published in The Hindu (November, 2009)

· “History Live:Quite a Feat, says Karan Singh”: Article on Suresh Kohli’s Film called “History Live” by Hindu Reporter published in The Hindu (May, 2010)

· “Last Lines”:Review of Suresh Kohli’s Book called “Closure” by Sreekumar Varma published in The Hindu (June, 2010)[27]

· “Vignettes of Life”:Review of Suresh Kohli’s Book called “An Evening in Calcutta” by Khalid Mohamed published in The Asian Age (August, 2011)[30]

· “People remember Abbas only for Saat Hindustani”: Article on Suresh Kohli’s view on K.A Abbas by Fiona Fernandez published in Mid-day (August, 2011)[28]

· “Staying Alive”:Article on Suresh Kohli by A.P.J published in Super Cinema (2011)

· “Unravelling Secrets of Indian Success Stories”: Article on Suresh Kohli’s Documentary Film called “Magic Realism” by Madhur Tankha published in The Hindu (Delhi) (Many, 2012)[29]

Other Writings

· “Natwar Singh Interview Responses”: Responses of Natwar Singh’s Interview with Suresh Kohli published in The Hindustan Times (September, 1969)

· “Natwar Singh Interview Responses (Letters to the Editor)”:Letters to the Editor regarding Natwar Singh’s Interview with Suresh Kohli published in The Hindustan Times (September, 1969)

· “Interwiew with Abraham Alkazi”:Interview with Abraham Alkazi (Theatre Personality) taken by Suresh Kohli published in The Times Of India (April, 1970)

· “The Homecoming”:Short Story written by Nandini Satpathy and translated by Suresh Kohli from Odiya to English published in The Times Of India (March, 1971)

· “Relevance of Traditional Drama”:Article by Suresh Kohli published in Mint (April, 1971)

· “Can Traditional Theatre Survive”:Article by Suresh Kohli published in The Tribune (January, 1972)

· “Academic Freedom”: Interview with G.D Khosla taken by Suresh Kohli published in The Times Of India (December, 1972)

· “Death of a City”: Article by Amrita Pritam translated from Punjabi to English by Suresh Kohli published in The Indian, Bombay (July, 1987)

· “ The Playboy at Work”:Article on M.F Hussain written by Suresh Kohli published in Delhi Mid day (March, 1992)

· “ No more a Dreamland”:Article by Suresh Kohli published in Mid day (October, 1992)

· “ Circles of Creativity”:Interview with Jatin Das taken by Suresh Kohli published in The Hindu (June, 1996)

· “ Still Searching for Delhi”:Article by Suresh Kohli published in Sahara Times (January, 2011)

Miscellaneous[31][32]

· “Recreating the magic”: Review by Suresh Kohli of the Book “Jaane Bhi Do Yaare” written by Jai Arjun Singh published by Harpercollins.

· “Bharatvarsh- A tiny Dream in the casket”: Review by Suresh Kohli of the Book “Bharatvarsh” written by Sitakant Mahapatra published by Adyant, review printed by Indian Horizon

· “Indian Cinema’s prima donna”: Article by Suresh Kohli published in Deccan Herald Sunday

· “Is the Industry a Pawn in Amitabh’s Power Game?”: Article by Suresh Kohli published in Stardust

· “Landscapes of the Mind: The poetry of Sitakant Mahapatra”: Article by Suresh Kohli published in Indian Horizon.

· “Vikas Swarup Narrator of Simple, Far placed Stories”: Interview of Vikas Swarup with Suresh Kohli published in Society.[31]

· “Myriad Perspectives”: Article on Suresh Kohli’s Book called “An Evening in Lucknow selected stories of K.A Abbas” by Tulsi Badrinath[32]

· “ Frozen in Time”: Article by Suresh Kohli on The Grand Canyon published in The Hindu

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