Actor-filmmaker Sanjay Khan will come out with his autobiography next year which will present a candid and in-depth account of his life, his entry and career in movies besides his relationships and adventures.
In "The Best Mistakes of My Life", Khan also tells the story behind his "unique friendship" with Raj Kapoor, whom he calls his "childhood idol and the one who inspired my entry into films".
He says his life has been like a giant explosion, full of excitement and adventure.
When he was a child, he says, his friends would flock to him to listen to his stories while seeking his company, always curious to know what he was up to next.
"I never dreamt of the experiences, challenges and the fabulous life that was in store for me. I faced near-fatal accidents ranging from the studio fire to a helicopter crash," he says.
According to Khan, his life has been full of dynamic twists and turns, and unique surprises in Russia, Turkey, Iran and Lebanon.
The book is a journey down the memory lane with anecdotes about Khan's brother Feroze Khan, his guru Satyen Bose and his friend, philosopher and guide Chetan Anand.
The book will be published by Penguin Random House.
"Khan has had a rich and fascinating life full of adventure, and life changing moments. A great raconteur of tales, the book will be replete with fascinating insights into Bollywood, creativity, relationships, and the socio-cultural times we live in," says Editor-in-Chief at Penguin Random House Milee Ashwarya,
Khan acted in numerous films, produced, wrote and directed three films and many iconic television series.
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