Dalrymple's anarchy moved me pleasantly, Arjun Chakrabarty in his favorite book

It seems Arjun Chakrabarty He is making the best use of these tasting moments as the talented actor has relentlessly indulged in his second hobby - reading while the first one continues to work. “I love spending my free time reading books and exercising. Since I can't go to the gym, I'm doing basic stretches and some bodyweight exercises at home just to keep in touch so my body doesn't crash when I finally lift weights back at the gym.

Her reading list is sure to entertain any book junkie, as it includes different genres, from thrillers and fiction to history and politics: Lee Child's past, Alex Michaelides The Silent Patient, Murakami's Men Without Women, Mohsin Hamid ’S Go west , Shashi Tharoor ’S An Era of Darkness.

So, what's your favorite read till now? Being a huge fan of William Dalrymple , Arjun reveals, Dalrymple's S Anarchy ... you've moved me pleasantly because he's a history who tells you the story like a novelist. Among the works of fiction, I loved The Silent Patient. Haven’t been reading too many thrillers of late, so this was a welcome break. ” Being an extremely passionate book lover, Arjun adds, “Despite enjoying old-school paperbacks and hardcovers, I also use the Kindle to read. Makes it easy to carry multiple titles. ”

On the work front, Arjun was last seen in Pratim D Gupta directed ‘Love Aaj Kaal Porshu’ opposite debutant Madhumita Sorcar. The film also had Paoli Dam in a pivotal role. Arjun will next be seen in Subhrajit Mitra ’S next‘ Abhijatrik ’. In the film, Apu will relive his childhood through the eyes of his son, visiting Benaras and his village Nischindipur. We will soon relive the world of Apu - the iconic character of Satyajit Ray ’S‘ Apu Trilogy ’in Subhrajit’ S period film.