Authors Video: How losing his life savings inspired Kureishi’s new novel 1 min read 6 years ago Zafar Anjum Hanif Kureishi has won a huge number of awards in his career, and was Oscar nominated for his screen writing. From his dazzling early success with My Beautiful Laundrette, to the novel the Buddha of Suburbia, Kureishi has offered a distinctive view of the issues of class, sexuality and religion. You need to login to view the rest of the content. Please Login. Not a Member? Join UsLike this:Like Loading... Tags: Hanif Kureishi Kureishi Love and Hate My Beautiful Laundrette Oscar nominated screen writing Continue Reading Previous Two poems by Desmond KonNext Pakistani-American author nominated for Broadway awards More Stories 2 min read 2021 author Authors Interview Creativity is an ‘aha moment’! – Shatrujeet Nath (Author, Vikramaditya Veergatha series) 2 months ago Editor_Kitaab 2 min read 2021 author Authors “I like the idea of channeling the sorts of stories that humans like to come back to…”- Kiran Bhat (Author, Girar) 2 months ago Editor_Kitaab 1 min read 2021 Authors Indian poetry Poetry Poets Writing love: Abhay K. and Anupama Raju in conversation 3 months ago Editor_Kitaab You must log in to post a comment.