Mangaluru: The Fourth episode of NewsKarnataka.com’s latest show titled ‘Sunday Celebrity’ was held on Sunday January 23 at 8.00 pm IST.
The guest for the evening was Kishoo Barkur a Poet cum Writer. Floyd Kiran hosted the show and Valerian Dalmaida was the Co-host.
Floyd Nirkan introduced the guest and welcomed him.
Kishoo Barkur reminisced his childhood and recalled the days when he was selected to work in Baba Atomic Centre being the only person to be selected from Karnataka.
Answering Floyd’s curious question on the funny moment at work place described in one of Kishoo’s books, Kishoo put an insight into their duty free lottery investments in Abu Dhabi and the happiness they felt thinking not only them but their friend too didn’t win the lottery.
Speaking about his journey being a keen reader, he said, “My reading journey began in childhood. But, it was in high school, my addiction towards investigative fiction changed to serious literary genre.
Answering special ‘Celebrity Favourite’ session, he answered, Wherever it is possible I avoid formals and so Jeans and T-shirt is my favourite clothing.
Saying every moment of my life is happiest moment, he informed losing my parents was the sad phase in my life.
There happens several incidents in our lives wherein we will be cornered and think there is no way out. But with time every thing fits in. Such incidents in my life can be stated as turning points, said Kishoo.
Answering on his way out from stress and sadness he said, I avoid sitting alone and thinking. I involve myself with music and the current 60% activities in my life are extra but these keep me busy and so I have no way to be sad.
He shed light into his translation work and also read out certain parts from the book to the audience.
Answering Valerian on his dream, Kishoo said, Reading is my passion but currently a little sneak peek into mobile phone is snatching my entire reading hour but I do wish to read more. At the same time, continuing my Techno thriller novel which is lost due to hard disc crash is another pending work.
Saying, Whatever happens, happens for good and so never give up, Kishoo concluded his talk.
Thanking Kishoo for his valuable time and sharing his life experiences Floyd Kiran ended the session.