“Losing yourself in a book is the ultimate relaxation,”
Reading has always been a part of my life, and I enjoy talking about the books after finishing them. We gain a lot of lessons from books, and they also motivate us to improve ourselves. There aren’t many books in the “travelogue” or “memoir” genre, but believe me, they’re fantastic reads. If they’re written by a reputable personality, you shouldn’t miss it ever. Aditya Raj Kapoor is descended from the Kapoor family, one of the most well-known in Bollywood. He is the son of Geeta Bali and the late Shammi Kapoor.
The epidemic has taught us many vital lessons, one of which is that life is unpredictable. Even before this stage, life has always been unpredictable, but we now understand the breadth and power of this truth. And it applies to everyone equally. True, not even the wealthiest or most well-known people are an exception. Even the most well-known celebrities are also people and aren’t immune to this truth. Another such personality is Aditya Raj Kapoor.
Aditya Raj Kapoor changed his course soon before beginning, even though it was virtually evident that he wanted to be recognised as a Bollywood actor. He gave up the idea of doing so when his spiritual Guru Ji advised him to just before he started his adventure as an actor. It was a permanent occurrence. However, he had previously worked for the fraternity as the Assistant Director.
After the death of his mother Geeta Bali, he thinks he acquired some ferocious animal characteristics. After her death, he had lost all sense of self. After that, Shammi Kapoor got remarried, and Aditya Raj Kapoor’s second mother stepped in to fill the void. He acknowledged that his second mother’s commitment and perseverance helped to transform him back into a human. He claims that the personalities of both of his moms were quite different. He also acknowledges the significant influence his forefathers had in his journey right from the start of his book. He treats them with the respect they deserve.
The book Quest, which was released by Evincepub Publishing and is a travelogue/memoir of Aditya Raj Kapoor’s voyage across the world, is really lovely to read. Anyone who want to go on this type of journey must at least experience it once. Not unexpectedly, the book has received several forewords from honourable individuals, with Jackie Shroff contributing the majority of them.
The author cherishes Quest and refers to it as his “soul travel” book. Why not? After all, he would have barely acquired this level of knowledge and experience working on a film set. Aditya Raj Kapoor, well known by his nickname Mickey, was anticipated to follow the illustrious route of the family to fame and acclaim. Even so, he had begun his career at RK Studio as an assistant director. Instead of going down the expected path, he ventured into many fields like business, spirituality, riding, and writing. At the ripe old age of 61, he gave motorcycling a go and embarked on a solo globe trip that spanned 35000 kilometres and a remarkable 18 nations.
It goes without saying why the author and his readers find this work to be so exceptional. Books of this type are unique in any case since readers might discover many things that the author had to learn the hard way. But because Quest is an extensive account of its author’s globe tour, it has considerably greater significance. Even now, having this experience is uncommon, therefore we can only image having it in the current pandemic situation.
Overall, Aditya Raj Kapoor’s writing is excellent. In these generally difficult times, Quest is prepared to spread a great deal of optimism. It would be a good choice for the reader to read.