Uproariously funny and sharply critical, Husbands and Pumpkins and Other Stories brings out the quintessential style which we have come to associate with Gangadhar Gadgil witty, and realistic. The stories have an old-world charm and bring to life people and events. They also bring alive a different Mumbai- Mumbai as our parents and grandparents knew it. Mario Miranda’s distinctive cartoons complement Gadgil’s easy style of story telling and add colour to the characters. The book is thus a delightful combination of words and images and does not fail to leave a lasting impression on the reader’s mind.
No. Of Pages: 238
Year Of Publication: 2001