Writing the Indian toy story4 min read 09 Sep 2010, 09:50 PM IST
Writing the Indian toy story
New Delhi: Sudarshan Khanna’s most riveting features are his hands. They aren’t particularly expressive or mobile, but they are mesmerizing because of how large they are and how gentle they can still be. With his Magic Spinner, for instance, he’s dealing with a slim twig, perhaps four inches long, with a cardboard cutout of a tree’s canopy at one end and a string tied to a cowry shell at the other.