This month, SodaBottleOpenerWala celebrates its first anniversary in Hyderabad.
To rekindle the joy of reading and imagination SodaBottleOpenerWala features Clement Desylva’s book ‘Bandra Buggers & Sons’. SodaBottleOpenerWala actively supports such initiatives and aims to encourage a lifelong passion for books and create a culture of adventure reading.
The launch was followed by Book reading session of Clement DeSylva’s Bandra Buggers by BS Prakash and Vijay Marur of the Little Theatre. The audiences attending the event were seen enjoying the excerpts from the book.
Bandra is one of the hippest and happening places in the city, filled with lingo that includes “where men”, “what men” and “I’ll break your legs and keep.”
Confused? Your one stop guide to decoding all the suburb has to offer comes in the form of Clement DeSylva’s book titled Bandra Buggers.
Clement says, “The book is about stories that have Bandra in the background. It’s about growing up in a middle class household. There are stories that track the changing times from the days when milk came in bottles with aluminum foil caps, to today’s tetra packed which lasts for three months. My grandmother doesn’t believe it can be healthy milk.”