may not be the easiest thing in the world to do, but probably the
find one's calling.
does not make a memorable memoir either to mention at the twilight
of one's career and one's life to think...bitterly...I always
wanted to be a photographer...but never mind...you should see
some of the pictures I have taken of the watchman's son.
the watchman's son is probably doing what he always wanted to,
and there you are requesting a nephew to repair your old camera
that once took great pictures.
thoughts at the settled age of 32, two kids, nine years of happy
marriage and an old honeymoon camera to give it a shot.
quote he read somewhere was also quite handy: Think of the tortoise
my friend, he never moves forward till... he sticks his head out.
years down the line, Boman, two kids, fourteen years of happy
marriage and a whole lot of equipment to keep his old camera company
and a body of work he always had the faith to achieve.
he has shot the lot: from Miss Indias to Miss Worlds, from celebrities
to top models, from advertising campaigns to portfolios
that have launched many careers and from landscapes to his personal
black and whites that he enjoys the most.
avenues that have opened for Boman have no boundaries. It was
only by virtue of being a photographer that he came in contact
with the world of theatre, which has made him one of the most
sought after theatre actors in Bombay.
find ones calling. Not the easiest thing in the world to do,
but probably the most important.