Sylvia (2003), directed by Christine Jeffs. For the girl who lived and died with so much poetry in herself, this movie is a great effort to encapsulate the greatness and get a taste of the vulnerability she lived by. (IMDb rating 6.6/10)
Manhattan (1979), directed by Woody Allen. This biopic talks beautifully about Manhattan and the things it did to writer's mind. They go to art movies and concerts and eat Chinese food in bed and play racquetball. (IMDb rating 8/10)
Adult World (2013), directed by Scott Coffey. To get anything great on the page is not easy. Even if it does it is followed by a story, a conflict, and maybe a few attempts. This movie is honest and wry. (IMDb 6.2/10)
1. Dan Brown. The Da Vinci Code, Inferno & The Lost Symbol are fast-paced, gritty & rousing stories that will hold you back to your chair for long.
2. Ashwin Sanghi. He is today's leading Indian writer in the fiction-thriller genre who has given us The Rozabal Line, Chanakya's Chant and The Krishna Key.
3. Jeffrey Archer. Known for his The Clifton Chronicles series, Jeffrey knows well how to engage his readers till the last page of his books. Not to forget, Kane and Abel Series and Not a Penny More, Not a Penny Less are also one of his fine works.