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Open Hassye Surgery, collection of Konkani satire released

Published On : 19 Apr 2017   |  Reported By : Canaranews Network


Mangaluru: Roshan Sequeira also known as Roshu Bajpe, popular for his humorous writings, released his book ‘Open Hassye Surgery’ a collection of humorous articles on Saturday, April 15, after the Easter mass, at St Joseph Church Ground.

Parish priest Fr Leo William Lobo released the book.

Roshan's mother Mary Sequeira, Alwyn Noronha, Fr Jeevan Sequeira, Fr Felix Noronha, Fr Derrick D’Souza, Santhosh D’Souza, vice president of Parish Council, and Sylvia Pasanna secretary of parish council were present among others.

The book contains 17 rib-tickling pieces in all. Fr Prashanth Madtha has written the preface to the book.

‘Open Hassye Surgery’ is Roshan's second book of satires.

‘Hassye Attack’ was his first humour book released.







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