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India, Oct. 8 -- For bibliophiles, the choice is never a tough one, for they more often than not believe that adaptations of books as TV or web-series, a film or even a play will never match up to the original text. And when it comes to books that have left a strong impact, the assertion naturally becomes more vociferous. It was with this trepidation that I headed to watch The Kite Runner based on Khaled Hosseini's first book, which was published in 2003 and spoke of friendship, betrayal and family ties set against the backdrop of the Russian invasion and the ravages that were wrought by the Taliban in Afghanistan. The large sweep of events, timelines, countries and languages certainly make it a challenging piece to be mounted on stage.
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