Due out in October 2012, the book follows renewed interest in rock autobiographies thanks to bestsellers by Aerosmith's Steven Tyler and The Rolling Stones' Keith Richards and an upcoming release by Neil Young.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Rod Stewart, the raspy-voiced rocker, will publish his memoirs next year, promising to "hold nothing back" in detailing a career in which he sold more than a 100 million records, survived cancer and romanced a string of blond bombshells.
Stewart's book, which is yet to be titled but will be published worldwide by Random House, comes as he has toned down his rock and roll act, concentrating on remaking standards by everyone from Cole Porter to George Gershwin.
He lives like a playboy, dating women at will and showing no signs of settling down.
The moral dilemma of the story intensifies as Sibin slowly falls for his best-friend’s newly wedded wife (played by Remya Nambeeshan).
As in a complex tapestry, these 4 stories interlace each other and thus also explore how minor individual decisions affects the decisions and lives of total strangers.
In the first story Shankaran (played by Jayasurya) is a Kathakali dancer who is living in London illegally working.
"It is a funny old thing telling my life story but I truly intend to hold nothing back," Stewart said in a statement.
"Forget skeletons in the closet; this one's going to be socks and knickers under the bed." Born in North London, Stewart left school at 15 and had his start with The Ray Davies Quartet, which later become The Kinks, before his first big break in 1967 when he teamed up with the Jeff Beck Group, where he joined Jeff Beck of the Yardbirds and Ronnie Wood, who went on to join The Rolling Stones.
More than any other influence, I would have to credit Mad Magazine with single handedly steering me towards a career as a professional illustrator.
I was home sick from school in March of 1972, ten years old, and it was my Mother’s habit to bring us home a magazine to cheer us up and give us something to do while sniffling on the couch.
With his village and art taken away he feels like a lost- soul trying to make sense of this big city, Shankaran lives a life of alienation and fear but he is willing to take it all for the girl he loves immensely back home.