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How did Narayans attitude toward the filming of his novel change over the course of the projectIndian novelist RK Narayan finds himself in a difficult situation Well known producer Dev Anand will be transforming Narayans popular novel The Guide into a film When Narayan gets the news that big shot producer Dev Anand is anxious to make his novel into a film he is filled with joy and excitement However through the course of filming Narayan soon finds himself in a state of apprehension unhappiness and shockAnand and Narayans first meeting starts out joyous with a group of autograph-hunters awaiting Anands arrival Narayans nephews are fans of Anands as well They are both thrilled to see Anands handwriting on the letter sent just days before his arrival Within the first hour of their meeting Anand feels comfortable enough to ask Narayan What price will you demand for your story Narayan trusts Anand and feels confident the film would do well He asks for a slight advance and told Anand to go ahead Anand ensures Narayan that if the film turns out a success they will be on top of the world and the sky will be the limit The beginning months of filming are filled with a great sense of importance for Narayan He receives constant requisition to be present at press conferences and events Narayan learns to his excitement that this film will be the first time in history of Indian movie making to bring out one hundred percent Indian cast and Indian setting for an international audience Narayan continues to hear the phrase The sky is the limit as well as constant assurance the film will remain just as Narayan has written the novelNarayans early experience of filming his novel goes well However the excitement of filming will soon turn to a feeling of apprehension and shock While Narayan is
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