At nineteen, he had college students in Bombay dancing to his music. In his early twenties, he left the country and ended up hitchhiking across the Middle East before arriving in London with only the clothes on his back and his trusty guitar. What followed were years of hardship and struggle but also great music and gathering fame. From the nine-millionselling "Kung Fu Fighting" to the iconic youth anthem of "Made in India" and the numerous hits in between, Biddu's music made him a household name in India and elsewhere. In this first public account of all that came his way - the people, the events, the music tours and companies - Biddu writes with a wry sense of humour about his remarkable journey with its fairy-tale ending. Charming, witty, and entirely likeable, Biddu is a man you're going to enjoy getting to know.