the other three plots are concerned, they were sold in 1960 and changed ownership several times. My mother-in-law bought one of the plots. People living here hardly know or remember Rushdie’s family,” Kuckreja said.
She said she has not seen anyone from Rushdie’s family visit the place. “This locality is very peaceful and we had heard that Rushdie wanted to turn the bungalow into a resort for writers and artists,” she said.