You won’t find P.C. Sorcar Jr. at any Wizard Rock shows any time soon. In fact, we’re guessing he hasn’t so much as cracked the spine on the first tome in the series: Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone.
The son of the most famous Indian magician of all time, who has made a tremendous name for himself as a grand illusionist does not take kindly to being referred to as the Dumbledore of Indian magic.
Here is his response…
“Sorry to tell you, but Rowling madam is a liar,” he says, as Maneka laughs, amused at her father’s conviction and lack of subtlety. “Harry Potter isn’t her imagination. There have been many Harrys in magic, starting from Harry Houdini to Harry Keller. And Richard Potter was a famous African-American magician,” he says.
Isn’t all fiction writing lying? For that matter, isn’t much of magic lying?
Sorcar is performing from June 12 to the 18th at Vishnudas Bhave, Vashi to help benefit cancer patients.
Just don’t mention Harry Potter.