One look at the coffee table promotional book for BLUE and one wonders aloud - 'Why isn't this book being made available on the stands for a consumer to pay and read?' Though the book, well titled as 'The Blue Adventure', has replaced the usual publicity brochure approach followed by majority of films. It boasts of an amazing design, layout and most importantly content that sets it apart from anything that one has seen in the past when it comes to pre-release content released by the makers of a film.
However, before one starts wondering if 'The Blue Adventure' is primarily following the synopsis along with cast and crew interviews, director Anthony D'Souza, who is the mastermind behind the book, starts opening his cards. What follows from this point on is an exhilarating journey in itself that has strong visuals supporting some intriguing content.