This week started off as a Ram Navami week. In other words Ram’s birthday. It seemed a big thing this year: there were several lunch invites, one from Prathibha Prahlad, a known dancer. Read more
In the last ten days, I attended four events: from an iftaar to a birthday, a film show to a book release.
The last first: Humra Qureshi was releasing her book on Khushwant Singh which was a compilation of this thoughts on various things: from life, to death, to women and sex. Read more
I don’t know why Pratibha Advani, BJP iron man L K Advani’s daughter, does not join politics. She is young, articulate and bright: all things which a politician should be. Add to that the fact that she is low key and understated; doesn’t pitch for herself; is grounded and visibly content playing her father’s daughter at home but being entirely on her own at work. She has, over the years, even while being with her father, built an identity of her own, away from politics. Read more