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Outlook asked a few celebrities for their fantasy I-Day party guestlist. Gandhi and Nehru dominated; Rakhi, Mayawati came a close second.


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Sep 07, 2009
In Praise Of Celebration

Those were pretty tame guest lists (Look Who’s Coming to Dinner)!

Anwaar, Dallas

Oh, what pretentious name-dropping!

Frank, Bangalore

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Sep 28, 2009
He The Man

Reader V.S. Sankaran’s comments disparaging Cho Ramaswamy in the letters column (Sept 7) were deplorable. That Cho is a multifaceted personality—editor, writer, playwright, lawyer, actor etc—is well-known.

Balachandran, Calcutta
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Sep 07, 2009
In Praise Of Celebration

Those were some tantalising laddoos in your Independence Day issue (Aug 24). My only peeve is that you chose Cho Ramaswamy, a small-time magazine editor, as a celebrity. He’s just a hanger-on in Jayalalitha’s durbar, with the queen preening as if she’s the only heroine in the state’s political theatre—even if in absentia.

V.S. Sankaran, Madurai
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Aug 14, 2009
10:30 PM
Pretty tame guest lists! Nobody wants to take any risks.
Anwaar
Dallas, United States
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Aug 18, 2009
12:22 PM
I agree, very tame. And some of teh names dropping is very pretentious!
Frank
Bangalore, India
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