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Sreesanth can dance. And why not, if it brings in honest income, now that the Kerala paceman is forced by circumstances of his own making to let those lethal outswingers waste away in a house of horrors. The stage is the pitch now, and choreographer Sneha the receptacle of a hunky move. It's less taxing and is safer—unless Bhajji takes charge of the opposite number.
First he arrived late. Then he was amazingly subdued during the IPL final and just after KKR's amazing win. He even wore a Punjab jersey in solidarity with Preity. Has a lobotomy changed Shahrukh, asked disbelieving punters. A redemptory cartwheel pacified some. But other scratchy-heads said they were still thinking.
We first saw his bylines in the early noughties—an Indian name in the roster of Time's reporters from a roiling Iraq. Bobby Ghosh, editor, Time International, interviews Star India CEO Uday Shankar at the Paley Media Council in New York. The first Indian so honoured, Shankar, the brain behind Satyamev Jayate, made a case for using TV for conveying social messages.
Fashion icon. Not your pale Bollywood aper of the West, but such ferociously fleshly forgers of style as Lady Gaga, Iman, Kate Moss.... Rihanna was judged to be in the same league, and so awarded the CFDA award. Her now-famous dress raised hackles and blushes, but we arched our brows in stylish admiration.