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OUTLOOK Monday 30 March, 2015
Farewell Ed

Vinod would've been impressed at the turnout but taken the tribu­tes from friends, family & fraternity in his loopy stride. He'd have stuck to the five minutes given to speak, but for childhood pal Saeed Naqvi or long-time colleague Ajith Pillai, 'twas a tough ask. Sitting in front, Vinod's sister, wife Sumita, brothers Ashok and Harish, and Mark Tully.

No Presents For A Star

A normal show of husbandly affection that we all applaud, even consider proper. Yet, when it's shown by Reliance Industries Ltd CMD Mukesh Ambani at Aamir Khan's birthday party, people expect a comment. Well, there is none. Except that Mr Ambani, never one for ostentation, ignored for once the intruding lenses.

She Has Bass Instinct

Going by the random samples of behaviour exhibited by modern-day popstars (Katy, Britney, Gaga et al),  Evelyn Sharma, as seen here, is in character. For, in the upcoming movie Kuch Kuch Locha Hai, she is a pop­star. Of her taking guitar lessons (method acting, see?), Evelyn is making much. No one complains.



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