Saturday, 24 August 2013

Tina Ambani's 'must haves'




I must have so acted ... I am unable to recall the role played by … It must have been transacted … He (Anil) must have attended the meeting, I do not recall as the meeting took place long back in 2006.

To most questions of the interrogators to do with the allegations that the company Swan was the front runner for her husband’s Reliance Telecom in the 2G spectrum allocation, Tina Ambani had the above to say. Now, if I understood business well enough, I would be sitting on CNBC showering my biz acumen around or getting it printed in peach-coloured news papers. While that I cannot dream of doing any time soon, here is what I can do – think and think back!

I wonder if you see what I see - the epic usage of 'must haves'. 

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17 comments:

  1. Ignorance is bliss, what is feigning ignorance?

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    1. Haha ... smart question, Indrani. I should have included it in the post for readers to answer that. To me, feigning ignorance is cheating - others as well as your own self.

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  2. It is not ignorance Sakshi and Indrani, it is what the battery of lawyers owned by Anil have told her to tell, lets hope law prevails and truth comes out

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    1. Of course, that is something everyone is aware of. Anil himself said pretty much the same things. :) That's why this satire! Thanks for reading! :)

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  3. Just a matter of time before we see your byline in every newspaper and publication in town, right? Even the peach colored ones!
    Poor Tinaji. Surely she can seek treatment for such acute amnesia at any one of the hundreds of hospitals she runs. I think she deserves some charity on herself!
    Frankly, I don't care for her life after she wed Reliance. I just thought she was perhaps the prettiest woman we have ever had in Bollywood. Couldn't act to save her life - she didn't need to. For that she had her middle-aged heroes in block heels na!

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    1. You are right, Rickie. With medical assistance at hand (or in the pocket!) she can seek treatment in one of her own hospitals. After all, charity does begin at home!
      She was the prettiest face on screen in her times, if not 'ever'. She did not need to act then, but how circumstances change; she does need to act now! :)

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  4. Like indrani said. Behave like you were born yesterday and take no credit for the seeds sown day before yesterday

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  5. Selective amnesia? Whatever works for Ms Ambani. Sakshi, you remember more about her than she does about herself. Nice take.

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    1. Indeed, whatever works for her! :) PS- I took help from my mother, Alka. She did remember a lot, and perhaps more than Tina Munim remembers it herself! :) Thank you for liking the piece!

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  6. Apparently she's a simple housewife and a social worker.. what can I say!? :-|

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    1. haha! :P Thanks for reading, Shreesha! :)

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  7. I have a question. If we focus our attention on the wrongs and rights of others aren't we somehow getting distracted from the right path? The wrongs that people have done why does it have to command so much of our attention?
    There are so many beautiful things to focus on and we cannot even correct or somehow change. I am confused sigh!

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    1. Hello there, 'Unknown',
      I know what you mean. At a spiritual level, I totally agree with you. The energy we "waste" in finding faults with others should be spent in generating goodness within our own selves.

      However, I am yet to find my 'Right Path', or even understand what it means. For now, concentrating on what's Not Right helps us see the Right in even better light, and to be valued more ...if you know what I mean. :)

      Thanks for stopping by! :)

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