It’s raining daughters in the Delhi papers—daughters of media barons, that is.
Mail Today has devoted at least four full tabloid pages over the past month to herald the launch of India Today founder Aroon Purie‘s daughter Kalli Purie‘s book on weight loss.
Today’s Times of India has a large story on the city pages announcing the exhibition of bossman Samir Jain‘s daughter Trishla Jain‘s new art exhibition at their famous 4, Tilak Marg residence.
In one of its power lists, India Today had mentioned Stanford-educated Trishla’s reported reluctance to return to India as one of Samir Jain’s biggest disappointments.
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So true! Not only do you have a media baron to underwrite your project but you are also ensured total publicity and attendance by the who’s who! Could anyone ask for more?!
You Bet!!!! Papa Knows Best! Stanford aquired knowledge can rest!!!!
when the last collection of done to death photoshopped artworks attracted the who’s who of bollywood,industry politics..and an overdose of press,one should have guessed as much..daddy’s little lucky girl!!