A Woman of Substance
Shabana Azmi who was in Singapore recently to star in a play and participate in the 13th International Indian Film Academy (IIFA) spoke to India Se’s cub reporter on social issues and the youth of India.
By Maya Tsering Bhalla
Clad in a smart block printed kurta and cream slacks, looking years younger than 61, and completely devoid of prima donna airs, Shabana Azmi flashes a reassuring smile with a warm “hello, come in” that dispels my nervousness and even invites my editor-in-chief and photographer to share a heaped plateful of kebabs that has just been served to her. Her interest piqued by our all-women team, she asks my editor which part of India she hails from and expresses keen interest in the magazine.
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