She was so brave. Thank good­ness for peo­ple like Mamta.

Friday - - Letters - NIVEDITA ROSHAN, DUBAI AN­NET CE­CIL THOMAS, DUBAI

Gauri Khan might well be mar­ried to a su­per­star and has enough wealth and power to last a lifetime, but in her in­ter­view with Fri­day she came across as somebody who is still very down to earth (‘The de­sign queen’, Septem­ber 5) . She proves that if we are will­ing to put in 100 per cent into our dreams then no­body can stop us from achiev­ing our goals.

Ithought the ar­ti­cle ‘Let my daugh­ter be a tomboy’ (Au­gust 29) was re­ally in­ter­est­ing. Although I pre­fer my Bar­bie dolls, I have friends who don’t, and I think each child has the right to choose whether he or she de­cides to be a tomboy or strictly fem­i­nine.

I’m glad Ruby has the con­fi­dence to wear a Spi­der-Man out­fit to a princess party – it shows she is com­fort­able with her own per­son­al­ity.

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