I agree Roshan; facing up to things is always best.
Ann McCresh and Chris Jackson’s reunion after 26 years (‘I do, I don’t and I do (again!)’, February 20) proves true love conquers all. This was a couple who split up not because of irreconcilable differences, infidelity or squabbles but because Chris had a job that kept him away from home.
Even after they’d divorced, time and distance didn’t erode their love. Destiny brought them together for the second time and, as Ann says, this time it’s for keeps. I wish them a lifetime of togetherness.
W Lhat a fabulous love story! I thought this kind of thing happened only in movies. Reading about Ann and Chris left me amazed. I guess they were meant to be together. It was in the stars. ast week’s real-life story proves how amazing life – and love – is. I also enjoyed ‘Raw and simple’, with a smiley photo of chef Silvena Rowe.
Iloved reading the feature on Bollywood star Esha Gupta (‘Success takes more than hard work!’, February 20). I’m sure it’s not easy for a rank outsider like her to find a foothold in the fiercely competitive and extremely slippery world of Bollywood.
The fact that she’s not only landing roles but giving wannabe Bollywood aspirants tips on how to make it to the big screen is proof that she really knows her craft. Way to go, Esha! leaving you with a much bigger problem to tackle. Thank you for this very interesting feature.
The feature ‘Glam Time!’ in the beauty section (February 20) was very informative. The advice the Bollywood and Hollywood stars shared to help improve our skin and make-up were just awesome.
I particularly liked the tip from Katrina Kaif, who suggested applying ice on the skin just before putting on foundation. I tried this over the weekend and I must say I did notice a difference. Please include more such features in this section.