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Thursday, March 08, 2007
There have been countless other instances when Rimi Sen had proved her dumbness to the world and it happened yet again at the Hattrick music release
Making the media wait is nothing uncommon with the stars. So why should our very own Bengali babe Rimii Sen differ? So, for the music launch party of her latest flick 'Hat Trick', madam came late by 2 hours.
But a star is after all a star. So, the moment she walked in, the cameras started flashing and TV crews started running behind her with boom mikes to take interviews. But so engrossed was Rimi in throwing tantrums that she didn't even remember who the director of the film was!
When asked to comment about the director, Rimii said, "It was nice working with Milind... Milind..." and she could complete the name only when a journo prompted her. And guess what, even the first name wasnt Milind, it was Milan of Milan Lutharia.
You were lucky Rimii that Milind Luthria did not hear you! Or else, you know how fragile filmi egos are!
And that's not all. Ms Sen was at complete loss of words when asked about her cricket knowledge given the fact that the movie is based on cricket. Finally, giving up on that one too, one of the journalists asked her if she would want to say something to the Indian cricket team and got a dry 'Happy Holi' in reply.
We knew that beauty and brains don't go along, but didn't know it was so drastic in case of Rimii.
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