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Tuesday, July 17, 2007
They promise to reach out to the poor and needy, spread the message of peace, raise funds for the sick and ailing. But once the pageant is over and the crown is in place, our beauty queens suffer from memory lapse. Instead of saving the world, their sole aim in life becomes owning the world. If they ever do any social service or charity, they go on a publicity overdrive.
We stumbled upon one such beauty queen who has not been heard of doing any charity work ever since being crowned Miss India in 2004. When we asked actress Tanushree Dutta about it, she did not seem willing to answer. After much persistence, she said: "I'm doing my own part in my own way and I do not think I need to boast about it in the media."
Guess this Bong bombshell has other things to boast about.
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