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Saturday, August 20, 2011

Namita's novel

August 20, 2011: On Friday, I hosted a dinner for Namita Gokhale (pic) who was in Kolkata on my invitation for an interactive session on her recent novel Priya In Incredible Indya
Amit Chowdhury (pic), Suman Mukhopadhyay, Reba and Himachal Som also joined us over dinner and our conversation revolved mostly around Anna Hazare and the changing of West Bengal to Paschimbanga. 
This has been quite a literary weekend in Kolkata with three book readings and some other launch events, including Namita, Swapan Seth, and Aatish Taseer’s new novel Noon. Then, there is the Tarun Tahliani bridal couture exposition at The Park tonight and a painting exhibition at The Oberoi Grand being organised by Isha Modi.
Moon Moon Sen
I think, given the sheer number of events and functions that we have, the celebs of Kolkata surely will find it helpful to hone up their time management skills in order to make it to all of the events and functions. There is also the city’s traffic factor that gets worse by the day.
As far as the book reading at The Conclave is concerned, Moon Moon Sen did a fantastic job in just a day's notice. 
Rita Bhimani, Namita Gokhale, Moon Moon Sen and Sujata Sen
I am really thankful to her that she filled in for Suhel Seth’s absence in such a commendable way. Let me mention that it was the first time for her. 
Sujata Sen, Director from British Council also attended the interactive session along with Rita Bhimani who moderated the evening.
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