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07-23-2009, 01:47 PM #1
Fan flicks Saif’s glares
When an advertisement in a newspaper invited Amdavadis to meet their much-loved Saif Ali Khan ‘Kal Nahi Aaj’ at a local mutiplex on Wednesday, fans gathered to meet their favourite star.
Youth (interestingly, more boys than girls) from across the city were gathered at the multiplex to get a glimpse of the Love Aaj Kal star when suddenly Saif realised that his prized Dolce & Gabbana sun glasses were missing.
So, while fans everywhere wanted to get a click, one of them managed to flick. A ‘fan’ laid hands on Saif’s favourite pair of Dolce & Gabbana glares and disappeared much to the chagrin of the actor, who had matched his glares with his white T-shirt.
Saif, who had walked in to the venue with shades, tucked them onto his T-shirt when the lights dimmed. Soon, Saif got comfortable and kept his glares on the table. That was the last he saw them. Just as he was making a hasty exit, he remembered his glares and came back to pick them up from the dais.
But he wasn’t quick enough. Someone had taken a liking to Saif’s possession to cherish it as part of ‘flicked’ memorabilia.
Commenting on his loss, Saif said, “I was quite fond of the Dolce & Gabbana shades that were picked up during a crowded press conference but I console myself with the thought that a fan wanted it as a memento, which he managed to get. Actually I am happy for the fan. It’s okay, it’s not the end of the world, life goes on.”
And this wasn’t the only thing that was flicked. Director Imtiaz Ali lost his wallet with all his important cards. He said, “The worst part is that I had my driving licence in the wallet and now, I’m left with no identity proof.” A dignified Imtiaz didn’t create a scene but went about blocking all his cards. What lies ahead is the mundane process of getting a new licence.
Recollecting the episode, Imtiaz said, “We were entering the very crowded venue when I felt someone touch my posterior. The next thing I knew was that my wallet had been filched. There was not much cash in it, about Rs 2,000 and some credit and debit cards that I have got blocked. But the biggest loss is my driving licence, which will take some effort to replace. It hasn’t put me off Ahmedabad in the least because this is really my fault. I was the irresponsible one. Then again, this is something that can happen to anyone.”
07-23-2009, 07:49 PM #2
07-24-2009, 12:35 PM #3
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