Even an actor has real feelings. Advertising honcho Rajeev Ravindranathan, most recently seen as a not-so-good guy in the Bollywood hit Three Idiots, has a point to make when he takes on the notion of culture being sequestered in cities.
“I’m not a Mangalorean but I love their food, and I’m not a Bangalorean but I live here,” he says. What is this about cities, anyway? Whose fault was it that India was organized into states on the basis of language? And why do we get so parochial over who is allowed to inhabit and work in our cities?
Questions that point to one simple answer: One Small Line. That’s all you need to draw to live in harmony in a tired world.
Join Rajeev and others like him at ‘One Small Love – Bangalore for Mangalore‘, a concert that stresses the notion of one love, one world.
Draw the line. Spread the love.