Amul tells it the way it is

January 11, 2008 at 9:53 pm Leave a comment

 

 The Amul girl has always been associated with a childlike innocence. So, it was very discomforting to see her in the midst of a heinous act. I think it’s a strong statement and a telling commentary. It also reflects the confusion and fear in people’s mind that this incident has caused: it could have been the utterly butterly girl on that fateful night.

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