Twinkle Khanna: Lived like children

“I wish we lived like children. Run till you are out of breath, flop on the grass, stare at clouds, jump up again, chase a squirrel around every tree in the park, walk on your hands because the world looks different upside down, climb little hills and roll down the other side, do somersaults . . . just because you can. What do we do instead? We surround ourselves with all these big and small blinking screens, while our bodies and minds slowly forget how to tumble, how to wonder, how to live.” 

― Twinkle Khanna. 


Twinkle Khanna: Undermining

By calling a woman ‘sexy’ in a working environment, you are undermining everything she has worked for, the stereotypes she has had to break, the pride she takes in her abilities, and the inevitable guilt that she feels about not being home with her children, just to be there in that office, trying to make her place in the world.”

—Twinkle Khanna.

Twinkle Khanna: Selfies

“In the last year, I have posed for more selfies than I can count; with short people where I have to hunch over and tall people where I have to stand on my tiptoes, with fat people where I am pushed to one corner of the frame and with thin people where I am hogging most of the turf.”
—Twinkle Khanna.

English: During the event of people magazine issue

During the event of people magazine issue (Photo credit: Wikipedia)