Do you wear an apron or a cape? Indian women can help you to chose

Twinkle Khanna: Indian interior designer, newspaper columnist, film producer, author, and former film actress

Twinkle Khanna: Indian interior designer, newspaper columnist, film producer, author, and former film actress

Arab women, especially in the Gulf region, do not know much about Indian women except the disadvantaged poor ones who were forced to work in their homes under hellish conditions.

I admire Indian women, especially many smart ones I met during my work and travels, too many that I can’t remember their names because my memory fails me even when I am trying to remember the names of my loved ones sometimes.

Here is an example of such intelligent Asian women, Twinkle Khanna, speaking at at the Vogue Award Ceremony.

Arab women in the Gulf, even though the majority of you do not wear an apron because Asian women wear them to do the jobs you can’t or will not do, beware of flying objects. I am setting this warning alarm…. because some aprons might swing in the air while you are contemplating what to wear.

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