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When a person is in public gaze, his or her acts are under scanner. It is more so with celebrities,   especially in film world.

Rakhi Sawant, an item girl of Hindi cinema and one of the exquisite dancers who had some famed reality shows like "Big Boss", " Nach Baliye" and Rakhi ka Swyamwar" on her crown ,  told  media  in her Delhi  press meet, some years ago, appears to be whacky.   She should have restrained to make such caustic remarks.   There seems to be no qualms  by Rakhi and some media acted so irresponsibly by asking very  silly questions.  What precipitated further is Rakhi replied with equal breath.   Her lewd comments on yoga guru Baba Ramdev are not only offending but  totally uncalled for.  These are excerpts published
in Delhi Edition of  Times of Time of India on 28th July, 2011:

" I would not mind marrying Swami Ramdev. He has loads of money and drives expensive cars.   Baba toh aap logon ke liye hain.  Mere liye toh woh Swami hi hain.  I hope he does't call me ' behen'.  If Imagine TV plans to do anothr " Swayamvar" for me, they will have to get Swami Ramdev on the show.  In fact, I 'll try my best to get him on it."  "I find him hot.  He is sexy.  Haven't you ever seen his flat tummy ?  Bas ek baar shaadi kit mala unpe daal doon, unki aankh fadakna bhi band ho jayegi.

It appears that Rakhi made a publicity stint in this whole episode.   In the first place, the journalists should not have  asked  such tricky questions.   Further the actress  could   have shown some decency in her sarcastic and offending remarks on somebody who is also on public domain.  It  seems  that the journalistic ethos were severely jeopardized.  Rakhi by indulging in such non-sense comments  berated herself and her reputation was on the lowest ebb.

When she can't act responsibly as seen in whole incident,  the media should   have exercised caution while talking to her  on public platform.    The whole drama seems to have unfolded in an attempt by  media cashing on her obscene comments.    It raised serious questions of a woman's behaviour in public place.

The over-enthusiastic media responsible for publication equally requires a dressing down by Press Council of India.


 It is so natural for you to compare with others.  A healthy dose of competition of course, helps you to fine-tune your abilities.  But mechanical comparison will only take away the sheen of your life.

Each of us are unique.

Noted spiritual guruSadhguru Jaggie Vasudev says that every human being is endowed with unique talents by Almighty.   So we should not indulge in comparison wars.   So being envious of what others have or what others get more than you will only crpple you. This false comparison is mother of all the miseries.

As narrated by Sadhguru , a high ranking executive was brought to him by his relative to bring back to normalcy as he was so crippled  after his colleague got higher promotion than him. As the story went, this executive lost all his hope in life and fell sick.  Sadhguru  advised him to cast off all such idiotic thinking pattern and think beyond egoistic mindset. He was convinced that he is already in an envious position  in the Company with  plum pay and having beautiful family to enjoy the life fully. He was adequately convinced that there should not be any reason for him to feel bad about his colleague getting promotion. He was also advised that recurring replay of that incident would only crush him.

This piece of advice saved  that executive who despite being educated but was overshadowed with materialistic outlook  and finally, Sadhguru opened up his eyes.


It is a virtual hell to continue in a job when your heart is eyeing for some other dream profession.

Doing a job is of course for those needy bucks. But, settling with less than what you ought to be  should not be accepted as a fate.  Here the whole wisdom lies in changing your destiny.

Most people think that they should have high IQ (Intelligence Quotient) to score high in life.   But, what is needed more than IQ is, RQ i.e. Risk Quotient. It is the ability to endure the risk and explore the uncharted territories. You can otherwise call it the amount of guts required to take a bold decision to tread a path for success.

But in the most Indians, this RQ is abysmally low, because they are the
poor souls to satisfy with what they have in their hand, than desire more to climb the ladder of success. In this respect, our  Western counterparts are on much better footing.

A recent study reveals that any American adults changes his or her job on an average 7 times in their life time. By doing so, they make a wise choice and settle with the best they deserve.

There are countless people who leave their glittering careers only to settle in  their dream professions. Chetan Bhagat, a young fiction writer, left his plum job as investment banker in a multi-national company to take avatar as writer. He now became a legend novelist especially  to youngsters.

So the home point is,  inculcate such qualities and calibre to think differently and monetize your abilities. In the  process of doing it, the first pre-requisite  is  increase  the risk appetite or R.Q to reach greater heights in life.