So I was reading the front page of the Bangalore Times (BT) when I saw what was billed as an exclusive interview that BT managed to get with Jennifer Aniston. Me being skeptical me, I had to check. As usual, they have stooped low.
Curiously, the website version of this ToI article, omits the exclusive interview tag to the interview.
In Red is from the Times of India article. In blue is from the interview in the Daily Mirror.
He's a wonderful man — the cream of the crop. He is a great comedian and an amazing, dramatic actor. I always loved watching him as an actor. He thinks and he listens too. You don't always get that sort of fun with someone.
“He is the cream of the crop,” says the actress whose own comedy skills in Friends won her a fistful of awards. “He is a great comedian and an amazing dramatic actor. I always loved watching him as an actor. He thinks and he listens. He is a generous actor and likes to try things and I like to try things, too. You don’t always get that sort of fun with someone and feel like you’re on an equal playing field.”
People are lazy these days. Things are just more disposable. People don't value relationships enough, be it friends or married people.
"People are very lazy and it's very easy," she says. "Things are just more disposable. There's not a lot of value put on relationships."
You have to put a lot of work into it and exhaust every option before you split.
Then she adds, somewhat wryly: "You have to put a lot of work into it and exhaust every option before you split up."
I thought it was a joke. When my agent called me, I said, 'You have got to be kidding me.' But making it was therapeutic.
"I thought it was a joke," Jennifer says of the agent's phone call. "I thought, 'You have got to be kidding me.' But making it was definitely therapeutic."
So, who is Reagan Gavin Rasquinha? And how did he manage such an exclusive! ;-)The Google bomb has worked!