The goal is to bring in simplicity and scale
The gap between the polity and the public is filled in by the media and the judiciary. They are the moral, ethical pillars of our society. They keep both the public and the politicians in check. Whenever that balance is lost, you will see there will be either anarchy or widespread corruption.
I think it is the tattoos. We call each other the ink boys.
For the last seven years, Kerala has been witnessing the worst government in its history. There is corruption in every deal and project. All the rivers of corruption are flowing to a single sea, and [Chief Minister] Pinarayi Vijayan has made his official residence a sea of corruption.
Papua New Guinea is full of black magic. People practice a lot of black magic. They thought some big magician had come from India and he would teach them magic; so they greeted him that way.
Something that I find odd is the very first question people ask, ‘What are you going to wear?’ I don’t know, I am going to wear clothes…. There is always this requirement for somebody that it should be like this or that. My main goal is to retain as much as I do, who I am and how I feel. I should look beautiful and not [go by] what other people think I should wear.