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Nana Chudasama's Pearls

These are witty one-liners by Shri Nana Chudasama (who'd been a Mayor and also a Sheriff of Mumbai) in Marine Lines, right by the Pizza by the Bay restaurant. These are relevant to current times, and quite thought provoking. The first picture is from April 2012, and the second one is somewhere from March 2014, just before the Lok Sabha polls.
Read an article on the man and why Twitter owes him for the mere idea of expressing oneself in less than 140 characters, HERE.

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  1. I didn't know. Thanks to your post.:)

  2. Do you know his witty one liners have been out up as a hoarding on Marine Drive outside Jazz by the Bay in Mumbai for years now. People go nuts over it 😊😊

    Cheers, Archana -

    1. This is in the very spot you mentioned! And now Jazz is renamed as Pizza by the Bay (their Tiramisu is excellent!) :)


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