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I can represent both of you at fashion agencies for a small commission of 80%. Also, you need to expand your horizons and look to Bollywood. They are increasingly featuring international dancers in their music sequences to portray a global image.

 
I can represent both of you at fashion agencies for a small commission of 80%. Also, you need to expand your horizons and look to Bollywood. They are increasingly featuring international dancers in their music sequences to portray a global image.

When I was in Mumbai I was literally stopped in the streets asked to be in a Bollywood movie. Playing a British tourist. I said YES :giggle:
 
It took one full day that one dancing scene. I can’t believe it was a big movie. It’s many years ago and don’t remember the name of it. Was an Indian name. I was really laidback that India trip, 6 months travelling. Did a lot of things that trip just going day by day w not much planning. Mumbai was fun.
Have you ever read the book Shantaram? It’s a must for those who love Mumbai and have a positive way of seeing life.
google your name with some keywords - maybe you are in the credits
 
I cant believe USO and AO is as fun as Wimbledon and RG!!! For sure Wimbledon and RG are 10 times more beautiful and got a great character. And the parties too!

Not possible!!
For me, Roland Garros is the best, followed by Wimbledon. I found the U.S. Open a bit too loud and chaotic. NYC is great, but I'm not wired for it. Copenhagen is my speed. Slam parties are a little too crowded for me.
 
Roland Garros got the nicest courts and atmosphere. I like the French ways a lot. I like the way to have a conversation and the way they party as well. A good crowd.
Wimbledon w the roof made Wimbledon not that great anymore imo. Also there its old crowd and not as fun and lively as RG. But Wimbledon Village got a great atmosphere and I had a lot of fun there. AELTC is a dull place to hang out if not watching tennis.

A part from that, Monte Carlo is the most beautiful tennis club I have ever seen in my life. I have never been there. But when I watch it... mmmm I dream away being a member of that club and play with the azure colored sky over me and the salty sea breeze, the red clay.
Its esthetic to the core. Its natural and classy.
I agree, but I haven't been to Wimbledon since the roof. I've been to the Monte Carlo tournament and it's a really beautiful setting. An interesting tennis experience for me was when I was about twenty, and I saw Borg's "comeback" first round loss with some Swedes. It was a circus, like a scene from a Fellini movie, with all sorts of characters showing up to watch Borg. Poor Borg was so nervous that I could see his hand shaking during warm-up serves.
 
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