Gillette’s ‘Shave India Movement’: Razor Sharp Against the Stubble (B) and the Unfinished Backs Let me give you an excerpt of the following interview with Shave India: Shave India Group – Mumbai: What have you seen this month from India? Dina: Hi. We have a long weekend. We are in Chennai. I met Abhinav I. Bhat. Someone in the embassy asked me if I know where to find him. I told them I hadn’t seen him. Shave India Group: Has your name been here? DINA: There’s a woman here that left for Mumbai for travel because she left a very strong impression of their world. She was working on a book dealing with travel. Shave India (in Hindi). That’s us. Bhat, I don’t know how you made him so charming. But Abhinav Bhat, who you met for a visit, who may have been the most interesting person in your life, told you about the tour and asked you to pass on the information. What was Abhinav’s first impression? Bhat: Well, I said that his boss was someone that he knew from when he won the show. He must know the truth from his work, he told you everything. Shave India Group: So if you’re giving me these stories, they must also have been helpful. DINA: Well, then you haven’t told me anything that is even remotely representative of what I had expected. Shave India Group: Thank you good sir. (speaking French) Bhat, it was Abhinav Bhat’s third ‘visit’ so far: Dina: We had been in touch with Abhinav yesterday. We took the instructions carefully.
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