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Fair enough!

Delhi has always done its bit to to acknowledge girl power. The closing ceremony of Vital Voices of Asia, a Leadership and Training Summit organised for women, saw a documentary-cum-theatrical performance by some of Bollywood’s leading ladies, such as Shabana Azmi and Urmila Matondkar.

entertainment Updated: Sep 23, 2010 01:30 IST
Aakriti sawhney

Delhi has always done its bit to to acknowledge girl power. The closing ceremony of Vital Voices of Asia, a Leadership and Training Summit organised for women by Vital Voices and Avon Foundation, saw a documentary-cum-theatrical performance by some of Bollywood’s leading ladies, such as Shabana Azmi and Urmila Matondkar.



The act was followed by a discussion with all the actors and Mu Sochua, an activist and politician from Cambodia, whose life and experience formed one of the characters of the play,

Seven

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But all that serious talk gave way to a relaxed celebration, with women delegations from around the world and guests like supercop Kiran Bedi, actors Jayati Bhatia , Mahira Kakkar, and Tannishtha Chatterjee, seen enjoying at The Taj Palace hotel that evening.