Quasi-stellar radio source.

PS Flyer for Friday Club

I love Q Theater Productions aka QTP. They’re now out with a new Project S.T.R.I.P. A comedy of Development directed by the extremely clever and quirky Q (aka Quasar Padamsee son of the renowned stage actors Alyque Padamsee and Dolly Thakore. Didjya know that his mother was a casting director for the Academy Award winning film Gandhi in 1982 an his father played the role of Jinnah in the same movie, Cool eh?)

If you happen to be in town head to Sathaye College Auditorium Vile Parle (East) on the 27th & 28th of June 09 @ 7pm, Tickets  ate 100rs ($2) a pop!

P.S. I also think he has the most unique name I’ve ever heard. Quassar is short for quasi-stellar radio source. A compact, starlike celestial body with a power output greater than our entire galaxy. Wow right?!

Lalita and Deepak

Lalita and Deepak

While we’re on the subject of names btw my big bro & sister-in-law Deepak and Lalita (seriously how cute are they?!) are expecting their very own bundle of joy next weekend and are still a bit mystified on the baby-name front. I’ve been trying to think of a few options for them but I’m hoping they won’t mind my asking you too – dear reader, since you never know where inspiration lurks! (Besides they’ve had some pretty bizarre suggestions and you know how much your name can change your life right?!) Please post your suggestions in the comments quick! (They have narrowed it down to Tia if its a girl and are contemplating Kian if its a boy. I like them both.) I’m so excited!!

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5 responses to “Quasi-stellar radio source.

  1. Pingback: Oh baby baby! « Miss Malini

  2. ak

    i agree with deepti. i’m not particularly thrilled with my name and also don’t think it suits my personality very much. on the other hand, before my nephew was born, my cousin and her husband could not decide on a name, although she wanted vikram adityan. after she delivered, her husband – without telling her – filled out the birth form with the baby’s name as gauthama. despite the fact that this was super-sneaky (and really, nearly grounds for divorce!), the kid is not even just a gautham, but a gauthama. it’s quite amazing, really.

    have they had the baby yet? if not, i really like the name shail for a boy, or ayana for a girl.

    • missmalini

      Oh nice! Thank you will pass the word on to my other brother who’s wife is also expecting a baby any day now! Big bro has gone for Aarin or Ryan for baby # 2 🙂 Cute no.

  3. Deepti

    Congratulations for the new entrant!…you know,i think Shakespeare was wrong when he said ‘what’s in a name?’…i would tend to veer towards Gogol’s sentiments as depicted in Jhumpa Lahiri’s ‘The Namesake’..:)..so yes,i would like to think,picking a name for a child is no child’s play!

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