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Diva's life in Pune

Updated Wednesday 9th May 2007

Life in Pune means plenty of shopping for Diva. Watch Diva's video diary

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This video was produced by Shruthi Rao, one of the Indian School Assistant Producers. Shruthi, who has lived in Pune for almost 17 years, has worked on a variety of dramas and advertising productions, but hopes to work on more documentaries in the future.

 

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