Twinkle Khanna reveals that nobody in her Master’s program recognised her as a celebrity

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13-02-2024

    Twinkle graduated from Goldsmiths, University of London

    She had enrolled for a Master's Program in Fiction Writing

    I had to come up with a joke about my name: Twinkle

Former Bollywood actress and columnist Twinkle Khanna recently graduated from the Goldsmiths, University of London in a Masters Program in Fiction Writing. “And it’s here. Graduation day. My first day at Goldsmiths feels like it was both yesterday and years ago. A sunny day, a pretty sari, and having my family with me make this day even more perfect than I ever imagined,” she had posted on Instagram om January 17th. 

In a recent interview with Hello Magazine, she revealed that no one in her class recognised her as a celebrity.  “I don’t think anyone in my class did. It was good because there weren’t any other Indians there, except for one girl with a Kashmiri background from Chicago. Like everyone else, I had to create a bio, stand up and introduce myself. I had to come up with a joke about my name, a literary one. Fortunately, Jhumpa Lahiri wrote The Interpreter of Maladies and there’s a character named Twinkle. That became the perfect joke. I was worried about who I would walk with in the corridors and who I would have lunch with. When the professor assigned three of us to a presentation, we decided to have lunch together. We quickly became friends, and from then on, I never ate lunch alone again. I made a lot of new and good friends,” she said.

Twinkle Khanna reveals that nobody in her Master’s program recognised her as a celebrity

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    Twinkle graduated from Goldsmiths, University of London

    She had enrolled for a Master's Program in Fiction Writing

    I had to come up with a joke about my name: Twinkle

Former Bollywood actress and columnist Twinkle Khanna recently graduated from the Goldsmiths, University of London in a Masters Program in Fiction Writing. “And it’s here. Graduation day. My first day at Goldsmiths feels like it was both yesterday and years ago. A sunny day, a pretty sari, and having my family with me make this day even more perfect than I ever imagined,” she had posted on Instagram om January 17th. 

In a recent interview with Hello Magazine, she revealed that no one in her class recognised her as a celebrity.  “I don’t think anyone in my class did. It was good because there weren’t any other Indians there, except for one girl with a Kashmiri background from Chicago. Like everyone else, I had to create a bio, stand up and introduce myself. I had to come up with a joke about my name, a literary one. Fortunately, Jhumpa Lahiri wrote The Interpreter of Maladies and there’s a character named Twinkle. That became the perfect joke. I was worried about who I would walk with in the corridors and who I would have lunch with. When the professor assigned three of us to a presentation, we decided to have lunch together. We quickly became friends, and from then on, I never ate lunch alone again. I made a lot of new and good friends,” she said.

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