sábado, 28 de septiembre de 2013

Anonymity As A Great Liberator

Celebrities are wont to be in the public eye, whether they are doing public or private time. That’s the price we pay, says a superstar, for with accolades and recognition come awards and adulation. What could be more exhilarating than being recognised wherever you go? It opens doors, you know. The rub is that it also includes ‘whatever you do or say’, not to speak of complete erosion of privacy. The more time you spend in the limelight, the more you are performer, and somewhere, that thin line between performer and the natural self gets blurred. The ‘Who am I’ question is never able to break free of the mundane for even in the make-believe world of every day existence, you are trapped between identities.


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