The article, which appeared in a daily, quotes the Shilpa Shetty, 41, as advocating that certain books be taught in schools. She listed the allegorical Animal Farm, thought to be a critique of Stalinism, with the Harry Potter books, the Lord of the Rings series and Little Women. "A book like Animal Farm can teach the little ones to love and care for animals," Shilpa, who has a four-year-old son, is quoted as saying
Businessman Raj Kundra, who has turned author with his book 'How Not To Make Money', believes a good book can be written on his actress-wife Shilpa Shetty. But he believes that for it to be unbiased, someone else should write it.
The word sanskari is making headlines in India for all the wrong reasons. However, here's actress Shilpa Shetty reclaiming the traditional values or sankars by touching her colleague Amitabh Bachchan's feet at the launch of her book The Great Indian Diet in Mumbai on November 19. Also seen in this picture is actor Anil Kapoor.