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Telephone dhwani... Melbourne merupulu

Deepa Raparla meets `Curves' Naresh and LCI president, Rama, on a different `Arena'


A DUO that made the entirety a lot easier by walking in with their broad smiles and with their disposed openness to blend in, they, sure, made the banter flow endlessly touching a diversity of issues which only made the dine out turning to a refreshing time out at the prominent Manorama's King's Table.

Rama Devi and Naresh with more than 20 glorified wedded years bagged in, and who, on this windy journey together, have accomplished success in various spheres being in the standing desired by many, are a spontaneous couple who could balance it all with their collective charm. In Rama is the diplomatic woman who has strong hold in many domains -- be it in the domestic or the social, she has done it all to the full.

From the President of the Ladies Circle India (LCI) to the Managing Director of Arena Multi Media, or even be it in being a fine mother to her three admirable children or in revering the journey by being a great wife to her witty husband, Rama let not all the social exertions take on her. She sure is one of a kind.

Forthright and shocking are the best ways she can surmise herself in terse with a bright smile that can sure win her places. With hot dishes like Veg. Manchurian, Chicken 65, Phulkas, Palak Panner, Veg. Kadai, etc., the dinner was rather an effortless preference yet appetizing. More down to earth, uncomplicated offering the equilibrium is Naresh with his open smile savouring his drink. He being into Hutch franchise, that is one of his streams of business, blurts out that watching cricket has always been his obsession.

The pair confesses that travelling has always been their passion that they find time for. If Naresh cherishes his tour to Sydney, Rama has many memories of Melbourne. With the cozy ambience of the restaurant and the delightful company of the couple, the time was never in the books. It has all started when they were too young.

She was 18 and he 21; Well they worked things out all this way and they are here today as one of the flourishing couples in the associated cities of Guntur and Vijayawada.

Together they have done it all. So wishing that they keep winning more hearts and continue together towards all their intents!

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