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Remembering Mani Ayer: Industry shares memories of the legend in Delhi

20-February-2010
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Remembering Mani Ayer: Industry shares memories of the legend in Delhi

The advertising and media fraternity gathered in Delhi on February 19, 2010 to share their experiences and special memories of advertising legend SR Mani Ayer, who passed away on February 8, 2010.

Nearly everyone present at the gathering remembered Ayer as a teacher, boss, friend, colleague, mentor and a person with high values and who commanded tremendous respect.

Among those who recollected memories of Ayer were Pritha Singh, Jitendra Sethi, Radha Chadha, Bunny Suraiya, Chintamani Rao, N Bhaskar Rao, Jitendra Sethi, PV Narayanmurthy, Sugato Dhar, Aly Catif, and Vibha Desai.

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