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What Facebook India MD feels about Facebook saree

Facebook India's MD, Kirthiga Reddy, surely thinks so. She shared this image as a part of her presentation at an event at the Indian School of Design and Innovation (ISDI) in Mumbai.

, ET Bureau|
Updated: Jul 13, 2015, 05.05 PM IST
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Facebook India's MD, Kirthiga Reddy(extreme left), surely thinks so. She shared this image as a part of her presentation at an event at the Indian School of Design and Innovation (ISDI) in Mumbai.
Facebook India's MD, Kirthiga Reddy(extreme left), surely thinks so. She shared this image as a part of her presentation at an event at the Indian School of Design and Innovation (ISDI) in Mumbai.
This "Facebook" saree image has been doing rounds of the social media for some time. It has all the attributes that make content go viral. Mainly, it's amusing.

Facebook India's MD, Kirthiga Reddy, surely thinks so. She shared this image as a part of her presentation at a recent Ficci Ladies Organisation (FLO) event at the Indian School of Design and Innovation (ISDI) in Mumbai on Friday. It illustrates her point of how well entrenched the social network has become in popular lexicon.

It's doubtful, though, that Reddy finds it as amusing when she gets tagged in the image. "You won't believe how many times I get tagged in this picture. People tell me, 'You should get this saree,'" she said, to much laughter.

Considering that Reddy kept her dressing at the event simple and classy - a red dress and black peeptoes - it is unlikely she's taking those wardrobe suggestions seriously anytime soon.

What Facebook India MD feels about Facebook saree



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