People, Jun. 3, 1957

Names make news. Last week these names made this news:

Even India's Prime Minister Nehru was dragged into the international to-do over the "business relationship" between Italian Film Director Roberto Rossellini and his connecting-suite neighbor in Bombay's Taj Mahal Hotel, high-caste Siren Sonoli Das Gupta, 27, wife of an Indian movie director. A delegation from the family of doe-eyed Sonali, mother of two sons, called on Nehru with the obvious purpose of persuading him to rid Sonali of Rossellini, 51. They hinted that Rossellini claimed to be a pal of Nehru's. Neutralist Nehru took sides instanter. "That rascal!" cried he. "Does he...

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