Home Blogs, News, Advice Personal Blogs POLL: How did Rahul Gandhi do in his interview taken by... Blogs, News, AdvicePersonal Blogs POLL: How did Rahul Gandhi do in his interview taken by Arnab Goswami? By The Admin - January 29, 2014 4 5 Share +1 Tweet Share1 WhatsAppShares 1[poll id=”7″] In case you haven’t watched it yet, here it is: Get Lawctopus posts in your inbox! Share +1 Tweet Share1 WhatsAppShares 1 RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR A Beginner’s Guide to Drafting an Affidavit Indian Law Graduate’s Tryst with the Bar Exam 6 Proposals for Law Schools to Make Legal Education Better Comment via Facebook 5 COMMENTS it was not an interview…it was a comedy show. Reply Oooh! Rahul gandhi is totes hawt!!!! Omg, I could like totally git with that, new justin bieber only Rahul is a hottie!!!! Reply one of the best interviews I have seen…he is not here to answer on cases already pending in court….he is not a judge….when congress won in Uttarakhand, Himachal, Karnataka, Mizoram no one remembers RG, but when they lose pointing fingers at him……such negative approach people have………he in a way taught media what to look for in news….and not spread negativity……… Reply one of the worst interview i have ever seen, no heads and tails what he speaks. Should go back to school to learn and understand English. People of India should understand whom we should vote after seeing this interview. Reply Mr. Rahul Gandhi was extremely irresponsible while taking view on key issues raked up by Mr. Arnab. There was sheer evasion of giving concrete views on pertinent issrs put forth by the interview. Repetition of statements like a parrot and beating around the bush is all he did throughout the interview. Lack lustre, loose, and highly vague were his statements. Highly disappointing interview (good efforts by Arnab to draw him back to issues!) Reply Comment via Wordpress Cancel reply Please enter your comment! Please enter your name here You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here Notify me of followup comments via e-mail. You can also subscribe without commenting.