April 2012

Freida Pinto

What attributes make a national treasure? This month sees Esquire Editor-At-Large Giles Coren try to change his public image for the better, while Sanjiv Bhattacharya speaks to Slumdog Millionaire star Freida Pinto, whose worldwide success has seen her hailed as India's very own national treasure. Elsewhere Britain's Best Boxer, Amir Khan, models the latest (and smartest) fashion, while Esquire's Jonny Davis and Bill Borrows write on how Talksport - 'the laughing stock of British radio' - became the fastest growing station on the airwaves, terrifying the BBC and Sky in the process.

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