Everybody needs to express and I think there is a time for every country. First it was Rome and then Britain and then America, so we have a voice, we are 1.4 billion people and if we don’t have a say in world culture, then we are either very complacent or sitting back in our shells. There was a time when people here wanted to embrace American culture for everything, and now slowly that’s dying. We are trying to see what’s good in it, we are adapting some things from other cultures, but not totally, you know. We can’t throw away the good things we have, and we have come to realise that – which is great. It’s important to show what we have, rather than being apologetic about it, which is happening these days.