Case Study: How to do a movie “Promoshan”, Feat. #DearVsBear #Puns

While Interstellar and Gone Girl have taken away all the box office charm because of the fictitious terrifying future and the fictitious terrifying woman respectively, only few “bright” minds had noticed the emergence of another mastermind that was featuring fictitious terrifying film-making.  I am talking about the hindi feature film”Dear v/s Bear” released under Bhojpuri…

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Creepy little diary of Chottu

An extract from the dairy of friendly little face from neighborhood, Chottu (13 years old Domestic help of Verma family) . Warning : Confidential, fictitious and brainless. Date: 7 Sitembar, Sanischar Dear Dairy, I Chottu. But that not my real name. My real name Bansi Lal Khuswa from Basti village near Gorakhpur but when i…

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10 things Indian non-footballing janta learned from #FIFAWorldCup2014

As I rightly predicted How Non-football media in India will cover World cup, I am back with some learnings that our non-footballing janta have learned from the World Cup. 1. Brazil Football team is like Spiltsvilla  Many youngsters in India decided to ditch Spiltsvilla for Brazil football team. And why not, there are babes, young,passionate and over-rated boys…

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How Non-football media in India will cover #WC2014 ?

The time has come when all the non-football fans, folks, media and the nations realize the power of this sport. When every kids in India will start supporting Brazil football team without realizing that Ronaldo now plays for Portugal and random uncle inquiring you, “what happened to Ronaldinho ?”The thing is that so much will…

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Bollywood: Movie Tittles That Make no Sense

My sincere apologies for creating havoc by demanding sense from Bollywood. It is a  home of cinemas where logic and rationality are allowed to take the leave and sense and sensibility is excused for bigger cause: Entertainment, entertainment aur sirf entertainment. Here are movie tittles which have no thoughts attached to it: 1. Bol Radha Bol (Translation:…

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The Khushwant Singh I knew

I discovered Khushwant Singh in the Wheelers book store in the Railway station (I don’t remember which one but I think its Calcutta ). The book that won my attention was not Train to Pakistan or The Company of Women. I set my eyes on the Khushwant Singh’s joke books. That was an era before…

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The Inscrutable American #AtoZChallenge

If I have to make a list of Humor books from India, I will definitely put Anurag Mathur’s The Inscrutable America at the top of the list. Published in 1991, the book is the story of Gopal Kumar, son of a wealthy hair oil baron, who moves to USA to do Chemical Engineering. Gopal is…

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Guide to Indian Wedding Part II

Thank you for the overwhelming response on the Guide Book to Indian Wedding Part I. After observing some more wedding closely, I am back with other significant wedding characters and their salient characteristics which will help you survive the wedding nuisance. 5. Overly Attached Couple: They might be newly wed or pretend to be newly…

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Guide book to Indian Wedding (#Puns Intended )

If I had titled this post as How to survive Indian Marriage , I could have got more readers, and actually I could have done that because, in India, wedding and marriages are used inter-changeably. People may ask you, that when is your “Marriage” Anniversary or are you happily “wed” for all these years. Moving…

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5 #Epic Dev Anand Moments

Dev Anand could do anything and still be charming. Observe the picture above. He has a picture of Cindy Crawford as his dead mother. He has placed a blue scarf as garland and he is wearing a matching Jacket. Can’t miss it right? Here are 5 Epic moment of the great Dev Anand. Most of…

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#Entrepreneur Level: Holy Cow

Are you unhappy with your life? Are you worried that your deeds can lead you to the bad after life? Do you think Karma is gonna get you soon? Don’t Worry, Just walk-in to our Nearest footpath franchise and feed a Holy Cow. Yes, for only 10 bucks, you get to feed a real, authentic Desi…

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