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What was the reason that an almost-perfect looking team India surrendered to the Lankan lions in the WC finals, you ask? Here are 5 probable reasons why we feel India lost:
India is a tiger at home, and a bacterium abroad. After our embarrassing performances in South Africa and New Zealand, questions are being asked about whether our team is truly ready to play a cricket match anywhere outside the sub-continent. We think there is light at the end of the tunnel - we think that these 6 ideas will help India rise from the ashes and become a tiger everywhere.
We're so worried about his recent string of crazy activities that we think he might go too far soon. He might do one of these things, for instance:
For 5 years, Rajinikanth ruled twitter. Rajini jokes were the rage everywhere. However, every king is dethroned at some point of time, and Rajinikanth jokes were slowly replaced by those about Uday Chopra and Alok Nath. The most recent addition to this is Neil Nitin Mukesh, who’s being made fun of for having three first names.
Just before we were enthralled with Madhuri Dixit in Dedh Ishqiya, we were enchanted by both her and Juhi Chawla in the trailer of Gulaab Gang. While there are many great things to say about the trailer, we want to go one step ahead and talk about why we think Salman Khan is facing some stiff competition from Madhuri Dixit
As AAP grows in popularity everywhere, we see its effect not only on politics, but also in various other sectors of Indian life. However, one sector which seems to be relatively unaffected so far is Bollywood. Here’s what would happen if (and when) Bollywood finally gets affected by the Aam Aadmi Party
Dedh Ishqiya is one film that we could watch again and again. This will definitely get many more than 1.5 stars in each review, and might even pick up a few awards along the way. En route, we confer our LOL-scars on the film: