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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:
Everyone's joining the Aam Aadmi Party. Lakhs of people join India's most democratic party daily, celebs, taxi drivers and all. We think that the next celebrity to declare her allegiance to the AAP will be Poonam Pandey. Here is exclusive proof of why.
Dhoom 3 has made so much money that even A Raja is looking at it with jealousy. As it smashed all records and roared past Tiger, Idiots, Krrish and Express, we found ourselves thinking only one thing: Who's next? We think that the Dhoom 3 record will be broken in 2014, and here are some top contenders, along with some reasons why.
We woke up this morning to find that a new song from Gunday called ‘Tune Mari Entriyaan’ had released. Excited, we opened up YouTube hoping for a further glimpse of Arjun Kapoor’s and Ranveer Singh’s perfectly sculpted bodies (and maybe even Priyanka Chopra’s). But we were disappointed.
Sony has just launched a new smartphone, the Xperia Z1S, that has a 21 MP camera that can take pictures underwater. Now that we can actually see Sci-Fi films from the 90s coming to life right before our eyes, we decided to make a wishlist for features we want on upcoming smartphones, in the hope that the gods at Apple and Samsung are listening: