You know, I was dying to do some armchair activism today. I was looking forward to write a post titled - Dear India, what the fuck? - and scream my lungs out about the way our priorities are royally misplaced. How we don't care about rapes and farmer suicides and discuss AIB as if it
....there was a planet called Dearth. The dominant specie on the planet was called Insane (pronounced In-saan*). The name of the planet had seen better days but Insanes had squeezed out all of the planet's resources and thus a resolution was passed to change the name of the planet to commemorate the achievement. An interesting
New York Depress starring Brave Willis and Emma Wandson Crore-Hit Shetty was pacing worriedly in his office. His last 7 movies have been blockbusters, generating revenues of over 100 crores each. Producers were falling over each other to make a movie with him. Top actors were rubbing their nose on his toenails to
“Hello everyone! I am Nitin Haddkari and you are watching a very special episode of Celebrity Indian Idle! Please welcome our judges for tonight’s show. Our first judge is our very own number 2, Mr. Raul Gandhi….." “What does Raul know about dance?” Mrs. Shukla who was sitting in the crowd whispered to her neighbour.
This is the concluding part of the series. Read the first two parts of the series here - Costa Chatter – Sita and Draupadi Barista Banter – Ram and Yudhishthir Duryodhan was transfixed by the iPad. He had never seen anything so fascinating before. He was also surprised to see Narad Muni managing the Apple store. When
The Contestants In a special Disasterchef India episode last week, Amitabh Bachpan was asked to host the show because he was still a hot dish after 70 years of existence. He graciously accepted because Abhishek is completely out of work and Aishwarya is busy burping the baby. “Swagat! Swagat! Swagat! To all of
2003 was the scariest year of my life. I left maa ka anchal (mom’s errr skirt) and went into the big bad world. No I was not going to school but was going to the hostel to do my second Masters. Yeah, I was that old and had never left home and was shitting my
So the thing is that I died and stood somewhere between the gates of heaven and hell, with Chitragupta looking at me and opening up his magical books in which he keeps tab of all your sins down to the last cockroach you flushed down the commode for fun. “Creature, you have to go to