123 Heaven Lane
I hope you are enjoying your stay in heaven and the people there are treating you with respect because the conditions on this haven are not so amicable for a person like you anymore. Let me update you about the latest happenings on this planet and make you a gossip monger as well.
Starting with India and Pakistan’s match last night you will be glad to know our cricket team won the much hyped about match that ended with exhilaration and much celebration with crackers, coke and dope till the wee hours of the night! The style icon Mr. Kohli managed to play pretty decently. It was maybe because his momma dearest scolded him and asked him to sleep early, and spend at least the day before the match sans endorsing fairness creams.
Let me now move to the political sphere which might be of interest to you Sir. As usual Monsieur Singh is on the mute mode but keeps saying ”Meri khamoshi ko meri kamjori mat samjho dosto meri nakamyabi ko kudrat ki maherbani mat samjho…”, and our pyaari Didi from Bengal seems to be too fed up with this mute mode and plans to switch the channel of the T.V now.The Marathi Manoos still live in the delusion of being ”super Hindustanis” by troubling the poor North Indians. And how can we forget the hot topic of discussion these days, the “Jokepal” Bill which will take ages to get passed in the parliament (or so it seems) because the MP’s are busy making their days ”Sunny”
Moving on to Bollywood Sir, I think you will be glad to know that chote (and now not so chote) nawab is getting married for the nth time with the malnourished queen of hearts. Another important Devi of Bollywood is making an attempt to colonize the minds and hearts of the audience in her come back movie with her funny English Vinglish. In all this, the only unhappy soul seems to be Chitti who is missing the attention of paparazzi.
We still miss you Sir because in this mad world only the mad seem to be sane, and the line between sanity and madness is getting finer!
We want you back Sir; maybe re-incarnated as an extrovert politician in a news-hour debate or a certain Khan in Bollywood, because the public seems to be lending their ears only to them as the era of Gandhi’s comes to an end. Sadly!