Oh fish! What happened to KKR? Shahrukh would have got a heart-stroke if he would have seen the initial overs. Which fishie will sing?
The way Knight Riders had played, we thought that we would need to invent a new word which connotes extreme degree of pity and scorn. Though there probably is one, KKR inspires a dedicated one!
Saurav Ganguly, the great Indian left-hander, who has lost his touch to curry – was exemplary to his men. Talk of getting out in the same style even after a year of breaks and Pepsi campaigns. After all, it isn’t easy to do the same thing, in the same manner, over and over again. Consistency in cricket is important after all. We salute Dada for this spectacular show of consistency bordering on trying too hard to just do something to justify his price tag.
Though the KKR made a comeback to win the match in a spectacular style, the fielding and commitment in the first half of the DC’s innings seemed to give a feeling that SRK had issued a STOP payment on the players cheques.
They kept on missing catches which seemed challenge only to the 5-year-olds populating gallis across the nation. A shoddy piece of bowling from Ishant and sloppy fielding by his team almost played the game into the hands of Deccan Chargers.
But no matter what happens, celebrities must always be smiling; even if the industry has forgotten them and would probably fail to recognize them without being displayed a before-and-after collage. Amidst all this terrible performances from her team, co-owner Juhi Chawla seemed in a delighted mood, smiling and playing with her daughter whenever the camera panned.
It almost seemed she wanted to jump to the camera and say – “Tede hain par mere hain!” Juhi, darling it’s sometimes okay to act like compassionate human beings and express what’s inside your head rather than just put up a plastic smile. Your team stinks and you know.
Psst…So do we.