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ZNDB’s turn-over rate drops: Dhoni Penalized August 1, 2011

Posted by Mukundhan in Ball Games, Paalitics & Bijiness.
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Things seem to get from bad to worse for M.S. Dhoni, who is having a “Kann Dhrishti Ganapathy” tournament in England. Already struggling to avoid a match ban owing to the slow over-rate of the team, the Indian Captain has run into heavy weather with his supporters in Bollywood back home. Dhoni’s decision to re-call Bell and give him a life might seem like good sportsmanship; however the producers and the cast of Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara have taken offense as it practically disproves the theme and the title of their story. “This is when the bell begins to (take its) toll” lamented Farhan Akthar as Boxofficeindia.com reported a 2% drop in collections from the movie after Dhoni’s decision in Trent Bridge.

“The BCCI held a meeting this morning and has decided to compensate the producers with what they call the Mani (#Tamil) back offer”, announced Kris Srikkanth before going onto say how much he liked the Tamil movie Thanga-mani Ranga-mani. Dhoni was not available for comment on the incident as the captain was busy handling the issue of his bounced cheque. “He needs to improve his technique to handle the bounce”, commented Sunny Gavaskar cheekily.

“If only BJP leadership did a MSD, Yeddyurappa would have got ‘Bell’ary”, commented a party member who requested his name be kept confidential to avoid any BJP rapping. “While on the topic of the tainted Karnataka CM, wouldn’t current affair news induced by exposure to the mining fields be called Yeddy Currents?” questioned a Physics IIT professor while revealing an analysis that following home-boy Rahul Dravid and the massive time he spends on the crease is the main reason for the IIT JEE Conversion rate in the State to be less compared to that in Andhra.

In related news elsewhere down south, the TN Police have registered a case on the English Cricket Board (ECB) for illegal land grabbing. “The ground is Lord’s. It’s not only illegal but it is also against religious sentiments” claimed a chief law enforcement official.

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