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April 6, 2009 / lazybug

How bored people dress

Sitting in a dull room and blabbering about the same things over and over is tough job. Therefore, Charu Sharma and Arun Lal who have been presenting the  the most boring ‘analysis’ of the Indian tour of New Zealand need a special mention. Both are former national level sportsmen and hence do not shy away from challenges. Presenting this analysis in a secluded studio somewhere in India, therefore, while an unfortunate occurrence for miserable TV-watching fans like me, is a ‘baae haath ka khel’ (play of the left hand) for them.

As if the analysis was not enough, however, today the two came up another ace up their sleeves — atrocious dressing. I had only just woken up when the Indian and Kiwis went into Tea on the fourth day of the third test. Whatever sleep was left in my eyes vanished when the bored duo appeared. Thankfully, the volume was kept at zero.

Lavender on Navy Blue

Lavender and Navy Blue

Brown on purpe!

Brown on purpel!

Well, what the heck, at least the dressing made a boring programme a little more interesting.



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  1. Prity / Apr 7 2009 11:33 am

    They are badly missing Mandira Bedi to spice up their gabber and wardrobe…
    Poor souls

  2. Prasanthi / Apr 7 2009 12:44 pm

    I think you liked Lavender and Navy Blue more than the later one. isn’t it Akhil? 😉

  3. Chittaranjan / Apr 7 2009 1:59 pm

    😯 You actually watch this sh!t programme??

  4. vinay / Apr 7 2009 4:30 pm

    Rakhi Sawanth would have given them a perfect company.
    BTW why don’t you write something on Rakhi Sawanth and Himesh Reshamiyya?

  5. Liju Philip / Apr 8 2009 12:06 am

    Arun Lal is a peculiar character. When playing Ranji trophy and other numerous domestic tournaments for Bengal, he never scored anything less than 300. The moment he was selected for the Indian team, he always scored between 3 and 30.

    Today, he sits in the commentary box and comments. How the mighty have fallen or is it how the lowly have risen? *lol*

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