Incredible India 65 – 10+1 Most Pressing Concerns

As a young 64-year-old poor nation with 500-million half-starving souls, India has many concerns, diverse constituencies to address.

But none more pressing or of more importance than the following:

10. Long wait for some cars.

Diesel versions of the Swift hatchback and Dzire sedan from Maruti, Fortuner and Innova from Toyota, XUV500 from Mahindra, Jazz and the Brio hatchbacks from Honda and Hyundai’s Verna sedan are said to be seeing strong demand even in a slowing economy. (Source: Times of India)

9. What, has the crazy Delhi Sardarji Harvinder Singh not slapped anyone today?

Man, life sucks. Totally! Someone, get that turbaned fella moving.

8. Indian batsman Yuvraj Singh’s health isΒ  a national concern (Source: Hindustan Times).

Thank God, Yuvraj has a wonderful Guruji protecting him (really, watch/listen to Yuvraj’s sexy mom).

7. Did Akshay Kumar’s Desi Boyz get a good opening?

6. What a shame we know only one side of tennis flop Sania Mirza. Now, don’t ask which side. πŸ˜‰

Not to worry, the 25-year-old babe has penned an autobiography – The book is about a side of me that very few people know.

5. Why is iPhone 4S more expensive in India?

Oh well, it starts at just Rs 44,500.

4. Has Ileana D’Cruz replaced Shruti Hassan in Gabbar Singh, the Telugu remake of Dabanng? (Source: Deccan Chronicle)

The nation waits with bated breath for a decisive answer.

3. Tamil Nadu bans Dam 999 film.

Why, oh, why?

2. Kolaveri Views on YouTube just 8 million.

God, when will it reach 10-million?

Folks, now for a very pressing concern:

1. Bollywood (non)actress Anushka Sharma: I have no love life at the moment. In fact, I am completely single and lonely.

Geez, where have all the Indian men gone?

And now for India’s most urgent, vexing, ultimate, life-and-death concern.

Finding a name for Beti B.

Not to worry. The Twit is going through the suggestions of all his Twitterers.

“The suggestions still pour in and still we haven’t managed to finalize a name. Evenings are spent reading out all your suggestions in front.” – Abhishek Bachchan on Twitter. Ha ha ha.

Mera Bharat Mahaan!

16 Responses to "Incredible India 65 – 10+1 Most Pressing Concerns"

  1. Naveen   November 28, 2011 at 10:38 am

    …and Kanimozhi gets bail. A bad news to begin the week. πŸ™ Responds:

    Terrible News!

    Is that a good reason to open the botteel early? πŸ˜‰

    At least, A.Raja is still cooling his heels in prison.

  2. vinith   November 28, 2011 at 12:53 pm

    “…and Kanimozhi gets bail. A bad news to begin the week”

    Well, a depressing news to begin the week.

    But a wonderful reason to open the bottle. Machi open the bottlleeeeeee!!! Responds:

    Bread Pudding + Booze!

  3. Naveen   November 28, 2011 at 6:12 pm

    Is Abhishek Bachchan naming his beti or someone else’s beti? Chutia can’t pick a name himself?

    By the way, Getting Sunny Leone to India has knocked Bachchan family soap opera down the list. Responds:

    Must improve our General Knowledge.

    Don’t think we were aware of this Sardarni babe Sunny Leone aka Karen Malhotra earlier.

    From mass murderer Bhindranwale to Indiraji’s murderer Satwant Singh/Beant Singh to runner Milka Singh to boot-licker Zail Singh to slapper Harvinder Singh to bowler Harbajan Singh to cocksucker Sunny Leone, the Sikhs truly represent a great heritage.

    What a multifaceted religion. Hindus are so boring!

    Bravo! πŸ˜‰

  4. Naveen   November 28, 2011 at 6:15 pm

    and how can you forget “When will Rajini Saar start Rana?” Responds:

    Looks like Rana is no gonna happen.

    Now it’s Kochadaiyan.

  5. Naveen   November 28, 2011 at 6:18 pm

    Crime Pays – Responds:

    People are innocent until proven guilty.

    But in Incredible India politicians are seldom found guilty!

  6. rakeshbaba   November 28, 2011 at 7:53 pm Responds:


  7. shadowfax_arbit   November 29, 2011 at 3:58 am

    Did you like this song? Responds:

    Yes, like the song and the girl.

    No liking the guy.

    He looks and acts like a retard.

  8. rakeshbaba   November 29, 2011 at 7:46 am

    not watched selvaraghavan’s “mayakkam enna”?? Responds:


  9. Naveen   December 2, 2011 at 10:41 pm

    It seems the Dam movie is Damn boring πŸ˜€

    • vinith   December 3, 2011 at 11:44 am


      Do you still trust Rediff/Sify etc?

      Well, here’s what they had to say about Villu

      Btw, the first few lines of the Dam 999 review were non sense. Un neccessarily bringing the Mullaiperiyar issue. Personally, I don’t trust the nitwits at Rediff/Sify etc.

      • Naveen   December 5, 2011 at 3:42 pm

        @vinith – Sify/Rediff are known to give inflated reviews for bad movies but I have not seem them deliberately giving bad reviews for a good movie.

        If this Dam movie was good then someone would have given a positive review or at least it would have gone to a film festival.

        Have you seen it?

  10. Naveen   December 2, 2011 at 10:48 pm

    …and this one seems to be a absolute “must watch” movie πŸ˜€ Responds:

    With a name like that, expectations must be low.

    What next?

    I am Nadar? I am Mudaliar? I am Patel?

  11. shiva84   December 3, 2011 at 1:41 pm

    Only in India a scamster is given a royal welcome.—–2.html Responds:

    Anorchic People get the government they deserve!

  12. MAK   December 5, 2011 at 3:35 pm

    Here is a new concern Responds:

    We demand a Commission of Inquiry by a Shitting Judge of the Supreme Court into this Monkey Business! πŸ˜‰

    Only in Incredible India and Chutiya Terroristan do such nonsense happen with frightening regularity.

    We hope the U.S. takes away the Nukes from these countries.

    Both nations (India & Pakistan) are not mature enough to handle even the old Enfield Rifles.

  13. Naveen   December 5, 2011 at 3:46 pm

    OT: Sharad Pawar is probably getting the poor sardar’s kidneys removed… Responds:

    By now, that Sardar’s head must have been made into a Khali-stan after the Indian police shoved their Lathis up all his orifices.

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