Movie Dil Bole Hadippa: I can relate to it

Recently I saw Dil Bole Hadippa. As usual I hadn’t read the review completely but surely I expect others to read the review on Oneindia 🙂

I have always found sports related movies to be inspiring (Iqbal, Lagaan, Chak De) – it surely boosts my morale.
Movie dil bole hadippa
The movie plot is simple – a girl is very interested in cricket and she is actually a very good player. She dresses like a man and gets into the team, saves the match, few songs here and there and all ends well. Read more on Movie Dil Bole Hadippa: I can relate to it…

World’s richest cricket body, BCCI, launches their website

Can you believe the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) did not have a website till now? In Nov 2007 BCCI invited bids for building their website, Read more on World’s richest cricket body, BCCI, launches their website…

Kudos to Govt, they were quick in awarding Tendulkar

Recently British Prime Minister Gordon Brown [Video] suggested that Sachin Tendulkar might soon be honoured with knighthood, making him the first Indian player to receive the title. That very night all TV channels went gungho about calling India’s favorite cricketer “Sir Sachin Tendulkar”. One of the topics of discussion was “Should India award its civilian awards to foreigners?” It was interesting to see what a British journalist had to say. He doubted if any of our Padmashree awards would have any value in UK. At the same time he said very few Britishers cared about the “Sir” title. Most Indians were not in favor of the govt waiving the import duty on his Ferrari car, he could easily afford to pay the tax.

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