Nowhere in the country, in fact, is the story different, since the wicked politician-administration nexus is universal all over India and pervades from top to bottom.
The first half of Dhoom:3 gave me a headache. I was waiting to get out of the cinema hall.
I thoroughly enjoyed last night’s episode even though it is a little heartbreaking to think Rajat Sharma now needs a Bigg Boss to bolster his brand offering.
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