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Top 10 Reasons Why there Won’t be an Indian President of the USA Anytime Soon
-The White House is not big enough for in-laws to come and visit every few months.
-Engineering, medicine, law and motels always preferred over politics.
-Agarbattis will set off smoke alarms.
-Can't find decent masala dosa in Washington DC.
-Secret Service isn't trained to handle the nagging from the President's mother.
-Dignitaries generally intimidated by eating with hands at state dinners.
-No chance for promotion.
-President has to pay for all meals consumed in the White House. Any typically thrifty Indian candidate would drop out of the race after finding out about this.
-Senior aides won't take off shoes before coming in.
-Air Force One: No frequent flyer miles awarded!
Every Bollywood Film-maker’s Rule-Book
-Two brothers separated at childhood will always grow up on different sides of the law. The law-breaker, however, will suddenly turn over a new leaf before the end, bash up the villain (who is the *real* bad guy), and be pardoned for all his sins before the last-scene family reunion.
-If the number of heroes is not equal to the number of heroines, the excess heroes/heroines will a) die b) join the Red Cross and take off to Switzerland before the end of the movie.
-If there are 2 heroes in a movie, they will fight each other savagely for at least 5 minutes (10 if they are brothers).
-In a chase, the hero will always overtake the villain, even on a bullock-cart, or on foot.
-Any fight sequence shall take place in the vicinity of a stack of a) pots b) barrels c) glass bottles, which will be smashed to pieces.
Tihar’s Surprise Guest
Tihar Jail ordered 999 shirts and 1000 pants for its incoming batch of 1000 inmates. Want to know why?
Salman Khan was one of them!
The Intelligent Politician
Once Laloo Yadav, Sonia Gandhi, a saint and a schoolboy were travelling on a private plane. Suddenly, the engine caught fire and the pilot came out shouting, "This plane is going to crash! And we have only four parachutes and there are five of us here!
Since I am a very important Indian Airlines pilot, I am taking one parachute and getting out of here." Saying this, he rushed to the luggage area, grabbed one parachute and jumped off the plane.
Sonia Gandhi said, "Since I am the future Prime Minister of India I am very important and have to live!" She also grabbed a parachute and jumped.
Laloo Yadav said, "I am the king-maker of this country, the most honest politician of India and above all the most intelligent person living in this country, and the most intelligent person must live!" Laloo went to the luggage area, grabbed a bag, and jumped off the plane.
The old saint said to the school boy, "There is only one parachute left, and there are two of us. I am an old man and don't need to live any more. You take the last parachute and jump."
The school boy said, "Don't worry! There are still two parachutes left with us! The most intelligent person, Laloo Yadav, jumped off the plane with my school bag!"
An Indian politician went to the US to visit his counterpart. When the senator invited him home for dinner, the minister was very impressed by the lavish mansion with sports cars lined up outside, beautiful grounds and the costly furnishings. He asked "How can you afford all this on a meagre senator's salary?"
The senator smiled knowingly and took him to the window. "Can you see the river?" he asked. "Yes," answered the minister. "Can you see the bridge over it?" "Of course", said the minister.
"10 percent", said the senator smugly.
Some time later, he had the occasion to pay a return visit to India. The Indian minister brought out the red carpet and made the senator's visit as comfortable as possible. When they reached the minister's official residence, the American was stunned by the huge palace the minister had built, glittering with precious art, hundreds of servants, and every possible accoutrement of the mega-rich.
"How can you possibly afford this, on your salary?', the senator asked.
The minister called him to the window. "See the river over there?"
"Sure", said the senator. "Can you see the bridge over it?"
The senator looked, was confused, peered closely and said "No, I don't see any bridge."
"100 percent!", said the minister!
-Pictures courtesy Thinkstock-
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