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A Love Story Going Awry?

It seems the 'nascent' cross-border 'fairy-tale' romance is already hitting road blocks ... I am sure Sania is mature enough to handle these bumps in her private life.

The 'old man' of Maharashtra petulantly commented about this simple romance ... what a silly man!

My thoughts drift to other 'successful' ladies ... movie stars who have become IPL team owners ... it's good to see women competing with men in these admittedly empty-headed adventures ... I mean, why should only men be empty-headed!

I am already thinking of Season 2 of Sania's romance ... oops, IT'S season 2 already ...

And Aamir is going to host Season 4 of KBC ... take that!

When am I going to be on the hot seat? I wonder ... although, I don't know how I would go past the initial questions about movie songs and such ... may be, I will utilize all the lifelines initially ...


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