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Shoaib Akhtar in Bollywood: Casted or Castigated ???

Written by F Mirza on December 16th, 2007   (577 views)

What I am thinking right now is who should be the heroin with Shoaib Akhtar? Indian film industry is a funny place, which goes with the name of Bollywood. If they have signed Shoaib Akhtar, who also goes with the name of Rawalpindi Express, they should also consider taking their favorite ‘Aaloo’ Inzamam-ul-haq, the ICL player as a villain in the same movie.

Ok, let’s get back to the heroin. Though it hasn’t been remained a secret anymore, that this fastest bowler of the world is in reality a hollow missile, with stale payload, and he can only talk like a maniac, and pretend like a bully, but he would make a nice one-flick failure. Shoaib Akhtar’s heroin selection shouldn’t be a problem, as long as Malika Sharawat is there.

In the movie, which would be released by the name of ‘Mien aur meri himat’, if Malika comes with Shoaib Akhtar, and Inzi, people would get real refreshment and entertainment. If there is any more dumber character involved in the movie, for example of a sidekick of the villain, then Abdul- Razzaq could also be casted.

Some people say that Shoaib Akhtar has actually not been casted in the movie, but actually castigated. Now that’s unfair. Because if your career has ended, and you are destined to get lost in the night clubs, and all of a sudden you get a chance to enjoy with Malika Sharawat (or whoever e else tramp), then what else a person like Akhtar could ask for?

Whether it would be a blockbuster or a grand failure is not something uncertain. Just go back into the history or directly go to Mohsin Hasan Khan and ask him, and you would know the answer. But if Malika Sharawat comes with Shoaib, then there is a slight chance of some rush to the move. As people would see the face of Shoaib, and body of Malika, hear to “Jonsa” of Inzi, and see the foolish acrobatics of Razzaq and voila a full recipe of laughter coupled with filth is there to relish.

Really, it’s a great courage shown by Shoaib Akhtar and the Bollywood too, as the name of the movie implies.

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