Friday, 24 April 2009

Jai Ho!!!

Ok...I know I have again done the disappearing act...and I have a zillion reasons for it again…. lack of time, too much work, cant think of something…and the other blahs like that...nevertheless i think that all these are plain simple excuses and its clearly the fact that my silly mind couldn’t get enough thoughts to pen down...

and nor did i think they would...until yesterday!!

I am not at all a cricket lover…The only sport I truly relish is Tennis…and I follow it like a religion(not that I follow my religion like one!!)...but when it comes to Cricket, I have my own prejudices…there are times when I totally hate the game...and a lot of it has to do with my father, my cousin brothers...and my set of cricket fanatic friends...All of them have always hyped the game so much…that it kind of got irritating for me…I understood papa's reasons for loving it(he himself being a good player in his times...until he got busy with lots of other stuff in life)...but when it comes to the other people...I just could never understand the craze...!!!All the more since its not even our national game and the poor national game is in crazy shambles…while the cricketers in India are busy minting money….The likes of Sachin, Dhoni, Dravid and etceteras have so much money with them that the next 3 generations can have crazy fun without batting an eyelid…and yet save enough for the next 2....

Having said that… Ofcourse just like any other girl,I do have my crushes on so many of them… Be it Peterson,or Dhoni;Pathan or Watson;my ever dearest Brett Lee ,Vettori or Warne…I think some of them are totally drool worthy…. and ofcourse I drool over them left right and centre

And comes IPL which by itself is the epitome of crazy money movements accompanied with scorching glamour.The biggies from all the walks of life having decided to have some fun with the excessivemoney in their bank accounts…and hence the concept of IPL…Cheers to Lalit Modi,(a man who was once a part of the poor Rajsthan Cricket council with unusual dreams in his eyes…) for having been able to sell IPL so well.

Whats most exciting is to see the greatest of the players from different countires coming together as a team…and voila how charming is that.Which means that I see Yuvraaj singh and Brett Lee as a part of one team and Peterson and Dravid as the part of another....Ahem!!!

My favourites are ofcourse the Rajasthan Royals.I loved the finals last year(the only match i saw from start to finish)and I totally freaked out on the match yesterday.From whatever limited matches I have forcefully seen in my life,I have enjoyed this one the most.What moments and what enthusiasm!!!Boy I was totally enthralled by Shane Warne and his team who were amazingly terrific.Ofcourse they had their weak moments with Munaaf Patel in a mood for some charity,but the ultimate win is what mattered…and they did..My love for Warne increased manifolds from the last season…he is that one leader who doesn’t need to say any un necessary jargons to win,he leads by example and he does it oh so charmingly…(wink winkI so totally hope that the Royals have a win this year too…Not because I am from Rajasthan,but because it is a team made of people who really have a lot to prove.It is a team who has people like Kamran Khan (who didn’t exist for cricketers,before Warne spotted him in the small town of Azamgarh)and the ones like Yousuf Pathan (who is hungry for the victory)…and some one like Warne who has the everyone against him(I can say that from the round of commentries I heard yesterday)…and who I feel is indeed the greatest Captain australia never had..(though I think Steve Waugh and Ricky Ponting too are pretty good looking...mmmm!!!)

Being an avid cricket hater so far..I cannot sit and analyse the game and the jargons and the pitches and the reports….But I can just hope for some real nice and budding players to get the lime light they would have never got

So Royals…go halla bol

9 comments:

chirpy-paaro said...

Finally u back!!!! Welcomeeee!!!

I used to lve watching cricket...but somehow this whole IPL fever has gone over me.. It irritates me how much money is wasted on it.. :((

But yeah heard that yesterday's match was awesome and also Kamran ... :))

Gal, promise to be more regular in blogging now!!!

Urv said...

Oh yeah, I respect Warne the cricketer, Warne the captain. But not so much Warne the role model :P :P

Post likh kar hum logo par kripya karne ke liye dhanyawaad :P

Trinaa said...

i toh ji dont like IPL..i like my indian team as a whole. i mean how do u support dhoni when he playing against sachin? n it is utterly impossible to like a team that has symonds or ricky ponting in it!

Chronicwriter said...

i guess you love cricket.. its in your blood.. me a csk fan.. but love sehwag and yusuf .. they rock... and now kamran

chriz

santasizing...Fantasizing said...

@Priyanka:-I totally detest the game..but yaar for Rajasthan Royals..i got this special loyalty...dunno why:)
n yes..i will try n be more regular now

santasizing...Fantasizing said...

@Urv:-liked that:)...and any time for the dhanywaad yaar :)

@Tinni:-hmmm....my loyalties remain with the royals:)...baaki sabka to pata nahi ji:)...saare hi good looking players to ji mujhe ache lagte hain...what to do:P

santasizing...Fantasizing said...

@Chriz:-Nooooooooooooooooooooo...i dont like the game....i dont like it!!!!but only just once...:D

Mayz said...

wat i made outta ur post was u really aint too fond of d game...its only d hunks that have y tied...hmmm no mention abt any cricketin stuff jus drool worthy guys...

me likes :D :D

hehehehe!!!

Stupidosaur said...

Yeah it was one bloody good match!

And you could just see how Warne was totally cool and totally beleived in his man Kamran even in the last nail biting over, right till the last ball!

The calm peace, confidence and ease just seemed to pass on to Kamran with all that holding of head and stuff! "Don't worry Buddy! Play your stuff! I got total faith in you!"

Not that Kamran is any less talented otherwise!

Anyways, I kinda love it when SRK wis.

**Runs after uttering the last sentence, just in case..."