Amitabh Bachchan looks for integrity at MiD Day!

Funny story written by Trash Atrash

Thursday, 15 October 2009

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Superstar Amitabh Bachchan, 67, fought a long legal battle to clear his name in the Rs 63 crore Bofors payoff deal back in the day. He like his movie character "Vijay" fought single handily against the government and defeated them. He fought health issues and accidents, he even rose like a phoenix and resurrected his career and firmly put back his company ABCL on its feet, which is a lesson in history for us all.

But today at the age of 67 the legend is up against a new breed of crime and grime in world of technical advances and computer frenzy we have the media manipulators in the form of Mr Abhijeet Majumdar the Executive Editor for MiD Day newspaper India. Yes readers, you heard it right, Mr Majumdar must be naive to put his little company MiD Day against the man who not only lives in the heart of billions he is also good at kicking ass.

We caught up with Mr Majumdar on his casting couch at MidDay office in Mumbai, we asked him; "Many fans across the world are upset with you after reading Mr Bachchan's blog on day 541, when you used a STING camera without his permission and you went ahead without consent or respect". This is what Mr Majumdar had to say "well in today's world you have to work towards the ratings, I needed something special, something spicy which I must say I didn't get, but who cares in this industry I'm not in it for the integrity".

Well there you have it from the horse's ass, well Mr Majumdar all we can say is looks like another defamation suit against MiD DAY.

The funny story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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