Written by queen mudder

Tuesday, 3 April 2007

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London - (Rotters): Bollywood star Shah Rukh Khan has been startled to learn that an ancient Punjab curse hangs over his newly unveiled waxwork at Madam Tussauds in London.

Looking relaxed and unconcerned Khan toured the exhibit with his wife Gauri and posed for photographers as his PR agent was taken aside by a UK press source and told the macabre secret:

A London woman writer using the same name as his for her professional pen name is involved in a cult that has hexed any rivals.

She writes about witchcraft, satanism and demonology but also masquarades as a healer when stalking her prey ahead of ripping off others' ideas for new book titles.

But she also practices ritual sacrifice to cover her tracks and bolster allies at the heart of UK government.

To protect her 30 years of involvement in a vast criminal gang specialising in extortion, embezzlement, fraud and public relations for President George W Bush she has now dropped her birth ID and assumed her pseudonymous persona.

But she is at the core of a massive deception that has its roots in the Hashshashin cult financed by despots in the United Arab Emirates.

Today Khan, the award-winning star of over 50 acclaimed blockbusters such as Devdas and Don, appeared to take the news in his stride at the London exhibit which also honors fellow Bollywood stars Amitabh Bachchan and Aishwarya Rai.

Hopefully he will sleep like a baby in his central London hotel suite tonight, safe in the knowledge his hired guards are paid sufficiently not to defect from protecting their master in the 9/11 hex capital of the western world.

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

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