Posted: 25 March 2006 at 12:29am | IP Logged
Guess who's jumped
up in dada's defence, rooting for a co
meback for ex-cricket captain Sourav Ganguly? Rohit Roy, tellydom's 'angry
young man' has taken upon himself the responsibility to sensitise his colleagues over Ganguly's unfair ouster because he
feels, "nobody is doing anything concrete about it.
There are many who feel
what's happening is unfair, but somebody should
do something about it."
"Sourav has been universally acclaimed as the
most successful Indian
cricket captain ever, so
if you want to keep him
out of the game, then
he deserves a golden
handshake, not a
brass and silver
it's not just him, who
has had a performance problem. Both
Sachin and Sehwag are not performing, and even
Yuvraj has per
formed well only
But isn't all
the banter a trifle late in the day?
"Not exactly, considering the doubts
about Sachin's performance and the
deferential treatment with which his
case is being considered. That apart, it is
never too late as
Sourav's case is still in a
state of limbo. If you
want to rest him, then at
least give him decent exit,
why mislead by giving
vague reasons like he's injured and the like," says
Rohit. Now we know what
keeps Rohit going, when
he is not so busy with his
professional commitments, especially with his telly starrer Sarrkarr – Rishton Ki Ankahi Kahani going off the air soon.
Roy, however has a stellar role in the Chopras'
look for ward to,