Ajit and Robert
Ajit is watching cricket match of India vs.Pakistan. Kapil is bowling and Imran is batting. Pakistan needs 18 runs in 3 balls.
Ajit : Rabert Kapil se kehna ek khatarnak Beemer daalde aur Imran ko out karde.
Rabert : Ok boss Robert goes to Kapil and tells the message.
Kapil nods and bowls but Imran hits it for a six!
Ajit : Rabert ab Kapil se kehna ek khatarnak Yorker daalde aur Imran kaa kaam tamam karde.
Rabert : Ok boss He goes to Kapil and tells the message.
Kapil nods and bowls but Imran again hits it for a six again. Now just one ball and six runs to win.
Rabert : Boss ab Kapil se jaake kya kehna hai?
Ajit : Ab Kapil se kuch mat kehna. Imran se jaake kehna ki uski maa aur beewi hamare kabje mein hai!
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