We saw dabangg and his fans tried all their luck, hard work to make Dabangg2 bigger and better than the Best one yet. But Dabangg2 failed to win hearts and top charts.
At NG at least few won when we had prediction contest last month. We had 4 categories 1. first friday, 2. first weekend, 3. first week and 4. LifeTime. As expected Sallu fans predicted on higher side while non sallu fans tried to be more jealous thus realistic
We have winners from each category sponsored by StitchToSize.com
as Follows. Please welcome them and shower all praises for winning (or bricks for predictiing low figures )
1. First Friday: jealous hater of srk (predicted 19.6 ..film earned 19.25)
2. First Weekend : Earth Shaker (predicted 58 ..film earned 58.5)
3. First Week: dark (predicted 100 ..film earned 99)
4. LifeTime* (First 4 weeks): GOD-Ek tha Human (predicted 148 ..film earned 148.5)
The biggest irony of this dabangg2(Salman’s movie) contest is that the prize money is Premium Shirt which no one would like to remove let whatever happen
Winners and as promised our dear admin Rohit can go to prize sponsor site, register their ids. Once done they can send their registered ids to email: firstname.lastname@example.org for receiving coupons created for their ids.
Two words about Sponsor for this contest: StitchToSize.com is online store for premium quality shirts for men and women. They are for the first time in India providing Premium/Luxury quality shirts with customised style and customized fittings Online. They ship all over the world*(all premium countries ) and all with Perfect Fit – 100% Guaranteed! . Visit their site to see how they do it. Believe me they are worth for perfect style and fit…dil se.
When the whole world is counting days for 21st Dec for a fearfull reason…. but now they have some thing to cheer about. A Dabangg is back again to save his, his family’s and his town’s ass…in a kickass style And we NGites along with whole world are going to celebrate his comeback in our ownWay.
I worked on an opportunity (persuaded my close frnd to sponsor prizes from his online store) to throw this contest.
So, let your intuition, permutation, prediction or emotion flow with a reward in sight
No, the BJP hasn’t lost it. It does not believe that the prime minister will resign just because it is asking him to do so. Nor is it stupid and unthinking.
You can agree, or disagree, but here is what the BJP is thinking: That, finally, they have their big opportunity, their 2012 Bofors moment. It is for the first time since 2004 that they have a scam that reaches the very top of the Congress party and the prime minister. Until now, the Congress had been able to deflect all scams and failures to an inconvenient ally. The 2G scam was blamed on the DMK, and an angry public was calmed by sending A. Raja and Kanimozhi to jail and Dayanidhi Maran into oblivion. Price rise was blamed on another ally, Sharad Pawar. The questions over the Air India aircraft purchases were similarly dumped on Praful Patel even though the decision was taken by an EGoM led by a Congress minister (P. Chidambaram). Lack of economic reform and policy paralysis were “because of” Mamata Banerjee, the usual suspect. In short, as a top BJP leader explained to me, the Congress was “getting away comfortably” with a three-point formula: pradhan mantri imaandar, allies beimaan, aur gathbandhan ki majboori (the PM is honest, the allies are crooks and there are compulsions in coalition politics).
The BJP believes the CAG report on coal has changed all that. The coal portfolio has always been held by the Congress, and for a very long spell by the prime minister himself. Even the two ministers of state who assisted him in the coal ministry, Dasari Narayana Rao and Santosh Bagrodia, are from the Congress. So there are no alibis. And here is the story that the leadership of the BJP seems to believe: that the mines were given out on a cash-and-carry basis, that allottees were paying the powers that be and simply reporting to the prime minister’s office with little slips confirming that they had paid their tribute, to collect their mines as “negotiated.” Continue reading →