Friday, May 05, 2006

RD show and great comedy show at Persistent

[25th April ... Siddhi Lawns ... 7:30pm]

The comedy show began after 7 vocal performances ...

Here is the group that rocked


Troup of Singers ...

Music n the voice ... both were simply awesome ... still remember the tunes ...!








Comedy show started with 3 Buddhas - One Parshi (Arun), one Gujju (Amber) and one maratHi (Kaushik)



Buddhas Introducing each other

when Kau gathered public's attention by commenting on outsiders in Pune right in the beginning ...

It followed by the sequence 'ek woh jamana tha jab ... aur aaj ek yeh jamana hai ...'. The buddha's commented on various topics right from Sachin Tendulkar, Shivsena till Persistent Systems of old age and this age.


Finally sequence broke when Mangal (Rohit) Entered on the stage ...


Mangal with Coke

All the Buddha's outsmarted Mangal/Amir and he left the stage finally with a bottle of coke and straw in hand...

Show continued when Gujju told about her niece's experience when she had to interview one guy who was die-hard bollywood fan ... It was next scene.


Interview opened when Vijay Dinanath Chauhan (Mayuresh) entered as an interviewee and starts all his crazy dialogues.



Interview Begins ...

Interviewer (Swati) tries her patience with this irritating fellow ...

Vijay did all the tricks with famous dialogues of Amitabh ... nana ... dilip kumar ... amir khan and at the same time Interviwer was catching attention of public by good reflexes ...

Interview ended when Vijay left with "aye teri beNdi .. yeh to Hindi jaNati hai yaar ....."

Show returned again to 3 oldies sitting in a park ... when the parshi baba find his x-patient Bilawa gates (Abhijit) with i-Pod who described himself as software consultant (SC).


SC ke funde

Public enjoyed a lot when SC cracked his fundas about IT industry and PSPL ... ;-)

SC did mention about slow lifts ... software belly syndrome ... lot many things ...!

Finally he left the stage and the next sequence to follow was Tejas doing Shirish Kanekar ... and a few more ...

(continued ....)

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