The World Cup is a particularly traumatic time for those who hate cricket. India’s favourite sporting stars dominate public discourse. Everything else—even matters of national importance—takes a backseat.
Which is why, in this 1994 Hindi film Tejasvini, the male lead played by Deepak Malhotra lets loose a rant for the ages, touching upon everything from corruption to inflation, and how everyone only cares about Kapil Dev's score while the country is going to pieces.
As Bill Watterson said, "Why waste time learning, when ignorance is instantaneous?"Read More »from The Greatest Rant Against Cricket, Ever