As told by national treasure and voice of reason, Rakhi Sawant.
The One With The WhatsApp group.
Meet Sandeep Bacche, whose rickshaw boasts free Wi-Fi, a payphone, weather and stock market updates, and a whole lot of generosity.
Karachi, 2015: *Puts box of fireworks back on the shelf.*
The men in bright, neon, blinding green have a lot of competition.
Leave the clichés to Bollywood – you’re better than that.
He was so confident, he wrote it down on a piece of paper. ON CAMERA. DELHI’S NEW CHIEF MINISTER IS A WIZARD.
Although the Aam Aadmi Party just secured 67 seats in the national capital in a landslide victory, the internet is always the real winner in Indian politics.
“MOOOOOOOOOOOOM!” -Rahul Gandhi
Tell us how you drop your deuces and find out where you fall. #TeamBumSpray
The two world leaders spoke candidly about their bad days, their humble beginnings, and their plans to change the world.
A few things he partook in: a plane ride with Barack and Michelle, a selfie with the Indian Prime Minister, and a massive frickin’ parade. #Casual
Let’s be honest, Big B’s iconic voice could recite a telephone book and move you to tears, but this is next level.
They look like stripes, but they’re actually the words “Narendra Damodardas Modi” printed in tiny block letters, over and over AND OVER again. Sources confirm that the nation “literally can’t even.”
Barack Obama’s visit to India and his subsequent reunion with Modi have been an onslaught of adorable.
If you had a rupee every time you were called Sai Baba or Maggi noodles, you’d be a crorepati.
This 2012 video of CM Mukul Sangma singing Queen’s “I Want To Break Free” proves that, contrary to popular belief, Indian politics do not suck your entire soul.
Or do you just think you do?
“To make everyone follow the traffic rules and to make them understand, I am regulating the traffic by dancing, laughing, and entertaining them.”