Caption Contest

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Winning caption:
In order to prevent any further moth incidents, every IPL contract contains a clause forcing players to pounce on sight. (Nick, Australia)

Honourable mentions:

With Balaji thoroughly engrossed in the invisible merry-go-round, it was always going to be four. (Rob Fowler, New Zealand)

The Bollywood production of the Indian Superman experienced some technical difficulties during the iconic flying scene. (Aizad Malik, UK)

Most common caption:
Balaji rides an invisible broomstick while trying his hand at Quidditch

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Cover image of <i>Chinaman: The Legend of Pradeep Mathew</i>

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