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Comments: 17 
Posted by   on (October 19, 2012, 12:06 GMT)

I guess this Satish wants to convey - Since Gauti isnt performing well with bat and as a captain, SRK wants him out of the team but it should look as though its BCCI's move, cos SRK can do it by himself :-)

I dont think SRK is bothered about the upcoming english tour and Gauti's prep for it :-)

Posted by   on (October 19, 2012, 11:53 GMT)

I think this cartoon is regarding Gauti's present form.... It wud hav done KKR favour if Gauti was not playing CL just like Sachin last year for MI....

Posted by M_Rakibul_Islam on (October 19, 2012, 8:30 GMT)

smartest thinking 4m Satish about an IPL franchisee. As KKR is already out no need to take such step now. What about IPL6?

Posted by   on (October 18, 2012, 11:30 GMT)

good 1.......................

Posted by Unmesh_cric on (October 17, 2012, 23:10 GMT)

An absolute gem! Keep up the good work, Satish.

Posted by bharatputra83 on (October 17, 2012, 18:53 GMT)

Wonder why Gauti is still there now. KKR is out already. Time to come home, Gauti!

Posted by xylo on (October 17, 2012, 17:36 GMT)

I believe his wish has been granted. Thanks to GG, SRK's annoying appearance will not progress beyond the league stages.

Posted by Haleos on (October 17, 2012, 17:33 GMT)

Gauti can now have a good break as KKR are knocked out. Good one Satish as always.

Posted by ThatsJustCricket on (October 17, 2012, 14:30 GMT)

that would be the smartest move for KKR right now :)

Posted by D-Ascendant on (October 17, 2012, 13:06 GMT)

This is the most accurate depiction of Shah Rukh Khan till date. Possibly more accurate than real life.

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