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Satish Acharya is a cartoonist in Mumbai

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Comments: 10 
Posted by   on (November 20, 2012, 15:10 GMT)

The comments are amazing and dhoni expressions are very funny. LOL

Posted by S.Alis on (November 20, 2012, 4:15 GMT)

Can someone explain this?

Posted by Molu14 on (November 20, 2012, 0:14 GMT)

I am tired of the naysayers telling Satish he should make cartoons on other teams. Truth is, Satish has his own site where he satirizes Indian politics through cartoons and cricket is an extension of that. The cartoons on Dhoni, Tendulkar, etc are first on that site and then posted here. Cartoons on other countries won't make sense; yet Satish has gone out of his way on multiple occasions and catered to demand. If 50% of cartoons are on India, what's the big deal? @Haleos you should try making any cartoon at all. Im sure you will find it much more difficult then just criticizing esp when the caroonist has done a good job.

Posted by R4Rushi on (November 19, 2012, 14:52 GMT)

@Haleos this is nothing to do with Dhoni or Cook, here its all about BCCI

Posted by 360review on (November 19, 2012, 14:16 GMT)

Too funny. Good one Satish. @Haleos, if you don't like Dhoni then come back when your favourite player is in the cartoon. Don't ruin the cartoon for others.

Posted by asiacricket1234 on (November 19, 2012, 10:07 GMT)

hahahaha...... Satish is a GENIUS :D

Posted by   on (November 19, 2012, 7:58 GMT)

Awesome... what a sense of Humor Satish has....

Posted by Haleos on (November 19, 2012, 7:26 GMT)

satish there are more than 400 cricketers. Try not to use dhoni for over 6 months. I am sure you will find enough material.

Posted by   on (November 19, 2012, 7:21 GMT)

Cool!!! Shame on BCCI.

All the stake holders couldn't open their mouth, except BCCI president

Posted by naansari on (November 19, 2012, 7:17 GMT)

Too hilarious....Dhoni face looks really very funny.

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