Satish Acharya is a cartoonist in Mumbai

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Comments: 4 
Posted by PANKAJ_GOGIYA on (July 13, 2013, 12:14 GMT)

hahahahaha very nice just luv ur cartoons.......

Posted by ramli on (July 13, 2013, 8:29 GMT)

Botham is doing self-trumpeting while real trumpets are banned from the ground ... that is what the cartoon probably tells ...

Posted by rick333 on (July 12, 2013, 22:39 GMT)

good one Satish! (damn what is with the limitation on minimun number of collumns)

Posted by taimoorkhalid on (July 10, 2013, 16:14 GMT)

Hilarious ... You have this unique ability to link things ... For those who dont get this ... Billy is banned from brining trumpet in Trent Bridge ... as it is against their policy

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