I don't actually know what it is, to be absolutely honest. ["Halla Bol", for the uninitiated]
It means a lot of money. It will definitely help the family. Me and my wife run a wedding venue in East London, and this injection of cash will help us set up things the way we have always wanted to.
Very much so. I was told by the Cape Cobras, "Thanks very much, your services are no longer required." Fortunately I got picked up by Middlesex and had a pretty good Twenty20 season with them, and things have gone well for me from there.
If am not playing cricket I'm a barman at the wedding venue. That's my second career, mixing drinks. Pour a beer or two and away we go.
No, no. I like a fair contest. I like to test my skills against them in a sober state.
Probably it's got to do with the way I bat. There's nothing pretty about my batting, but it is fairly effective.
Normally it is the other way around: what should they do. Probably be wary about things and people around you because there are some dubious characters who are on the lookout for tourists.
Come and enjoy the lifestyle - there are many famous national parks and zoos one could visit, to begin with.
Winning the Twenty20 championships with the Lions and Middlesex.
Very good question. Someone like Ian Botham because he was good with both bat and ball. He could hit it far, was a good seam bowler, and a good all-round cricketer.
He is the apple of my eye. His name is Chad and he turned three on the opening day of the IPL. He called up the morning before to say, "Daddy, I miss you. When are you coming home?"
I can hit it a fair distance - whether it goes straight is another story.
In the Twenty20 semi-final against Durham, when I pulled a Steve Harmison bouncer.
[Interrupts] Before you do that, I can tell you it was played by David Nash in England and Nick Compton wrote about it on his blog. We were at the indoor centre at Lord's, practising for the Pro40 Championship game and my phone rang. [Nash, pretending to be a UK sport doping control representative said Henderson had failed a drugs test and a "b" sample was needed.] Afterwards I found out it was Nash. All the guys had a good laugh. He has played such jokes on other guys, too, over the years. It's part of being in a team and I enjoy the company of the boys.
I'm a pretty cheerful chap, so that's perhaps as close as it gets.
That will surely come down the line.
Once I blocked one or two balls and the keeper said, "Are you sick or something? You don't play like this normally." And then I went after the bowling instantly.
I actually have a Sudoku book right next to me. There's 500-plus puzzles in it. I have probably done about 20. I've got a long way to go.
Relaxed, funny non-warrior would be a pretty good description of me.
Nagraj Gollapudi is an assistant editor at Cricinfo