Saturday, July 9, 2011
Droll rendition of Delhi Belly
The West Indian pace attack of the 1980's proved to be a nemesis for many a batsman. Ambrose's comely appearance made him famous. And lets come back to 2011 once again. Amir's droll rendition of Delhi Belly has proved to be a hit. The boy in the film is thought to be – pound for pound, inch-for-inch and punch for punch – the best pugilist in the world, a fighter without a flaw. And the other boy said that he was not really a philatelist and that the collection of rare stamps had been gifted to him by his grandfather.