Our heartfelt condolences to Congress party and its ‘not-so-bright’ scion Rahul Gandhi. Rahul Gandhi’s debut television interview has done more harm than good for the party and its image, but has surely benefitted the nation and its voters. Ask how? Well, Rahul Gandhi’s painfully dumb debut on Times Now’s Frankly Speaking bought to fore the dim-wit Gandhi heir, who was being so far hailed as the future of India. The interview just made us all realize that a silent prime minister is certainly better than a dumb one.
This led us to imagine what a watch-worthy face-off it would be if certain other controversial figures made it to the newsman’s hot seat. We take a guess.
It took Rahul Gandhi a decade to give a one-on-one interview on national television, and he bungled it up for sure. We wonder how the political matriarch Sonia Gandhi would fare on the hot seat against Arnab Goswami.
Last time we wrote something about Godman Asaram Bapu, we faced a barrage of angry backlash from his followers. So we wonder about how Arnab Goswami will deal with this god-man – with all the allegations and charges against him, and more importantly, how Asaram will respond to these and justify his actions!
With her histrionics and controversial statements, this drama queen will set the studio on fire if ever there was a face-off with Arnab Goswami. If Rakhi’s big mouth ran off in the wrong direction, then none can stop Arnab from breaking the sets with his wrath.
AW: Suchorita Choudhury
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