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One man show....

I read about it in the Silhouttes brochure, and at first wondered about the people who will be performing..... U know i was a little enthusiastic abt the idea that i may be able to see Amit Kumar Singh sir on stage , or maybe R R Mahakud sir will dazzle us again with his show...

It was i think two days before the show that Shikha Pandey mam 'informed' me that i m going on stage...

Dumbstruck... i made a hunt for ideas, struggling with anxiety , sleeplessness and occasional hypoglycemia... i managed to mix Mr. Bean with Mahakud sir's idea and a childish story from Avijeet, and made my original 'Pappu's story'. No comments on the name plz !. AFMC people alredy know the reason behind this strange name....

It went just average , besides the fact that less than 20 people from U2 were there to see it. I got some mixed reactions......

AKS sir : arrey bhai , tune kiya kya tha ..... main to backstage se dekh hi nahin paya yaar !
Shikha mam ( on Backstage ) : Really amazing ! i m sure u r in competition for the first prize.
Althamus ( Audience ) : Quite well, but it became a little tox in the end..
Some batchmate (in the hostel) : really good Pappu ! u performed well. .... i heard it from someone.... who heard it from........... ....
Some one from audience (during the show) : Ek , Do , Teen , Char.... band karo ye atyachaar !!

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