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Boy sues leading telecom company after his attempt to impress his Dad backfires

25, Mar 2015 By freelancer

New Delhi: A boy named Chintu, resident of south Delhi today moved the court against country’s leading telecommunication company for misguiding him and giving false hopes. Chintu was highly impressed by the company’s message shown in the advertisement and was determined to win his father’s heart as envisaged in the ad. But not only his attempts to impress his father went in vain but led him to receive thrashing from the hands of his father.

Chintu: Padh raha hoon Papa..Padh raha hoon
Chintu: Padh raha hoon Papa..Padh raha hoon

Chintu, who is also appearing for the board examination this year had shown notable difference in his behavior to achieve his goal. He started washing his dad’s clothes, washing his car, polishing his shoes, cleaning his ears, massaging his head etc. On the other hand his dad Aloknath was totally unaware about his child’s plans and was confused with Chintu’s behavior. He thought, hadn’t he acted at the right time anything could have happened to his child. In an interview to our correspondent he said,”When I discussed the issue with my friends, a friend suggested that some wrong evil power is dominating Chintu’s body. So as a solution I had to bring him back to normal by beating with leather shoes and specifically making him smell the leather of my shoes. Now he is okay. I was enlightened at the right time by my friend. Now Chintu is focusing back on board exams.”

Gobar Gang in Action!
Gobar Gang in Action!

Meanwhile the ‘Gobar Gang’, a group formed by eminent free people (vellas) from different fields termed the ad anti feminist and came on roads protesting against the same. Police had to lathicharge and use water cannon to disperse the gang. Our correspondent himself confused about this allegation from the Gobars tried to understand their perspective. Chief of the Gang Mr Tittu said,”Sab mile hue hai ji.. We are protesting because original song is based on sister and if the ad creators had to necessarily change the angle they should have directed on mother, why they have replaced sister with dad is inexplicable, ji. You can’t replace a feminine social character by a male in that way, as we are already aware that women of today are contributing equally as the men, be that in a family or a professional organization.”

Surprisingly a spokesman from the company was available for comment on the issue and said “Arey Tittuji aap dimaag mat chalaaiye, aap bas A.C chalaaiye.”