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Second Mangalyaan mission planned to explore Sonakshi Sinha’s forehead

02, Jan 2014 By Vaibhav Anand

Bangalore: A senior scientist in Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) confirmed that another Mangalyaan mission was being planned to explore the abnormally large forehead of Sonakshi Sinha, a Bollywood actress.

Big enough
That’s abnormal.

“We have been tasked by the Central government to understand how Ms. Sinha gets so many movies despite having mediocre acting talent and looks,” Dr. M. Ramanappan, the senior scientist and official in-charge of the Mangalyaan in ISRO said. “The mission is planned as a fact finding expedition of her abnormally large forehead. Maybe we will be able to see something there that normal people keep missing- something that explains the number of movies she keeps getting.”

Dr. Ramanappan said that Mangalyaan had sent pictures of Mars that NASA had already taken through its Hubble telescope twenty years ago and aside from ISRO scientists photoshopping their own images on top on the photos taken of Mars terrain, there was hardly any practical use of the mission.

“The Mangal Mastaak mission- as we are calling the Sonakshi Sinha mission now- would be a far better use of the billion dollar equipment,” he concluded.

There were unconfirmed reports coming in from sources within the Congress that the government would use the findings to make changes through plastic surgery to the forehead of senior leaders like Mr. Rahul Gandhi, with the hope that the beleaguered party would find similar good fortune as Ms. Sinha in the 2014 elections.