Devaiah Bopanna

Devaiah Bopanna

Devaiah Bopanna is a Mumbai-based writer who writes bad jokes for a living using non-living things. Follow him on Twitter (@devaiahPB), Instagram (devayeah), and Snapchat (devayeah). But don't follow him on his way back home because he will find that very creepy.

  • MakeSachinPatrioticAgain-SachinTendulkar Make Sachin Patriotic Again

    How do we get MP Sachin Tendulkar to attend Parliament? Maybe get some netas to go “Sachinnnn, Sachin! Saachinnnn, Sachin!” every time he makes an entry.

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  • FilmReviewPVSindhuBiopicisaMasterpiece Film Review: P V Sindhu Biopic is a Masterpiece

    This Friday’s release is about badminton player P V Sindhu, who rose like a phoenix from her Rio 2016 Olympics loss. Our reviewer gives it two thumbs up.

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  • AAP Gaye, Gore Rahe

    I am relieved that AAP has not come to power in Goa and will be unable to weed out the drugs and the corruption. Let’s be honest, we love Goa for everything that’s wrong with it.

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  • GurmeharKaurIndiasLatestAnti-National Gurmehar Kaur: India’s Latest “Anti-National”

    Gurmehar Kaur’s biggest mistake was that she used the word Pakistan and didn’t follow it up with madarchods.

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  • Hey McDonald’s, Leave My Dosa Alone

    As a true-blue South Indian I’m outraged at the thought of having a Masala Dosa Burger. If McDonald’s wanted to ruin something from the South, it should’ve gone for Sreesanth.

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  • The Difficulty of Being Taimur Ali Khan

    Taimur Ali Khan has his whole life ahead of him and it does not include wars and genocide.

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  • A Note Like Never Before

    The new ₹2000 note is 66 mm x 166 mm in size and is crafted out of one of Govinda’s magenta waistcoats from the early ’90s.

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  • TheBakraofBadPuns-CyrusMistryjokes The Bakra of Bad Puns

    “Tata to Cyrus.” “Mistry Ends.” Looks like the only legacy Cyrus Mistry will leave behind is that of terrible puns.

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  • DownwiththePakistaniDoosra Down with the Pakistani Doosra

    Why stop at banning Pakistani actors? Let’s go ahead and ban the reverse swing and doosra, Pakistan’s contribution to world cricket.

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  • Did Gandhism Come with an Expiry Date?

    Is Gandhism outdated for the very country it helped create? Of course not. But if you’re up against someone as powerful as you, Gandhism is a no-no.

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  • The Real Amitabh Bachchan Letter to Granddaughters

    The superstar grandpa pens a letter to Navya Naveli and Aaradhya talking about women empowerment. And of course, it has nothing to do with his upcoming film Pink.

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  • The Monk Who Had the Last Laugh

    The Jain monk spoke about female foeticide and sperm politics in the Haryana Assembly. But all that outraged Vishal Dadlani and his ilk was the nudity?

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  • The Darkest De on Twitter

    Shobhaa De’s scathing tweet about Indians not performing at the Olympics reeks of drunken uncles spewing out nonsense at a college reunion of the batch of 1970.

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  • TheManySacrificesofDonaldJTrump-ArrReads The Many Sacrifices of Donald J Trump

    For most people, becoming the president of the United States is the most coveted job in the world. But for Trump, it’s actually a step down.

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  • What’s a Hockey?

    The Indian hockey team thought making it to a final after 36 years, and losing to Australia, would definitely get them some attention. Boy, were they wrong.

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  • One Post to Mourn Them All

    With due respect to Muhammad Ali, it is unbelievable that he “deeply moved” so many on my friend list. These are the six kinds of social-media mourners you should watch out for.

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  • The Pursuit of Online Happiness

    I miss the good old days of Orkut when it was acceptable to not have a PoV on every goddamn issue, when fans of Lata di got along with fans of PeeCee.

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  • Innovation is Out, Ammavation is In

    Jayalalithaa is the best Indian start-up ever, immune to the vagaries of market economics and venture capitalists.

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