MS Dhoni has created waves across the world since his sensational finish at Port-of-Spain earlier this month. Abhishek Mukherjee looks at an infuriated Adolf Hitler’s reaction at the immense public support Dhoni had received!
Please note this is a humour article – work of pure fiction
The Fuhrer wasn’t happy this week. Reports have been pouring in about the advent of a potential rival —someone who could topple his position and challenge his superiority in the world of glamour. To make things worse the spies have confirmed that the reports have been completely true and the man from Ranchi has indeed hogged limelight since his sensational performance braving an injury earlier this month.
Infuriated, agitated, and tense, the Fuhrer summoned the entire Who’s Who of his army. The panic-stricken men — the much-feared Gestapos among them — cancelled their Sunday appointments and rushed to the Fuhrer’s office. He was in such foul mood that the entire Hitler household and the neighbourhood had gathered around the office to eavesdrop.
The suspense was heavy on the feeble hearts. The silence outside the room was so claustrophobic that the wives of Reinhard Heyrdich and Heinrich Himmler had to step forward to calm down the women of the Hitler family.
This is what followed.
(Abhishek Mukherjee is a cricket historian and Senior Cricket Writer at CricketCountry. He generally looks upon life as a journey involving two components – cricket and literature – though not as disjoint elements. A passionate follower of the history of the sport with an insatiable appetite for trivia and anecdotes, he has also a steady love affair with the incredible assortment of numbers that cricket has to offer. He also thinks he can bowl decent leg-breaks in street cricket, and blogs at http://ovshake.blogspot.in. He can be followed on Twitter at http://www.twitter.com/