India lost to England, this year. 2017. Yet, we are happy. We are proud.
Already pissed off? Have some patience; read further. 😉
We are happy, and proud, because it required only the performance of the Indian Women’s Cricket Team to produce such an effect and afterwave effect on the whole country and world.
For the world, it’s rather simple: Might of India, might of Indian women, and bla bla bla.
Here, in our country though, it’s a rather complex subject to debate on.
Why? Because Censor Board still succeeds in cutting off parts of a particular women-centred movie, and almost bans it in our country, where it should be a critical acclaim.😑
Not to forget, already 10+ international awards. Hypocrisy is at its best, dattebayo!🙄
Not to forget, our Nawab of Najafgarh could take a dig again on Piers Morgan, thanks to the might of these 15 women.
There are now growing demands of Women’s IPL, courtesy of Virender Sehwag’s Twitter account.
It’s a good idea, isn’t it?😁
Anyway, with a former blog already being women-centred, it will not be fair if I continue writing beyond this point.
So, handing over the writing to my newest femme fatale, Poree Das. Read on, her work! 👇✌
A moment of screams, and a moment of silences…
“India shall lose today”, yelled brother.
“So close, yet so far…”, cried mom.
“Oh come on! Our girls are fighting better. Let’s encourage their spirits till the end.” And that was dad’s remark.
That’s how dad never failed to surprise me.
Our girls – Ain’t this response really, really overwhelming?
Yes, people. We are talking about the ‘Women in Blue’ – The Indian Women’s Cricket Team.
Kudos to the women of the country who, very prestigiously, have held Indian Cricket high in the ICC Women’s World Cup.
A tournament that deserved a grandstand finish, got exactly that.
Sheer hard luck it was in the finals though, but our homies did play well!
Breaking the stereotypes and taking steps over, breaking the barriers and chasing millions of dreams – women are shining hard in every field, be it Science, Arts or Sports.
Cricket has always been a matter of fascination, a sport to behold, and most importantly, AN EMOTION TO EVERYONE.
And our Indian daughters? Are they any way less?
To the women in BLUE,
To the lady captain who chose Cricket over Bharatanatyam
To the daughters, who manage to make the best of scores and wickets with clever mastery…
Ladies, we are proud of you, and forever will be,
HAIL INDIAN CRICKET, AND HAIL THE WOMEN IN BLUE, WE WILL ALWAYS BE!