Imran Khan left his country in these turbulent times to holiday in Mumbai at socialite Parmeshwar Godrej’s bungalow.

India should back our democratic process.”

Sure, and it is the right to be where you want to be when you want to be.

Other earlier quotes of Imran that are pertinent in the given circumstances of his country and his version of democracy.

“If your house is burning, wouldn't you try and put out the fire?”

The hose-pipe is in my city?

“It's more important to try to do something for the crores of poor people of my country.”

Yes…later, honey. No rush.


  1. FV:

    Nice picture of an old man relaxing in the sun. The heat in Pakistan is too much to handle and Parmeshwar Godrej's pool side is much pleasant than the dust (and bomb) strewn bylanes of his native land.
    Just that he claims to be a political leader of Pakistan and is aspiring to claim the higher moral ground in the political landscape there.

  2. Ooooooh, I've been trying to convince my cricket-stricken friends of the guy's fraudulence. This will help. Thankie.

  3. PS:

    Why are you sounding like a cricket commentator...and the sun is covered by clouds, Imran blinks as he waits to bowl...this isn't home turf, so he is relaxed. He looks tired though...do you think he can talk about a winning team? One can never tell...cricket is an unpredictable game...hahaha...???


    The opening "ooohh" made me wonder: "Was it a gun in your pocket or were you just happy to see him"?

    Original Mae West quote: "Is this a gun in your pocket or are you only happy to see me?"

  4. FV
    There's nothing wrong with this photo.

    Imran Khan did the smart move to hid here and relaxing, this is not the right time to waste his precious life.

  5. Circle:

    I agree with the first part...


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