Perfectionist. Businessman. Production Manager. Photographer. Blogger. Cook. Good listener. Movie buff. Psychedelic music lover. Jugado. Mr. Photoshop. Mr.Glove-Hands (Cricket Fielding). Athletic. Organizer. Fast learner. Webmaster. Traveler. Creative. Treasurer. Helpful. Trustworthy. Dynamic. Marketing guy. Prankster. Chicken lover. Good soul. Great Human Being. Rarest.

What more could someone possibly want in one single person? Talk about multitasking.

This creature once lived in a movie-rental store-cum-restaurant-cum-
computer repair shop-cum-newspaper production office-cum-disco-cum-photo gallery. And now anymore “-cum-” then the room shall not exist anymore.

Now here is one guy whom you run to for a solution to for the following things: something wrong in the computer/laptop? Want go to on a photo trip? Want to plan an event/trip? Want to play cricket/badminton/table tennis/pool table/swim? Want to make a PowerPoint presentation/Photoshop/
InDesign/ or any other various documentation on the computer? Want to make a website/blog? What to organize a barbeque dinner party? Want to eat some good food? Want to go to KFC for Zababs? Want to watch movie/exchange movies?

When in Webster University Thailand, few years back, all these were answered in a certain Room # 595. The resident of which was responsible for various memorable moments in many people’s lives. The list would be endless, so no real point in putting it up. But hopefully by now you know who I’m talking about. (Else, I’d doubt you would read so far.)

You’d be running faster to him if you want to play a prank (or as is often told “mess up the brains of ___). He is the king of pranks. Hopefully, you’re not his next target.

Warning (for women): Don’t worry if he suddenly changes your gender from female to male in any of his conversations, in any languages such as Hindi, English, Bengali (the little that he can speak; no more comments please) or any other languages that he claims to speak in; he blames it on the English education he got in his school, but there are other theories that are currently in being processed in this matter and which shall be disclosed when the right time comes.

And as someone has quite aptly coined a name – he is truly 
adwitya (Dwitya means second and Aditywa means for whom there is no second, therefore is UNIQUE.)

For further details, please contact Veeni Patel at 
veenipatel@gmail.com.

2 comments:

Baadshah said...

1st para is ok..
perhaps everyone will understand it..

baaki aaage veeni u have written like a pro fictional writer. i wonder how many people will be able to get all the lines correctly in their heads...

basically u have written from the view of a third person which is a negative for testimonials...

veeni i wanted to hear more of ur inner voice, i.e. from ur heart than what we all already know...

u r writing a testimonial for kuldip from ur end and not on behalf of all of us...hmm...

anyways..
would give it 3/10

thats it...
bad movie...

ha i liked the term adwitya very much...good find tough...

vp said...

yogesh,
thanks for ur comments....value ur critical analysis.

this was just my point of view of writing a testimonial...but who says that you are allowed only one testimonial per person.

there's always a second chance...

so shall pen out another one...

ps: but i still like this one...more my writing style..