Now i was preparing for some jugaad intern at Delhi or Bangalore.
And here I received a call, which changed my life forever…….and I mean it…….
“MAIN BARBAAD HO GAYA, MAIN BARBAAD HO GAYA, MAIN BARBAAD HO GAYA, KYUN HOTA HAI AISA MERE SAATH [WINK] KYUN [WINK HARDER]”
Unfortunately, Arora failed his dope test and lost his Schlumberger intern and was so embarrassed. At this point – Jab Sahil pe musibat aan padi, to Niketh toot gaya aur Dangu ne uska saath chod diya.
By the time, though I had got a jugaad intern in a startup at Bangalore, I was preferring some intern in Delhi only to that in Bangalore. Now Sahil started pursuading me to go Bangalore and get him also an intern with me. Then I saw the first glimpse of ‘wicked Arora’. He took the contact from me assuring me he will not apply, and then he did!!! Oh, that was perfectly ok for my new friend. But then he called our intern-company and told them that ‘Arjun is not coming’ Oh! WTH, I wonder why was I not angry so much at that time. Anyway, somehow I rescued and later landed up in Bangalore after loosing our Dream Interns.
The only good things Arora ever did to me was introducing me Dangwal – my coming friend.
During our stay at Bangalore, I got to know Arora very much. We both shared lots of things, one of which was sharing names of our best friends, that were Niketh and Vijay.
Aaahhh, those numerous precious and ultimate funny moments staying with Jhatu, Sutta, Murli, Arora at Narendra PG and working with Ishi, Ami, Udit **, Siddharth, Shashikant, Ritesh, Sheena, Shweta, Kavitha and last but not the least Gautam cannot be summarized here…
I thank my all my company people for celebrating my Birthday in such a manner.
Arora, just remember for a moment that ‘ho gaya’, attending 8am international calls, HTML..oh sorry HTML5, running without saving, reliability on Visual Studio, Aaqib, displaying c***** publicly, locanto.in and the embarrassment after returning back to the PG on 14-15 July night, aunty laughing, saying,”alle lella lay….”, drugged food @ Punjabi Dhaba, our new room in Roshan bhaiya’s home and many more………………..
Then after frustrating from living with Arora and hearing his ‘sattar ka dashak……’,’songs on Rishibha’ and lots of bakwaas, we all 5 finally set out for Guwahati on the same day 23 July, that also reminded me my journey back to India from Frankfurt on 23 July 2010.
Here I end my note with the line – The above incidents, meeting to Sahil Arora, ‘changed’ my life for ever…..