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(On his mic) - next kya hai?
Repoter- Sirji there were 200 lower caste villagers burned in Tamil Nadu where lower caste married upper caste....
Arnab Goswami - Good enough, you.... you have video? audio? or even tweets?.. if you don't.. you are fired!
Repoter - No sir
Arnab Goswami - Ok....change over to how TIMES NOW.. is the network bringing change to India, how we are distributing 'mashals" at India Gate.
For the benefit of desi people from the rest of the country who have no clue what I just said, the tappan koothu is a coundry dance done by porki fellows in Tamil Nadu to loud drum beats. It is performed to mark any occasion - birth, puberty, SSLC pass, marriage and even death.
If classic dance forms like Bharatnatyam, Kathak etc are white swans, then the tappan koothu is the ugly duckling.
(We have a variant of this under dappan koothu walso.)
Arun : Aiicchhh, what is that noise?
Logonathan : Somebody died. Come, lets join them and do tappan koothu
Arun : Thu, galeej fellow.
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