Since Kejriwal has an eventful life and is in dire need of money (less funding, too much spent on bunglow, only Rs 500 in pocket), he should write one.
In this season, as autobiographies are dropping from sky instead of rain, and are being discussed everywhere, people have started dreaming about autobiographies in broad daylights too.
Everyone wants to either write one or become a part of one. More controversial the autobiography, the better.
Rumour mill churned the news that Aam Aadmi Party chief and 49-day chief minister of Delhi Arvind Kejriwal is also mulling over writing an autobiography. Well, if he does so, no wonder. He has a habit of doing everything very early. And if he doesn’t, it may be discarded as over-enthusiasm of his followers.
Well, some people on twitter, who probably have nothing to do rather than imagining various what-it-would-be-like-ifs all day, started a hash tag #KejriwalAutobiography encouraged by the works of Sanjaya Baru and Natwar Singh.
Incidentally, Kejriwal, who is busy in planning his August 3 dharna (Yes, he found an excuse to stage one) at Jantar Mantar tweeted:
LG has passed orders that no political posters can be put behind autos. Why? Any logic? BJP scared of AAP? LG playing in BJP hands?
— Arvind Kejriwal (@ArvindKejriwal) August 2, 2014
Now this ‘auto’ issue (and previous famous ones too) culminated into a rage and was attached to ‘biography’ probably by one of the AAP topi dhaari. And loo! #KejriwalAutobigraphy started trending worldwide!
People not only gave suggestions regarding the title of the possible book, they also took pain to imagine what chapters may well be included there.
Take a look:
— Arvind Kejriwal (@Airwindkejriwal) August 2, 2014
— Aniket Shah (@_Aniket) August 2, 2014
#KejriwalAutobiography– A ‘biography’ about how first I fooled ‘Auto-‘wallas and how finally ‘Auto’-wallahs slapped me! Word Auto means sth.
— Hemant Bharatiya (@HemantBhrt) August 2, 2014
#KejriwalAutobiography 50 shades of red after getting slapped
— Gautam (@gautamverma23) August 2, 2014
On 49th page of #KejriwalAutobiography: Should I write further?* â–¡ Yes â–¡ No *Since I haven’t received your response, the book ends here
— à¤—à¥€à¤¤à¤¿à¤•à¤¾ (@ggiittiikkaa) August 2, 2014
3 U-turns of my life. #KejriwalAutobiography
— Keh Ke Peheno (@coolfunnytshirt) August 2, 2014
#KejriwalAutobiography My experiments with ‘U’ and other interesting Dharna tales.
— Aditya Shastry (@Wulfric_Brian) August 2, 2014
#KejriwalAutobiography – “Gone with the wind …in 49 days”
— Nishant (@Shukul) August 2, 2014
— Baba baklol (@BabaBaklol) August 2, 2014
#KejriwalAutoBiography The Art of getting house for 1 Rs
— NamoMyPM (@SunilSinghBJP) August 2, 2014
#kejriwalautobiography Dummy’s guide to a life in rent-free (govt) bungalows.
— Gururaj S (@Equateall) August 2, 2014
— mayank sharma (@msmayankdy) August 2, 2014
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— à¤à¤°à¥à¤¤à¥ƒà¤¹à¤°à¤¿ (@WakeMe_Up) August 2, 2014
Available in English-‘Ahem..Ahem’ Available in Hindi-‘à¤–à¥‹à¤‚-à¤–à¥‹à¤‚’ #KejriwalAutobiography
— à¤®à¥à¤¯à¤¾à¤Š..à¤†à¤Šà¤Š..à¤²à¥‹à¤²à¤¿à¤¤à¤¾ (@holycatfuk) August 2, 2014
Every chapter of the #KejriwalAutobiography will end with a question and a number to SMS your answer to.
— NumbYaar (@NumbYaar) August 2, 2014
#KejriwalAutobiography I came, I saw, I conquered and I fucked up
— Ra_Bies (@Ra_Bies) August 2, 2014
I Made A National Political Party Just For Twitter Followers #KejriwalAutobiography
— Champ-u-terology (@BolshoyBooze) August 2, 2014
#KejriwalAutobiography No Acche Din, Just Glycodin !
— à¤®à¤¨à¥à¤à¤¾à¤ˆ à¤¸à¤¿à¤‚à¤—à¤¾à¤ªà¥‚à¤°à¥€ (@manu_bajaj) August 2, 2014
Since Kejriwal has an eventful life and is in dire need of money (less funding, too much spent on bunglow, only Rs 500 in pocket), he should write one. At least his followers will buy five copies each: one for themselves, one for using as banner in any protest, one for presenting others, one for pasting on autos and the last one to slap (oops!) on the face of their critics.
And he may write part II of his autobiography when he decides to take a U-turn from everything written in it too. In fact, he can now openly write about his associaton with Congress, Sonia Gandhi, Rahul Gandhi and others who fund him. Natwar Singh has proved that self-damning is in trend.