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Indian batsmen to open poultry farm using every ‘Anda’ collected while batting

13, Aug 2018 By Sandeep Kadian

London: India may have been humiliated badly during the 2nd Test match at Lords but the experience has given a new business idea to some of the batsmen in the side. Like the legendary businessman Teja from Andaz Apna Apna, some of the batsmen have started dreaming about a great poultry farm of their own.

Best thing about this business venture is that no investment will be required as these batsmen have already collected planet of Andas while batting and there are still 3 more Tests remaining to collect more of them.

In total, Indian players collected 7 eggs in the 2nd Test and 9 so far in the series. Murali Vijay, Kuldeep Yadav and Dinesh Karthik have been really prolific collectors and are thought to be the men who came up with the original idea for this business venture. While the number may seem small now, there are expectations that this will grow significantly during the next 3 Tests with more people joining in to add their share.

Speaking to Faking News on the condition of anonymity, a source inside the Indian team said, “They may not be getting any runs but at least they are getting some sort of funding for their business. As it is, the cricket careers of some of these players look in jeopardy after these performances so they need to look for an alternate career and being a businessman is as respectable as any profession.”

However, a big fear among these potential businessmen is that someone in team management may make Egg bhurji of their andas and use it as a chakhna with this evening daru.