Posted on March 31, 2007
Filed Under >Owais Mughal, Humor, Society, Sports
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53 responses to “Remembering Tikanjoo”

  1. arsalan says:

    i just wanted to say that cricket is a good game and needs to be e good game in pakistan s0 pakistan can be good at playing thae game and always defeat other countries in cricket.

  2. Owais Mughal says:

    Photo of another possible Tikanjoo here

  3. Owais Mughal says:

    Another thing i remember from our street cricket days were certain code words which our team had created to trick opposite teams. Usually these were Urdu sentences spoken backwards and sounded hilarious. We had lots of fun with these. e.g

    1. “Tool wal”: This was ‘loot lo’ in Urdu read backwards. We used it to tell batsmen to score as much as they can whenever a ‘halka’ (easy) bowler was bowling.

    2. “wad ghaab”: This was ‘do bhaag’ in Urdu read backwards. This was used when batsmen needed to convert a single run into couple.

    etc etc