This is my 150th article. On this auspicious occasion, I’ll tell you the legendary story of a great Kung-Fu master!
When I was a kid, I saw the movie, “Enter the Dragon”. I became an instant fan of Bruce Lee. From that day onwards, I used to often stand in front of the mirror and admire my rib cage bones and scream like Bruce Lee. I even went on to break the wash basin, window pane, showcase glass, and dishes at home. Such outbursts had often led to my father beating me up very badly.
My fascination with kung fu grew with age. I got my first black belt when I was only 8 years old! Breaking a clay-brick was not a very tough job anymore. I used to simply drop them from the top of my terrace. I still do that on holidays to scare people away. I even accidentally fractured my hand once, just like Jackie Chan does in every film of his. I fell off from a hockey goal post while performing a double split somersault. My hand was operated and I still have a titanium plate inside. But the rage continues…
P.S.- The black belt I mentioned was purchased by my father. I wanted a red one 😦
P.S- Celebrating over 10,000 visitors and 150 articles in less than 5 months 🙂
congratulations master sourav… You deserve everything… Keep up the good work
I would rather not hear u about Kung-fu 🙂 I’ve experienced it already which is enough for a long time. 🙂 I’m sure few other people would agree 😉 Take care Sourav (don’t try too many stunts).
May you and Sankalp grow rapidly to serve the nation!
Kung-Fu,Boxing and what not you try!!
You still do that on holidays to scare people??
Why don’t you try to scare us in hostel too:)
Bachche last line….thode alag hai…
“But the rage continues…”
okay ..i dont wanna speak about it or blacken a part of ma face wit another punch ..
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