Note : One could understand this post only if they have a grip of the recent developments in Libya. If you don't know anything about the Libya Crisis, you can still read the post because even if you don't have a grip of this post, you are not gonna lose anything.
Recently Chronicwriter was invited to Libya to solve the internal crisis of the country. So he took a Pallavan Bus from Koyambedu bus stand on Saturday Night and reached Libya - early Sunday morning. He was greeted by delegates from three nations.
- Muhamed Kathafi from Libya
- Abama from US of A
- Melson Nandela from South Africa
The bus came to a halt in the Main Bus stand in Libya. The three delegates came forward to meet him. They did not give him a red carpet welcome nor did they garland him; but they had love in their hearts. This is evident from the photo. Click the pictures for a better view.
As soon as Chronicwriter got down from the bus, the delegates introduced themselves to him. Pleasantries were exchanged. He had bought Tirunelveli Iruttu kadai Halwa for them.
For some reason, Melson Mandela came for the meeting without any dress. Apparently he was taking bath and when he saw Chronicwriter entering Libya in a bus he did not want to waste time by wearing a dress. Soon, the delegates entered into a conversation. The three delegates discussed on how to stop Zooma from complicating things in Libya
The delegates and Chronicwriter, then had a detailed talk about NATO's intervention in Libya and also about Asama's Lucky helicopter raid on Pakistan. They even agreed to send an Anonymous mail to the G-8 summit.
Finally after a peaceful talk where no one understood anything, the discussion ended in chaos.
Chronicwriter's Black coolers was flicked by one of the delegates. He has a strong doubt on Abama.
Revelation by Mr.X.
The above five pictures were actually taken during a short-film shoot in Alampara fort near Pondicherry. Chronicwriter is acting as the Villain in the short film and this short film will soon be featured in the program -"Naalaiya Iyakkunar" in Kalaignar TV. Watch out for this funny short film by "Aahaa Productions".