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Page 40 mid-day timepass, sunday, august 7, 2016, mumbai, web: www.mid-day.com, twitter @mid_day YOU & EYE – A WEEKLY HUMOUR SERIES THAT DEMYSTIFIES BLINDNESS, CURATED BY XRCVC.ORG Image description: A cartoon strip with 12 frames… Frame 1: (A man with a golden tooth wearing a suit, sitting and talking on a mobile phone while placing his left hand behind his head) Man in suit: Hello… B.G. ji? This is Pappu Bhai calling! I was told you could help me! Frame 2: (The visually impaired man – BG – holding a mobile phone to his ear)
A thought bubble represents that he is thinking: Oh oh! Not another crank call! Frame 3: (Pappu Bhai grins as he continues talking on the phone) Pappu Bhai:
Could you arrange for say… twenty thirty blind children to be fed?! Frame 4: (BG on the phone) BG: Fed what? Frame 5: (A close-up of Pappu Bhai grinning as he continues talking on the phone) Pappu Bhai: A free veg meal! They get to eat! I get 'Pitru' ki shanti! Frame 6: (A close-up of BG) A thought bubble represents that he is thinking: 'Peace for father's soul'! Frame 7: (BG on the phone) BG: Why blind kids? Won't your Daddyji attain peace if you feed sighted kids? Frame 8: (Pappu Bhai appears upset as he continues talking on the phone) Pappu Bhai: Don't make fun of my Daddyji! Feeding blind children is instant merit! Frame 9: (BG on the phone) BG: Be sensible, Pappu Bhai! Educate a blind child instead! Frame 10: (Pappu Bhai seems to be screaming on the phone. The text in this frame is shown bigger and bolder than regular-sized text.) Pappu Bhai: ARE YOU TRYING TO TELL ME WHAT'S GOOD FOR MY PITAJI'S SOUL?! Frame 11:
(The word CLICK! is written, followed below by 2 parallel zig-zag lines. SWITCH OFF… is written to show that Pappu Bhai hung up on BG.) Frame 12: (BG holding a mobile phone away from his ear) A thought bubble represents that he is thinking: Crank call!
 

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