Faking News Radio - Episode 1

This is the first attempt to produce a Radio news and I hope things would improve with successive attempts! 😛

Following is the transcript of the news, just in case the pronunciation gets better of you:

Prime Minister Manmohan Singh yet to call back Sonia Gandhi after having received a missed call

This is Breaking News on FN Radio and I’m your host Pagal Patrakar

UPA chairperson and Congress President Mrs Sonia Gandhi is believed to have given a missed call to Dr.  Manmohan Singh this morning, but Dr. Singh is yet to call back. Dr. Singh is a congress member, and also the prime minister of India. The development has left Congress workers completely clueless.

“Elections in Bihar are going on and no worker can afford to miss what Soniaji or Rahulbaba has to say. This is very irresponsible,”

That was a congress leader fighting elections in Bihar, who clearly sounded very upset. The leader further told Faking News that if Congress performed poorly in the Bihar assembly elections despite speeches and rallies by Rahul Gandhi, the irresponsible behavior of Dr. Manmohan Singh should be blamed.

This is FN Radio at 42.0 Mega Hertz

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21 Responses to “Manmohan Singh yet to call back Sonia Gandhi after receiving missed call”

  1. Awesome.

  2. Saffron Raja October 25, 2010

    24*7 FN radio would be a great relief for me who is sick of leftist opinions masquerading as news and want incisive satirical entertainment instead.

    Please launch ASAP.

  3. Abhishek October 25, 2010

    I agree with Saffron Raja… I am sick of left wing propaganda disguised as news on the major networks. They are also fake news channels, but do not have the sense of humour you have…

  4. Looking forward to more of it… 🙂

  5. Way too cool. Way to go!

  6. Middle class guy August 3, 2011

    Pagal Patrakar, you are the voice of India’s middle class! Great going!

  7. Hi Rahul. If this is your voice then I must admit that it sounds sweet. Looking forward to something on TV from FN.