Health & Lifestyle

Harsh Goenka’s “IPL Menu” Gives A Quirky Shout Out To CSK’s Win

It’s “Whistle Podu” throughout social media platforms after Mahendra Singh Dhoni-led Chennai Super Kings lifted the Indian Premier League trophy for the fourth time. The Dubai International Stadium was bleeding yellow. Fans could not preserve calm after the ultimate ball was bowled. At one level, the highest 10 developments on Twitter have been dominated by CSK. The hashtags “CSK Forever” and “Mahi” are nonetheless trending on the microblogging platform. At such a time, industrialist Harsh Goenka too joined within the enjoyable and dropped a unusual shout out to the successful workforce. There is a twist. The tweet has all the pieces to do with meals.

Harsh Goenka has ready an IPL Menu. Interesting, proper? The opening line went like this: “Idli wins decisively against rasgulla in final.” We cannot miss the metaphors he’s utilizing. While idli represents  Chennai, Rasgulla positively symbolises the style of Kolkata.

He continued, “Tandoori nan tried hard…Bisi bele bhaath was looking delicious but… 5 times champion vadapaav was out. Lassi also couldn’t make it to the last 4. Daal baati was outclassed. Biryani remained at the bottom of the menu card.”

It’s fascinating how Harsh Goenka used dishes to characterize the groups in IPL. Vada pav stands for Mumbai Indians, the five-time champions didn’t show their mettle this season. Daal baati is a part of Rajasthani delicacies, therefore it represents Rajasthan Royals. Similarly, Bisi bele bhaath, a dish from Karnataka refers to Royal Challengers Bangalore. Biryani, undoubtedly, represented Sunrisers Hyderabad. For Delhi Capitals and Punjab Kings, Harsh Goenka picked tandoori naan and lassi. Can we give him 10/10 for the creativity?

Here is the tweet:

Twitter customers reacted in quirky methods to Harsh Goenka’s comment. One person wrote, “Sir what’s on your plate? Rasogolla for you being a half Bengali or Vada Pav for now settled in Mumbai? Or Dal Baati for your original roots? Please confirm.”

Another described the variety when it comes to idli. He wrote, “The idli is like the one at a popular restaurant in Matunga Mumbai, prepared by a chef from Jharkhand. But it tastes as authentic as any in Tamil Nadu.”

Some referred to IPL’s resolution of including two new groups to the league in 2022.

A person wrote, “After the success of this restaurant IPL, two more delicious items are going to be added by next year in this IPL Final menu card.”

 “Biryani is part of the main course, it is enjoying its middle-order position,” wrote this particular person.

What do you need to say about Harsh Goenka’s menu?

You may also like

Leave a reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *