Ayush has a wig emergency. His eye make-up is almost complete. The sequinned gown is basking in the dressing-room light. His lips are lusciously crimso…
Author: Premankur Biswas
I know, I know. This is not the time to say something like this. The left-liberals will think we are being puerile.
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