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Nita Ambani Photos, Picture hot on web after Bhajji incident

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Nita Ambani has become hot on the web with search volumes spiking after Harbhajan lifted her in the IPL winning excitement. In the past few hours, the number of searches made for photos and pictures of Nita Ambani has increased many folds, after the picture of Harbhajan lifting Nita Ambani landed on the Yahoo India Home Page.


Nita Ambani Photos and Pictures on the Web:

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We have already got a discussion going on, on this website about the incident and Harbhajan did that in pure excitement of winning the IPL match between MI and RCB, played yesterday in Mumbai. The picture of Harbhajan Singh lifting Nita Ambani has been spreading on the web like wild fire and according to some comments we have received from our visitors over here, it can even has the potential to cause a controversy. We sure hope it doesn’t and we believe it happened in the pure spirit of the game.

Nita Ambani has always been the biggest inspiration to her team, the Mumbai Indians and she has never missed a game played by them.

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  • bittu
    Apr 22, 2010 at 10:00:pm

    I believe these kind of incidents should never be given hype .. This is true spirit of the game and no one should take an advantage to speak about that.. Media should be more cautious when spreading these kind of images on to world…

    Please discuss something which can help to grow the nation spirit….

  • Anon.
    Apr 23, 2010 at 12:05:am

    Cute pic.
    Only Bhajji could do it – out of sheer joy, without batting an eyelid, without thinking twice.
    Nobody else will dare do it.
    Am sure it will not be a cause for controversy; just a good, rare pic!

  • Rag
    Apr 23, 2010 at 06:59:am

    People should know to control their emotions.Bhajji doesn`t have that,he is still a kid by heart.When Ganguly removed his shirt during the match in England,everyone said it as rediculous,but being emotional in patriotism is not wrong.
    Given the fact that she is the owner,Bhajji should have behaved in a different way.Will he do that to Mr.Mukesh Ambani :D

  • Jumbs
    Apr 23, 2010 at 10:20:am

    Kya baat hai….kuchh to hai??

  • RM
    Apr 25, 2010 at 05:15:pm

    These are spontaneous moments and should be taken in sporting spirit. Yes, only Bhajji has the guts to do it. He will remember this moment throughout his life, even Nita Ambani too, for that matter Mukesh Ambani as well.

  • Shrin
    May 06, 2010 at 06:18:pm

    Bhajji is sheer shame and being Sardar, one can not expect a Gadda to become Ghora even after cross breading. He seems to be out of his mind. Does not know the limits of equittes.

  • Alok
    May 06, 2010 at 06:59:pm

    Mukesh Ambani must shunt out this mindless chicken from Mumbai Indian without thinking for a moment. He is just a duffer. His manners are cause of shame for all of us in India. Nita Ambani is not just any lady, whom he may have dared to touch in hopless manner. She is the pride of us. I suggest to throw him in the ocean near Mumbai. Just discard this mindless chicken. He has dented your Public image with his foolish act. He deserve the worst, he hurt a genuine feelings of any Indian.

  • mahind
    May 11, 2010 at 08:11:pm

    really its a matter of joy of cricket, which should be taken sportingly, as mrs ambani did, but then to discuss whether it is right or wrong is very pathetic and ironically placed, seeing cheer girls doing all sorts of embarrasing activities to be viewed in a family atmosphere belonging to indian culture.

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