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Cyrus Broacha says, be brave like a lion

Here's the funny man Cyrus Broacha to answer all your queries.

entertainment Updated: Jan 26, 2012 15:24 IST
Cyrus Broacha

Here's the funny man Cyrus Broacha to answer all your queries.

I am 16 and I know a girl since childhood. We were together till sixth grade and then she left my neighborhood, though we kept in touch. After a while, I started to miss her and the time I had spent with her. So one day I proposed her, but she said she didn’t want to get into a relationship at this age. My heart doesn’t allow me to flirt with any other girl. Please help.
— Vineet
Vineet, is your heart with you? I need to speak to your heart, ASAP, and alone. Dear Vineet’s heart, you’ve loved a girl for about four years now. You love everything about her but she has rejected you quite clearly. Yet, you are still in love with her.<b1>

I can’t blame you. You are but a heart. You can’t help but love selflessly and unconditionally. But please don’t drag Vineet into your tragic stupor. He’s only 16 years and has lots of girls and love that he hasnt experienced yet. Think of Vineet and help him move on.

I am a 14-year-old girl and I met this guy when I was 11. I still like him, but we haven’t communicated in the past two and a half years. Before he stopped talking to me, I think he somehow found out that I liked him. So he stopped talking to me. Then a year after I met him, there was a little misunderstanding between us. And, I believe, he hates me since then, which is something I feel bad about. My friends keep telling me that whenever he is around me he keeps looking at me till I move away. It’s happened quite a few times now. I’m confused. What do I do?
— Miss Sad And Confused
Dear Miss Sad And Confused, if you think you are confused and sad, well then, you don’t know 14-year-old boys. Their condition is much worse. If you’ll excuse the pun.
A 14-year-old boy doesn’t know if he’s coming or going. I know this well as I was once 14 myself, for many years. However if he is staring at you (according to over 1,000 eyewitnesses), then that’s a sure shot sign that the candle is still burning.

So don’t be confused and don’t be too sad, I think the coast is clear. To badly paraphrase my distant relative Elvis Presley, “A little less confusion and a little more action will be your winning bet”.

I am in a relationship with a guy for the last two and a half years. But now I don’t have the same feelings for him. I am also falling for someone else. I don’t want to hurt my boyfriend nor do I want to be committed to him. What should I do? Please help.
.— Shraddhaa
Shraddhaa, this question is as simple as solving the Rubik’s Cube without hands would have been for Albert Einstein. You are bored of the old and are interested in someone new. Definitely the desire to jump from an old alliance to a new one is as old as the hills. It happens in politics all the time. But when you leave the BJP to join the Congress, hurt is bound to happen. If you don’t believe me, ask Jaspal Rana, professional shooter and amateur politician. (normally the reverse is more appropriate). It’s time to bring in the new Shraddhaa.

I am 19 and I like a girl in my building a lot. Once we were very good friends. But I don’t know why she hasn’t spoken to me in the last two years. I want to tell her how much I like her and that I would do anything to keep her happy. How should I approach her?
— Amit Furia
Amit, you want to know why she hasn’t spoken to you in two years? Come closer, I don’t want to speak too loudly in front of your friends and family and thus embarrass you. Amit, she hasn’t spoken to you because you haven’t spoken to her. Be brave be a lion. And that doesn’t mean scratching your ear with your leg, it means much more. Go get her Tiger, errr Lion.