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Yet another one !!

From conceptualization to upload: 2 hours
Inspiration: Rain just a few hours ago
Music courtesy: Bebel Gilberto

"No commercial purpose intended"

Comments

raj alakshendra said…
the "f" effect is catching up ...
really a nice video .. another masterpiece from raths ...
Sublime.Subtle.Superb!
Shayon said…
More than th video, I loved the concept!!
Unknown said…
thanx guyz..

so which team are you supporting from friday??
Karma said…
excellent concept....amazing my riend.

By the way this time I will be rooting for Diego's men
Unknown said…
@Karma

Let's hit Park Street for an Argentine tee and the cello kebab on sat, plus of course some 'Jacobian' talks with auntie ;)

Btw with Milito's resemblance to Stallone, Sam too might be rooting for Arg..

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