“What Sunny Leone Is Doing In Feild?”
We have read so many captions and quotes behind trucks which is used to keep people’s buri nazar away from the truck and shifted it to quote. Most famously, “buri nazar waale tera muh kaala”
But, do you ever come across to a field where the farmer used a hot picture of Sunny Leone that can help the farmer to shift Buri Nazar from his crops. A 45-year-old A Chenchu Reddy of Banda Kindi Palle village in Andhra Pradesh put a picture of Sunny Leone next to his growing field so that people don’t look at the crops.
In an interview with Hindustan Times, he said:
“This year, I have a good crop on 10 acres. This has been attracting the unnecessary attention of villagers and passersby. To ward off their evil eye, I thought of this idea of putting up the big flax poster of Sunny Leone a couple of days ago.”
Well, the text on the poster read as, Orey, nannu chusi edavakura, which translates to ‘hey, don’t cry or feel jealous of me’.
“Earlier I used to erect a drishti bomma (scarecrow type effigy) to attract the attention of everyone before they look at the crops. It is a common practice to erect such effigies to deviate negative attention. But since I couldn’t create one this year, I came up with this idea. Now they first notice the banners and it distracts them from the plants.”
“The result of the banners is good so far,” he says. “There is nothing wrong about it. No one has approached me saying that it is offensive or has claimed it is indecent.”
“I went to the computer center and asked them to give me a photo which will deviate the attention of the people away from my crops… and they gave me this photo.”
Well, this hilarious move is nothing less than a height of superstition, like we used to scare birds and an evil eye. As, he said, “The trick has worked. Nobody is looking at my crop now.”
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