I’ve been a fan of Cyrus Broacha since a long time. Ever since I saw him doing his thing on MTV Bakra, I have been fascinated with his impeccable comic timing and sense of humour. When I saw him on The Week That Wasn’t on CNN-IBN, I knew that I would never get enough of his antics.
Not only is he a TV show anchor, he has also dabbled in movies, writing scripts and even wrote two books titled “Karl Aaj or Kal” and “The Average Indian Male”. He is a columnist for two leading national dailies and has participated in reality shows such as Jhalak Dhikla Jaa (the Indian Version of Dancing With the Stars) and Khatron Ke Khiladi (the Indian Version of Fear Factor)
Cyrus, along with his friend and director of The Week That Wasn’t, Kunal Vijeykar, also have put up a few shows in various cities. He is also the host of NDTV’s annual Greenathon Programme.
According to me, Cyrus is very talented at all that he does. However, his writing style is too complicated and many, including me, do not appreciate this. Nevertheless, his ability to make people laugh at everyday situations makes up for this one flaw.