“There are no suspects or wanted elements here,” says Maulana Abdul Malik, MNA, South Waziristan Agency.
“Allowing someone else to use your land has its implications,” says Asfandyar Wali Khan, President, Awami National Party.
“The team which handles the pressure best will carry the day,” says Imran Khan.
“We need planning in bowling against India’s powerful batting,” says Inzamam-ul-Haq, Captain, Pakistan Cricket Team.
“My main worry is our bowlers’ fitness,” says Saurav Ganguly, Captain, Indian Cricket Team.
“I am very allergic to being called ‘exotic,’” says Sara Suleri Goodyear.
“There is a conspiracy against me by the Jewish lobby,” says General Aslam Beg.
“Indian commercial cinema is intellectually timid and spiritually bankrupt,” says Mahesh Bhatt.
“As a film-maker, you can’t hide behind any one,” says Pooja Bhatt.
From local boys that made good abroad to die-hard patriots and former expats, the following high-fliers prove there is no one route to making it big.