Hi there, I have declined your speedy request for What is Troo? because the page did not constitute patent nonsense, in the Wikipedia sense of the word. Please keep in mind that the sorts of articles that can be deleted using the CSD G1 criteria are intentionally quite narrow, and that you need to be careful when you're CSD tagging to make sure that you use an applicable criteria. Lankiveil (speak to me) 08:40, 16 June 2010 (UTC).
- I also went through Wikipedia:Speedy_deletions and the section on Non-criteria, specifically Neologisms.
- This particular article - it starts with "Troo is a word that originated from two friends, Kevin Perrini and Jonathan Canales, that can be used as a noun, verb, or adjective. There is no actual definiton to "troo", but it mainly means either something gangster as fuck, or something awesome as hell."
- Surely noone would mind speedy deleting *this*?
- Thanks for the note on CSD, I'll keep it in mind.
03:40, 17 June 2010 (UTC)
- No, I certainly wouldn't mind the article being deleted, but at the same time we need to stay within the procedures that the community has come to a consensus on about what we can speedy delete. For better or worse, "articles" like that one aren't on the list of things that can be summarily deleted. Lankiveil (speak to me) 08:41, 18 June 2010 (UTC).
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- Thanks 07:25, 21 June 2010 (UTC)
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Main Page appearance: Rani Mukerji
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Rani Mukerji (born 1978) is an Indian film actress. Through her successful Bollywood (Hindi film) acting career, she has become one of the most high-profile celebrities in India. Mukerji has received seven Filmfare Awards from fourteen nominations, and her film roles have been cited as a significant departure from the traditional portrayal of women in mainstream Hindi cinema. Mukerji began a full-time career in film in 1997 and had her first major success with the 1998 romance Kuch Kuch Hota Hai. In 2002 she was acclaimed for her role in the relationship drama Saathiya, and by the year 2004 she had established herself as a leading actress of Bollywood with roles in the romantic comedy Hum Tum and the dramas Yuva and Veer-Zaara. She achieved further success for her leading roles in Black (2005) and Kabhi Alvida Naa Kehna (2006). After starring in a series of unsuccessful films, she featured in the successful thrillers No One Killed Jessica (2011) and Talaash: The Answer Lies Within (2012). In addition to acting in films, Mukerji has been actively involved with several humanitarian causes and is vocal about issues faced by women and children. (Full article...)