It is official. Arvind Kejriwal-led Aam Aadmi Party will be making its national debut in the upcoming general elections but Mr Kejriwal won't be contesting. After stunning the political class with its spectacular show in Delhi, the party has declared its intention to contest the polls from as many seats as possible, and expects to win at least 50. While the AAP is yet to announce the blueprint for its campaign, will the party's ability to attract candidates from unconventional backgrounds and its reformist, pro-people rhetoric prove to be the big spoiler for the Congress and the BJP? We discuss.