The IPL 2023 is underway and the whole country is talking about cricket, similarly content creators and influencers have also established a social media trend around the sport. Popular Indian content creator, RJ Mahvash recently interviewed some former cricketers including Shoaib Akhtar, Harbhajan Singh, Jacques Kallis, Ross Taylor among others, where the former Pakistani pacer compared himself with Bollywood superstar Salman Khan.
RJ Mahvash is known for her witty and humourous content on social media and she is back with another hilarious video where she quizzed some of the cricket greats and they responded in a quick-witted fashion.
The video segment was named 'Bold or bowled with cricketers', which is a compilation of former cricketers answering bold questions in a humourous way. It began with Shoaib Akhtar answering the first thing he notices in a woman and the 'Rawalpindi Express' said, "Banda har chiz checkout karta hai aurat ki," which can be translated as, "a guy notices everything in a woman."
The radio jockey then asked the cricketers, including Harbhajan, Sreesanth, Akhtar, and others to give a message to their ex (girlfriend), and all came up with a chucklesome reply. Sreesanth said, "Love you, all," however, it was Jacques Kallis who came up with a savage response and said, "Your boyfriend called me. He is a fan." Similarly, Monty Panesar, Paul Collingwood, Ross Taylor also responded hilariously.
At the end, Mahvash asked Shoaib, "Most expensive gift you gave to a girl?" The world's fastest bowler began with keeping it a secret but eventually compared himself with Salman Khan on this particular question and said, "Me and Salman Khan are same."
Watch the video here:
Meanwhile, KL Rahul-led Lucknow Super Giants have claimed the top spot with six points in the IPL 2023 standings after defeating Virat Kohli's Royal Challengers Bangalore on Monday night in a last-ball thriller. LSG are followed by Rajasthan Royals, Kolkata Knight Riders, Gujarat Titans, Chennai Super Kings, and Punjab Kings with four points each in three matches.
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