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Former Pakistan pacer Shoaib Akhtar remains in the news for some reason or the other. Today it was for his hilarious video with Indian television personality Shefali Bagga on Instagram. The duo were involved in a fun game wherein the anchor Shefali Bagga tried to make the "Rawalpindi Express" laugh with some of her jokes.

In the footage, the pacer can be seen alongside the anchor, who introduces Akhtar as 'a legend and god of all time'. The anchor then tries to make Shoaib Akhtar laugh by cracking some jokes. These kind of videos are quite famous nowadays on platforms like 'Tik Tok' and 'Instagram Reels' but it is always funny to see people from the cricket industry involved in these kind of videos.

Shefali Bagga shared the video on her Instagram handle and captioned the video, "Try not to laugh with @imshoaibakhtar. Its great fun to see the stars having a laugh doing these challenges on social media."

However, what followed at the end of the clip was the most hilarious part as Shoaib Akhtar playfully quipped, "Chalo fenko isse pool mai (Now, throw her in the pool)."

Watch the video here:

The pacer is currently playing in Legends Cricket League and is representing the Asian Lions, who have made their way into the final of the tournament.

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Pakistan will beat India again in T20 World Cup: Shoaib Akhtar

Earlier, Shoaib Akhtar had claimed that Pakistan will beat India at the 2022 T20 World Cup. Akhtar also said  that Pakistan are a better T20I side than India and it’s okay for India to lose again. Notably, Pakistan broke the years-long record and beat India at the 2021 T20 World Cup by 10 wickets. They will face India at MCG on October 23.

"We will beat India again in Melbourne. Pakistan is a better side than India in T20 cricket. It's the Indian media that make unnecessary pressure on their team whenever we have the clash of both the countries in cricket, it's normal for India to lose," Akhtar said.