Abdul Razzaq Aishwarya Rai Comment Video: “Marry Aishwarya Rai and expect a kid with morals”
Updated on: Nov 14, 2023 2:07 pm IST
The aftermath of Pakistan’s underwhelming performance in the ongoing ICC ODI World Cup in India has seen outspoken criticism from former cricketers. Abdul Razzaq, alongside veterans like Shoaib Malik and Kamran Akmal, voiced concerns about Babar Azam’s captaincy and leadership skills, suggesting a change might be necessary.
Abdul Razzaq Aishwarya Rai Comment Video
At an event in Karachi discussing Pakistan’s World Cup campaign, Razzaq highlighted Babar Azam’s tenure as captain since late 2019, attributing some of Pakistan’s setbacks to what he deemed as misguided decisions. Razzaq’s candid critique aimed at Babar’s leadership during the tournament, implying that erroneous calls contributed to the team’s poor performance.
However, the controversy emerged when Razzaq made an analogy involving Bollywood actor Aishwarya Rai, implying a lack of intent or foresight within the Pakistan Cricket Board’s policies. “We don’t have any intention to develop and polish players in Pakistan. If you think that by marrying Aishwarya, a good and pious kid would be born, it won’t happen,” Razzaq’s comment stated. Here’s video
Abdul Razzaq says it is “Impossible if you marry Aishwarya Rai and you expect Good-natured kids from her”
Gutterchap level mindset of Muslim radical men todays Hindu women.
— Curly Jeevi (@curlykrazy07) November 14, 2023
The mention of Aishwarya Rai drew sharp criticism from netizens, condemning the derogatory reference to the former Miss World and Bollywood star. The remark, perceived as distasteful and disrespectful, sparked outrage on social media platforms, labeling it as a “new low” and “terrible” to associate a renowned personality in such a manner.
The presence of veterans Shahid Afridi and Umar Gul, who were seen laughing and applauding Razzaq’s remark, further intensified the backlash, raising questions about the propriety of their reaction to the comment.
Meanwhile, Babar Azam is reportedly set to meet PCB chief Zaka Ashraf to deliberate on his captaincy across all formats following the disappointing World Cup campaign.
In other developments, former South African pacer Morne Morkel resigned as Pakistan’s bowling coach prematurely, citing personal reasons. His departure comes ahead of Pakistan’s forthcoming challenge—a three-match Test series against Australia from December 14, 2023, to January 7, 2024, in Australia.
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