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Hardik Pandya once again trolled, “Aaj Karke Aaya Hai” female showed banner: NZ vs IND match

Hardik Pandya once again trolled, “Aaj Kya Karke Aaya Hai” female showed banner: NZ vs IND match

All-rounder Hardik Pandya, who has been suspended after being indecently rumored against women in the coffee with Karan talk show, is also an important part of Team India on tour New-Zealand. Not only this, Hardik and Kunal had also made a record of play in the same match of two brothers by the Indian side by joining T-20 earlier. But the chronicling of coffee, Karan, is not ready to leave the heart of Hardik even after he has passed a difficult time and is looking forward to returning to international cricket.

Yes, it seems that cricket fan  is not ready to forgive pandya easily. One such thing happened between India and New Zealand in another T20 match in Auckland. India won the match and got the match in the three-match T-20 series. Pandya brothers also played India together in this match and represented India. In this match, when everything went smoothly in favor of India, then everyone’s eyes were stopped at a female audience.

In fact, this lady’s had taken a banner in her hand, after reading those words that were written, once again, the memories of Pandya’s controversial statement got refreshed. The banner that the female fan had taken was for the hardik Pandya, on which it was written, “aaj kya karke aaya hai?” Let me tell you that this statement of Pandya has been strained when Pandya had said in Karan Johar’s show- “aaj Mai karke aaya”.

India may have won this match, but the female fan banner too has a lot of headlines in its place. A user has demanded this award to be conferred with the Bharat Ratna in this joke. By the way, on that day Pandya alone was not targeted by people on Eden Park, but many people also performed on campaigns like Me-To. One such poster was – Jago New Zealand Cricket, #MeToo This poster was for Kiwi player Kugelen, who was accused of raping a woman. Although the court had declared them innocent.

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