Just when things are going fine for KL Rahul and Hardik Pandya, they have given their time for a talk show, which ruined a lot for the duo. They have been under the pump and were also banned from playing all forms of the game for Indian Cricket. Meanwhile, the former Australian Shane Warne, who himself got quite a few controversies under his belt spoke on the issue.
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In the recently aired talk show named Koffee With Karan that has a huge fan base in India, Hardik Pandya has passed on sexist comments. Just after Hardik Pandya passing the comments, the people out there showed their anger on the social media causing outrage to Hardik Pandya. Eventually, it made an impact on his career alongside KL Rahul.
We want to see players emotions – Shane Warne
Speaking of the incident, Shane Warne is happy that the bans on the duo were revoked. He felt that the things happened with the cricketers was ridiculous. Further, he asked cricketers to express their opinions out.
Shane Warne went on to say that the world become politically correct and the people want cricketers to be real. He doesn’t want that to happen and wants cricketers to have their personal life as their wish.
“Good lord. As I said, it’s all about political correctness these days. If a player steps out of line, everybody has an opinion and I thought that this particular thing was ridiculous. Just let them be,” Warne told Times of India.
“We live in a world that’s increasingly becoming politically correct. And what we want to see from sportspersons is them being real. We want to see their emotions, see them playing with freedom, expressing themselves. We don’t want to see them conforming,” he added.
Well, Shane Warne has got a point. Meanwhile, Hardik Pandya made a successful return to the International Cricket and delivering the goods in all sections of the game. He recently delivered a sensational knock in the final ODI against New Zealand and also showed his bowling and fielding skills.
Meanwhile, KL Rahul is finding it tough to make things fall in place. He is walking on the thin ice, as far as his selection for ICC World Cup 2019 is concerned.