In a recent media interaction with former Pakistani cricketers, the cricket world witnessed a surprising turn of events when ex-cricketer Abdul Razzaq’s comments about Bollywood actress Aishwarya Rai sparked controversy.
The discussion initially revolved around the strong criticisms of the Babar Azam-led Pakistan cricket team’s disappointing performance in the 2023 ICC World Cup.
Razzaq, known for his straightforward approach, took everyone by surprise with a controversial statement, using Aishwarya Rai as an analogy.
During the press event, he stated, “If you think that by marrying Aishwarya Rai a good and pious kid would be born, it would never happen.” This analogy aimed to underscore the importance of pure intentions within the cricket board, suggesting that the PCB’s dedication to nurturing and honing players’ skills is lacking.
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This analogy, aiming to highlight the importance of genuine intentions within the cricket board, shed light on PCB‘s commitment to nurturing and refining players’ skills. Recalling his own playing days, Razzaq credited former captain Younis Khan for instilling confidence via good intentions.