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As public figures they ought to have been coached on what to say and what not to say . The ban is probably for speaking too frankly rather than what they spoke.

 

But it's strange that the media wishes to remain silent on Karan johar who was the main instigator ... If a Bollywood actor stated this , then the outrage would have been significantly less.karan as the principal instigator, should be equally held responsible for probing these questions and not editing .

 

Kl Rahul stars are hopelessly misaligned . He should just stay away from media for next one year and be like pujara fir his own good.. 

 

Though the ban is excessive I think in a country like ours where folks emulate Bollywood stars and cricketers , this might be required .

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A few hilites

 

KJ: MSD or Kohli better captain?

KLR: We just got into the team, why are you doing this  :hysterical:

 

 

IPL

KJ: Do you get distracted by cheerleaders?:cheer5:

KLR: Yes....

KJ: Really?

KLR: yes I used to..

HP: Not me

KLR: that's because he's been with all of them 

 

[Ouch, that's gotta hurt for IPL's image.  They should ban these cheerleaders and after parties]

 

 

 

  • KLR : Kohli needs to calm down and take meditation or something lessons. kohli always about work :hysterical:
  • KLR dialing Kohli and Kohli didn't pick up his phone 
  • KLR partying late night before the match in Miami where he scored 100
  • KLR exposing that the Indian cricket team's change room has half naked men roaming around.
  • Pandya saying he likes to give a spanking to the players in the changeroom 
  • Both wanted to win that hamper and were proud that they killed it lol :hehe: 
  • Probably, the most offensive thing Pandya said was that he liked 'black culture' while referring to girls.  Surprised no one picked that up.  These guys think that Gayle or some other WI dudes represent the entire "black culture.

 

IMO, poor guys got setup by Karan Johar and over the top reaction from everyone.  What did KLR do?

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2 minutes ago, prasen82 said:

As public figures they ought to have been coached on what to say and what not to say . The ban is probably for speaking too frankly rather than what they spoke.

 

But it's strange that the media wishes to remain silent on Karan johar who was the main instigator ... If a Bollywood actor stated this , then the outrage would have been significantly less.karan as the principal instigator, should be equally held responsible for probing these questions and not editing .

 

Kl Rahul stars are hopelessly misaligned . He should just stay away from media for next one year and be like pujara fir his own good.. 

 

Though the ban is excessive I think in a country like ours where folks emulate Bollywood stars and cricketers , this might be required .

If klr loves a girl, her father will turn out to be the arch rival of his father since college days..

That's how badly klr's luck sucks these days... :p

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2 minutes ago, Temujin Khaghan said:

If klr loves a girl, her father will turn out to be the arch rival of his father since college days..

That's how badly klr's luck sucks these days... :p

To paraphrase in Tamil, (7.5) Ezhura naatu sani uchathula...

 

Saturn /Shani going crazy atop Rahul head..

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on topic, I don't think Pandya did any thing wrong.What he is experiencing is an absolute hypocrite feminist edulji  showing typical double standards of feminism which men  need to be highly beware of. So for this hypocrite feminist ,all that women who have been with Pandya were all  morally perfect, on the other hand, just because Pandya said it  in a chat show, suddenly that becomes a huge crime.

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10 minutes ago, rtmohanlal said:

on topic, I don't think Pandya did any thing wrong.What he is experiencing is an absolute hypocrite feminist pig faced edulji showing typical double standards of feminism which men  need to be highly beware of. So for this hypocrite feminist ,all that women who have been with Pandya were all  morally perfect, on the other hand, just because Pandya said it  in a chat show, suddenly that becomes a huge crime.

:hysterical::hysterical::hysterical:

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13 minutes ago, rtmohanlal said:

on topic, I don't think Pandya did any thing wrong.What he is experiencing is an absolute hypocrite feminist pig faced edulji  showing typical double standards of feminism which men  need to be highly beware of. So for this hypocrite feminist ,all that women who have been with Pandya were all  morally perfect, on the other hand, just because Pandya said it  in a chat show, suddenly that becomes a huge crime.

god :rotfl:

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In a country obsessed with cricketers and film stars what they speak in public needs to be a bit circumspect. We have been a traditional country and are slowly getting into Western values. I think the folks from cities and folks who comment on forums and Twitter's are more outliers rather than representing what the larger populace does. If pandya a 9th class dropout , with IPL contract and crores and bling talks about these topics and his preferences , imagine what message it gives to the larger population . I think I can differentiate his views  based on the exposure I received as part if my upbringing as well as the cities where I lived  but guess might not apply to everyone. So all of us have a moral right to ensure that we are socially a bit responsible and public figures need to be more responsible in what they say and how they conduct themselves.

 

Pandya and Rahul it's just unfortunate that they aired their views too openly.if they were like you and me nobody would have bothered ..

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Embarrassing stuff to ban them for one match let alone two whole series'. A slap on the wrist and a strong word about ethics & responsibility in the public eye would have been suffice. 

 

The hysterical Indian media has won on this occasion. 

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40 minutes ago, rtmohanlal said:

on topic, I don't think Pandya did any thing wrong.What he is experiencing is an absolute hypocrite feminist edulji  showing typical double standards of feminism which men  need to be highly beware of. So for this hypocrite feminist ,all that women who have been with Pandya were all  morally perfect, on the other hand, just because Pandya said it  in a chat show, suddenly that becomes a huge crime.

 

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39 minutes ago, PBN said:

off topic, Pandya speaks decent English for someone who hasn't had formal education..meaning able to pick it up quickly

Can't read or write but can follow and learn.

Could be signs of dyslexia .....specially since early childhood.

His OTT nature could well be to compensate for his inadequacy .

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25 minutes ago, prasen82 said:

In a country obsessed with cricketers and film stars what they speak in public needs to be a bit circumspect. We have been a traditional country and are slowly getting into Western values. I think the folks from cities and folks who comment on forums and Twitter's are more outliers rather than representing what the larger populace does. If pandya a 9th class dropout , with IPL contract and crores and bling talks about these topics and his preferences , imagine what message it gives to the larger population . I think I can differentiate his views  based on the exposure I received as part if my upbringing as well as the cities where I lived  but guess might not apply to everyone. So all of us have a moral right to ensure that we are socially a bit responsible and public figures need to be more responsible in what they say and how they conduct themselves.

 

Pandya and Rahul it's just unfortunate that they aired their views too openly.if they were like you and me nobody would have bothered ..

I agree. Their agents didn't do a good job of vetting who they interview with. Karan Johar is a provocateur. You cannot be a good boy and give diplomatic answers on his show. Rahul and Pandya set themselves up for a fall the moment they agreed to be on his show. 

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The misaligned outrage here is too much.

BCCI is a brand. Both of the guys represent BCCI, whether or not this was nothing to do with cricket. There is an association and a big one at that. BCCI has concerns about it's image and felt they needed to discipline the players.

Bans are very harsh though. Especially as they've been pulled from the whole series and possibly the NZ one too

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8 hours ago, Ankit_sharma03 said:

Families are discussing 

true ur world is quite small

I dnt see the problem

 

Father or Mother  having a conversation with a teenager about sex in an educational way is not the same as a grown ass man telling his parents “aaj thok ke aaya” . If that is happening everywhere that is the official degradation of the Indian society. I don’t think that happens. Stop making **** up to defend his “moronic”

bevahior. Key word “moronic” not “offensive”. The only thing I find offensive is his stupidity.

 

:hysterical: Pandya himself has apologized and even Virat has condemned his behavior. You are the only guy still defending him. Looks like you didn’t get the memo still.

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39 minutes ago, prasen82 said:

In a country obsessed with cricketers and film stars what they speak in public needs to be a bit circumspect. We have been a traditional country and are slowly getting into Western values. I think the folks from cities and folks who comment on forums and Twitter's are more outliers rather than representing what the larger populace does. If pandya a 9th class dropout , with IPL contract and crores and bling talks about these topics and his preferences , imagine what message it gives to the larger population . I think I can differentiate his views  based on the exposure I received as part if my upbringing as well as the cities where I lived  but guess might not apply to everyone. So all of us have a moral right to ensure that we are socially a bit responsible and public figures need to be more responsible in what they say and how they conduct themselves.

 

Pandya and Rahul it's just unfortunate that they aired their views too openly.if they were like you and me nobody would have bothered ..

the evil face of feminism of which every male needs to be cautious of. Even freedom of speech can be curtailed as a result.

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On 1/10/2019 at 7:28 AM, beetle said:

Thanks.  Was he drunk or something lol These things you share with your closest buddies in open terrace while drinking Not on National Television haha. Cricketers always attract women given the popularity of the sports. But these guys use their reputation to get in bed with women and brag about it. There are far more successful celebrities who stay grounded. AR Rahman is an example. 

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2 minutes ago, sandsaims said:

Hearing they might be called back from Australia. This is seriously getting ridiculous.

Yes ban is an overreaction. They got rightfully ridiculed and criticized for their pathetic behavior.

 

Now BCCI has to give them some sensitivity training and let it go. Banning them is an overreaction.

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46 minutes ago, rageaddict said:

:hysterical::hysterical::hysterical:

 

24 minutes ago, Real McCoy said:

 

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the unfortunate result of feminism which we all have to cope  in  the form of  this undeserving parasite appointed with a top position over the Gavaskar's, Kapildev's,Amarnath's  etc who spilt sweat  and blood  on the cricket field...

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17 minutes ago, beetle said:

People recycling to get into the wave...

 

:p:

 

Madam chandramukhi's page has this written in bold.

Look Sexy ,Talk Dirty...:hysterical:

Wohi to kar rahe the madam...

 

Isko bolo Zara Padai bidai pe dhyaan de :rotfl: Pandya would have taken her class there itself. :hysterical:

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6 hours ago, velu said:

 

problem is he has not done anything and still got punished for being a fool :lol: 

What Pandya did or did not can be subjective .... but the agenda driven mob backlash against him and KL is definitely shameful 

 

Pandya should be laughing at these undereducated folks, who flaunt their worthless degrees with pride, and still can’t get the context

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1 hour ago, rageaddict said:

:hysterical::hysterical::hysterical:

 

43 minutes ago, Real McCoy said:

 

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1 hour ago, rageaddict said:

:hysterical::hysterical::hysterical:

 

45 minutes ago, Real McCoy said:

 

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seems  has the habit of consuming kilograms of  red meat of that  poor brutally killed animal  on a routine basis. That's why  it seems her face  too is like that ... 

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1 hour ago, Suhaan said:

Pandya fans are supporting Pandya ,like party workers support their Neta in the aftermath of a Scandal( though its not,but should have avoided such things)

Pandya haters are cashing in this opportunity to lambast him yet again,

Well, k l Rahul ke sitare toh gardish me hain

The support by his PR/agents by writing 2 pages in supporting him has been funny. The oppose to this by other section of media has been equall in measure.  Nice masala time for cricket fans. Blockbuster. 

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5 minutes ago, Straight Drive said:

The support by his PR/agents by writing 2 pages in supporting him has been funny. The oppose to this by other section of media has been equall in measure.  Nice masala time for cricket fans. Blockbuster. 

A cricketer is facing unnecessary backlash and with Ind showing it is a land of foolish mobs, you find that funny!  :lol:

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32 minutes ago, rtmohanlal said:

the evil face of feminism of which every male needs to be cautious of. Even freedom of speech can be curtailed as a result.

Ghanta. Women are harassed abused, molested in hundreds of thousands every single day in india but cheap, cheap, cheap, cheap people like you talk about evils of feminism because some pampered millionaire players got suspended for a couple of days? This is the true face of the Indian male here. This guy is a clear incel with his thoughts process. If the same players had spoken bad about a politician or a religion they would have had their careers ended forever. But it's feminists who are evil of course.

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Just now, zen said:

A cricketer is facing unnecessary backlash and with Ind showing it is a land of foolish mobs, you find that funny!  :lol:

Why should I get sensitive about Pandya or Rahul or for that matter any other cricketer.  Its not like he has been tortured or severely ill to feel for him. He went to media for publicity and media reacted.  It's their (cricketers) problem how to deal with the media. I have no business being serious about  this, let BCCI tackle it as it's their job. 

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I hope they learn a lesson from here. However, I hope the inquiry is quick and they are either fined and/and warned and that should be the end of it. They should not have to suffer any more than this. They acted like deeks, they did not kill anyone. Punishment should be commensurate to the crime, not over the top. Don’t destroy their careers over this. 

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2 minutes ago, CSK Fan said:

Ghanta. Women are harassed abused, molested in hundreds of thousands every single day in india but cheap, cheap, cheap, cheap people like you talk about evils of feminism because some pampered millionaire players got suspended for a couple of days? This is the true face of the Indian male here. This guy is a clear incel with his thoughts process. If the same players had spoken bad about a politician or a religion they would have had their careers ended forever. But it's feminists who are evil of course.

Sounds very feministy MI fan. What a generalization of the Indian male. I can also characterize an Indian female as someone who is opportunistic and blame every man for her problems. What did Hardik do that brings out the feminist in you. Do you side with bollywood actresses who tag along the metoo movement forgetting that they were fully aware of the casting couch before they accepted the roles. Why are they blaming the man when they willingly did it. Metoo is the most fakest movements ever

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6 minutes ago, Straight Drive said:

Why should I get sensitive about Pandya or Rahul or for that matter any other cricketer.  Its not like he has been tortured or severely ill to feel for him. He went to media for publicity and media reacted.  It's their (cricketers) problem how to deal with the media. I have no business being serious about  this, let BCCI tackle it as it's their job. 

They went to the show. How many folks watch such shows? Are they the target audience? If not then ppl who are not the target audience are jumping in and commenting against Pandya (and KL)  :dontknow:

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3 minutes ago, zen said:

They went to the show. How many folks watch such shows? Are they the target audience? If not then ppl who are not the target audience are jumping in and commenting against Pandya (and KL)  :dontknow:

I have till date not watched a full show of KWK. But I have no problems if people and media watch that. I understand that media thrives on such shows for controversies and gossips. So they will continue to watch and look for more masala for their newspapers and film magazines.

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