Shafaat Ali’s comments on Indian team’s defeat against Australia will leave you in splits
In another fun-filled episode of “Har Lamha Purjosh”, popular mimicry artist Shafaat Ali trolled Indian cricket team over their defeat against Australia in the Friday ODI.
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Australian opener Usman Khawaja’s maiden one-day international century and incisive bowling helped Australia outplay India by 32 runs to stay alive in the five-match series. The Indian team was wearing army caps to pay tribute to their armed forces, a move criticized by cricket lovers across the world.
Comedian Shafaat Ali, who was mimicking a popular TV anchor and veteran reporter, expressed his views about situation in India after the crushing defeat.
“Ek Qayamat-e-Sughra Hai Yeh, Usman Khawaja ne Bharti Team Ko Dhool Chitta Di, Mgr Masla Yeh Hai K Bharti Fauj Bhi Asli Nahii Thee, Wo Bhi Jaali Thee, Hum Unse Yeh Kehna Chahenge k Hun Araam Aey,” said Shafaat Ali.
[It was a horrific situation, agent Usman Khawaja just destroyed the Indian army but the weirdest thing was that the Indian army was not the real army but the Indian cricket team, and we will like to ask the Indian team “Hun Araam Aey” (a Punjabi phrase to taunt someone about his/her unfulfilled desire) ]
The act generated a lot of laughs before Shafaat Ali moved on to troll Indian singer Adnan Sami.
When asked about his big break, Shafaat while playing the veteran reporter, said that his first report was reporting about a man emerging from a dinosaur’s egg and that man was Adnan Sami.
“Then that dinosaur went to India and after losing weight came out in human shape and size, people know him as Adnan Sami,” said Shafaat.
It is pertinent to note here that Pakistan’s Information Minister Fawad Chaudhry too asked the International Cricket Council (ICC) to take action against the Indian cricket team for “politicising” the game by donning camouflage army caps during their third ODI against Australia.
“It’s just not Cricket,” Chaudhry tweeted in the evening, adding that by wearing the caps, the Indian team had politicised the Gentleman’s Game. India were beaten in the match by 32 runs, with opener Usman Khawaja’s maiden ODI century and incisive bowling helping Australia.