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Rohit Sharma reacts to Farokh Engineer’s controversial comment


India’s stand-in skipper at the moment, Rohit Sharma expressed his stance on the recent controversial comment made by Farokh Engineer regarding the board.

Rohit Sharma

Farokh Engineer recently published criticism on Indian team selectors and the Anushka Sharma. Also, he claimed that one of the selectors wearing India blazer was serving cups of tea to Virat Kohli’s wife Anushka Sharma during the World Cup.

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The comment made by Farokh is going viral at the moment. When asked about the issue to Rohit Sharma, he was smart enough to avoid entering into the unwanted issue for him. Rohit Sharma refused to make any statement regarding this matter.

“Neither am I the President nor the captain, a regular captain. So what should I say about this? So ask him (Farokh Engineer) why did he say that? I haven’t said anything, so, what should I say? I cannot go into Farokh Sir’s head and see why he said that? Right?” Rohit Sharma said according to NNIS Sports News.

Already MSK Prasad and Anushka Sharma expressed their disappointments over the comment made by Farok Engineer on them. Anushka Sharma was seen blasted over the criticisms made on her for the first time.

On the other side, MSK Prasad said, “Someone at the age of 82 should reflect maturity and enjoy the progress of Indian cricket from his time to the current day. I feel sad for someone deriving sadistic pleasure out of indulging in the petty talk, thereby demeaning & disrespecting the selectors and wife of Indian captain through false and frivolous allegations.”

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