SHAME! Rishi Kapoor Wants Repeat Of Sourav Ganguly’s Shirtless Act If Women In Blue Win World Cup 2017

What’s wrong with you Rishi Kapoor? The women in blue are playing a historic match and the senior actor thought that this was the perfect time for a crude joke

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SHAME! Rishi Kapoor Wants Repeat Of Sourav Ganguly’s Shirtless Act If Women In Blue Win World Cup 2017
Bollywood stars along with the rest of the country are cheering on the Indian women’s cricket team who are currently playing against England at Lord’s in the World Cup Final.

But Rishi Kapoor had a rather vulgar take on it. Kapoor tweets about every cricket match where India is playing and has a history of getting into trouble for it.

This time, the senior actor tweeted that he hoped for a repeat of the moment when Sourav Ganguly took off his shirt in the Lord’s balcony after India beat England in the Natwest final in 2002.

Kapoor tweeted, "Waiting for a repeat of Sourav Ganguly's act on the balcony of The Lords Ground,London,when India beat England 2002 NatWest series final! YO (sic)."


Pretty soon he was getting trolled on Twitter.

“Sir they are not cheap Bollywood people to do such vulgar things. Show some respect (sic),” read one tweet while another user wrote, “Sir I report this cheap tweet this is not culture I ask twitter Zuckerberg to suspend you tc (sic).”


Well, in this case he truly deserved the castigation. The tweet, which implied that Kapoor was waiting for the Indian team captain, Mithali Raj, to take off her shirt, was completely disrespectful.
 
Rishi soon tweeted an explanation. He wrote: "WHAT WRONG HAVE I SAID? I DIDNT SAY ANY FEMALE PLAYER SHOULD!I ONLY SAID  SOURAV GANGULY SHOULD REPEAT HIS SHOW. YOU HAVE A WRONG MIND DEAR! (sic)."


But Sourav Ganguly has not been spotted Lord’s, so that explanation falls flat.

Regardless of what Rishi Kapoor’s wishes are, we hope that the women in blue bring home the ICC Women’s World Cup 2017 and make all of us proud.


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