Aakash Chopra Shuts Down Pakistani Actress Who Tried To Act Funny

Former Indian cricketer turned commentator, Aakash Chopra gave a savage reply to a Pakistani fan, who claimed that the match between India and Afghanistan was fixed. On Wednesday, Team India registered their maiden win after defeating Afghanistan by 66 runs to keep their hopes of qualifying for the semi-final stages of the tournament alive.


After suffering two back-to-back defeats in the ongoing T20 World Cup 2021, the Indian side bounced back into the form and gave a stunning team performance as they defeated Afghanistan by 66 runs.

Following India’s win, Aakash Chopra took to his Twitter and lauded the stunning performance given by the Indian cricketers in the game against Afghanistan. In his Tweet, Chopra expressed his happiness after watching the solid comeback of team India. He wrote:

“This is how it is done. India played like India,” 

The tweet went viral in no time and was flooded with reactions from the fans to it. However, among many, the tweet also caught the attention of Pakistani actor Sehar Shinwari, who tried to insult the Indian cricket team by claiming that the match was fixed. She wrote:

“BCCI bought a good match”.

Here, check out the Tweet and Sehar Shinwari’s reply:

For the unversed, following India’s win over Afghanistan, some Pakistan fans started a fake trend on social media, where they claimed that the match between India and Afghanistan was fixed. From the actors to ministers, several people from Pakistan contributed to this trend. However, several former Pakistani cricketers, including the likes of Wasim Akram, Shoaib Akhtar, who have slammed such empty accusations.

Meanwhile, the tweet from Sehar Shinwari soon caught the attention of Aakash Chopra and he was quick to come up with a savage reply to it. In his reply, Chopra shared a quote that read:

“If only closed minds came with closed mouths,”

Here, check out his Tweet:

Unnati Madan

I love watching cricket but writing about it came unexpectedly.

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