“Rakh Rakh Ke Deta Hai”: Anchor’s epic description of Virat Kohli To Haris Rauf leaves everyone divided

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Indian cricketers have a large fan base in Pakistan. Among the current players, Virat kohli arguably the most famous player in the neighboring country of India. Despite the fact that Kohli’s racket did a lot of damage when India last met Pakistan – at T20 World Cup 202 – respect for the iconic hitter is high. In a program with the participation of Pakistani speed runners Haris Raufthe presenter’s description of Kohli is the perfect example of how every citizen of the country views resilient Indians.

In a program of a Pakistani TV channel, Haris Rauf was tasked with depicting a person on a TV screen while blindfolded. To help the Pakistani cricketer, the presenter tried to describe the person on the screen by giving hints. While narrating who Kohli is, the host once said that Kohli “Rakh, rakh ke deta hai (he hit it hard)”.

The description not only divided the audience but also Rauf. Here is the video:

The anchorman then said: “Aapko bhi rakh rakh ke diye hain (He also hit you very hard).” Then Haris asked: “Is he a cricketer?” The presenter’s answer was affirmative and the speed controller Pakistanis quickly guessed it was Virat Kohli.

During the show, Haris was full of praise for Kohli. He also talked about the double six that Kohli hit him in the 19th minute of the runc-hase match in the T20 World Cup 2022 clash. He said: “Anyone who plays cricket knows he is a player like that. How he played that shot now, I don’t think he can do it again. Such shots are quite rare, you can’t hit them over and over again. perfect and it got a six.”

For that particular match, Virat scored a decisive knock-out with 82 runs in 53 balls, including six fourths and four sixths. India claimed 28 runs from eight. last ball to win the game when Kohli hit two stunning sixs to Harris Rauf, turning the game in his favor.

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