Recently the former Pakistani cricket Abdul Razzaq has issued a public apology for his controversial remark on actress Aishwarya Rai Bachchan. he has seen a major uproar on social media over the remark made on Aishwarya Rai Bachan.
While addressing the media at the press conference, the cricketer was talking about the Pakistan cricket team’s performance and their coaching strategies, during which he metaphorically used actress Aishwarya Rai Bachchan’s name. This sparked an outrageous reaction by the netizens and fellow cricketers on social media.
Controversial remark on Aishwarya Rai Bachchan
Abdul Razzaq apologizes after facing uproar on his remark on social media, Pakistani cricketer Abdul Razzaq, in a viral video, cleared his stand. He stated, “I’m Abdul Razaaq…yesterday, during the press conference, we were discussing cricket coaching and intentions. I had a slip of the tongue and mistakenly took Aishwarya Rai’s name. I apologize to her personally. I did not intend to hurt anyone. I had to give some other example, but mistakenly used her name.”
Various Former cricketers also criticizes Razzaq’s remark, Shoaib Akhtar is one among them. To express his views he wrote a note on social media that read, “We don’t really intend to improve and enhance the players, in my opinion. That will never happen if you believe that I will marry Aishwarya (Rai) to have a good-natured and moral child. Therefore, you must first amend your intentions.”
Abdul Razzaq’s remark on Aishwarya Rai Bachchan
In a recent press conference, When asked about the the team’s performance during the ICC World Cup 2023. Razzaq said, “Here, I am referring to their (PCB’s) intention. While I was playing, I was aware of my captain Younis Khan’s good intentions. That gave me strength and confidence, and with Allah’s help, I was able to perform well for Pakistani cricket.” He further stated, “We don’t really intend to improve and enhance the players, in my opinion. That will never happen if you believe that I will marry Aishwarya (Rai) to have a good-natured and moral child. Therefore, you must first amend your intentions.”