T20 World Cup 2022: Watch - India's stand-up comedian Danish Sait entertains fans with his funny video with Virat Kohli and others, video goes viral


The stand-up comedian of India, Danish Sait has once again come up with a funny video for the fans with the cricketers at the ICC mega event, T20 World Cup 2022. While the cricketers work hard ahead of the Super 12 group of the ongoing T20 World Cup, the Indian comedian was seen sharing hilarious moments with the cricketers.

Danish Sait is talking about everything done by the cricketers on the field like Bangladesh's famous Naagin dance and Hardik Pandya's famous meme "Karke Aaya".

Along with them, Danish Sait also shared a few funny moments with the former Indian skipper Virat Kohli, Rishabh Pant, Suryakumar Yadav, Shakib Al Hasan, Ravichandran Ashwin, Axar Patel, Dinesh Karthik and a few more which can you witness in the video.

Coming to the marquee event, the most-awaited rivalry, India vs Pakistan is scheduled to kick off on 23rd October, Sundar. There were a lot of expectations from the fans of both sides and it will be going to be a tough battle between these two teams on Sunday.

India will not travel to Pakistan: Jay Shah

Babar Azam - Virat Kohli - Mohammad Rizwan

The ACC President Jay Shah has confirmed that Team India will not travel to Pakistan for the upcoming Asia Cup which is scheduled to take place in the neighbouring country.

"Neutral venue for Asia Cup is not unprecedented and we have decided that we will not travel to Pakistan," Naseem Shah was quoted as saying by CricTracker. 

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Moreover, the former Pakistan cricketer and Pakistan Cricket Board's (PCB) chief Ramiz Raja also shared a few words and said, "90 per cent of the ICC funding is generated from the Indian market.

In other words, Indian business houses are running Pakistan cricket. If tomorrow, the Indian Prime Minister decides that they will not fund Pakistan cricket, there’s a possibility that the PCB can collapse."

Watch the video here: