Pakistan VS India Advert for Cricket World Cup 2019

Tanya Simon
June 15, 2019

On the other side of the border, a Pakistan TV channel has come up with its own campaign that parodies the capture of IAF Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman by Pakistan in February.

After loads of moqa moqa videos from India, this time India released a father's day video taunting Pakistani cricket team.

Sania is an Indian citizen married to a Pakistani cricketer.

Sania Mirza has slammed commercials being broadcast in both India and Pakistan ahead of their high-voltage clash in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 on June 16 in Manchester.

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Many social media users appeared, perhaps predictably, less than thrilled by the ad and its use of Varthaman's image, as the pilot has been hailed as hero in India upon his return. The actor repeats Abhinandhan's statement "I'm sorry, I am not supposed to tell you this" when he is asked India's playing world cup and the team's strategy if it wins the toss. It is shown that Abhinandan has a cup of tea in his hand when he was set to leave for India. In the 33-second clip, a character impersonating Abhinandan was depicted wearing the Indian jersey.

Some, however, argued that it was merely "banter" and that Indian companies also made ads mocking Pakistan.

The tagline "cup kaha lay k ja rae ho" is the best thing in this advert. She often had to face trolls questioning her nationality and loyalty. But people are waiting for the biggest match between India and Pakistan (India vs Pakistan) on June 16th.

The India-Pak cricket rivalry has been one of the most intense and intensified sports rivalries. Though the relations between the two nations are still unpleasant, the match between India and Pakistan looks to get a green signal. "Seriously, guys, you don't need to "hype up" or market the match anymore specially with rubbish! it has ENOUGH attention already!It's only cricket for God sake, and if you think it's anymore than that then get a grip or get a life!"

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