Shrenu Parikh takes a dig at Hardik Pandya for his sexist remarks?

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Not apology, support or activism, what we expect and need are proactive steps towards an equal and respectable society that condones such behaviour.

The thought of a talk show making life hard for so many people never came across anyone's mind until India opening batsman Lokesh Rahul and all-rounder Hardik Pandya made their presence felt (in its truest sense) on renowned talk show Koffee With Karan. While KL Rahul does not seem to have made such statements himself on the episode, he did not counter Hardik either.

CoA Chairman Vinod Rai had earlier recommended a two-ODI ban for them but Diana made a decision to seek legal opinion before taking any action.

Hardik Pandya and K L Rahul will be sent home on the first available flight from Australia as the BCCI suspended them Friday for their outrage-evoking comments on women, hours after the duo's on-field leader Virat Kohli expressed his disapproval.

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According to reports, both the players have been dropped from the first one-day global (ODI) against Australia, which is scheduled to be played in Sydney Saturday.

He wrote, "After reflecting on my comments on Koffee with Karan, I would like to apologize to everyone concerned who I may have hurt in any way".

Even Pandya had earlier mentioned he had got carried away by the "nature of the show" while apologising for his comments on social media.

In Sydney, on the eve of the ODI series, captain Kohli condemned the two for what he termed "inappropriate" comments but said he was not too stressed about the possibility of a ban on the all-rounder.

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Hardik had boasted about seeing multiple women on Koffee With Karan and his parents pride in the same while being degrading towards women. In no way did I mean to disrespect or hurt anyone's sentiments. "My father later came into my bedroom and he said he is very happy that I was using it but there is a certain age for this and asked me to focus on my cricket", he said.

"Definitely it has to hit hard, they will definitely understand the things that have not gone right".

"We as the Indian cricket team and responsible cricketers do not support such views", Kohli said during the pre-match press conference in Sydney.

However, the skipper insisted that the dressing room morale won't be affected by the controversy after the historic high of a maiden Test series triumph in Australia. "This definitely was going to happen".

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