“It’s a sin”: KL Rahul faces meme fest with line from Naseeruddin Shah’s film after Glenn Maxwell plays another impressive knock against India in second ODI


Another of Glen Maxwell’s fiery innings on the second One Day International against India at the Sydney Cricket Ground has caused another meme fest on Twitter with former India cricketer Wasim Jaffer borrowing a famous line from Naseeruddin Shah’s film to take a potshot at KL Rahul. Jaffer was the batting coach of Kings Xi Punjab, which was captained by Rahul in the just-concluded IPL.

Maxwell, who failed to impress fans both with his batting and bowling while playing for Kings XI Punjab in the IPL, was on fire against India during the second ODI. He remained not out at 63, which he took just 29 balls to score with his knock including four boundaries and as many sixes.

In the first ODI, the Australian all-rounder had made 45 runs by facing just 19 balls.

Reacting to Maxwell’s knock, Jaffer tweeted a photo of Naseeruddin Shah with a famous dialogue from his film which read, “Gunaah Hai Yeh (This is a sin).”

Similar sentiments were shared by other Twitterati as they flooded the microblogging site with hilarious memes.

In the just-concluded IPL championship, Maxwell scored 108 runs in 13 matches with an average of 15.42. He had also failed to impress with his bowling by taking just three wickets in the whole competition.

Reacting to earlier social media conversations, Maxwell had said that he apologised to KL Rahul for his impressive batting against India in the ongoing series.


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