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'Chotu Bhaiyaa should play...': Urvashi Rautela counters Rishabh Pant's 'mera pichachorho behen' jibe Urvashi-Rishabh
Image Credit: Instagram/Rishabh Pant/Urvashi Rautela

'Chotu Bhaiyaa should play...': Urvashi Rautela counters Rishabh Pant's 'mera pichachorho behen' jibe

IBNS | @indiablooms | 12 Aug 2022, 03:18 pm

Bollywood actor Urvashi Rautela has called Indian wicketkeeper-batsman Rishabh Pant "bhaiyaa" or "brother" in her response to the flamboyant cricketer's dismissal of the former's claim over the duo's supposed meetup.

In an interview, Urvashi claimed Rishabh had waited for the actor at the "lobby".

Urvashi said, "I was shooting in Varanasi, wahan se I had a show in New Delhi, toh meri wahaan se delhi ki flight thi. In New Delhi, I was shooting full day and after about 10 hours of shooting when I went back, I had to get ready and you know that girls take a lot of time to get ready.

"Mr. RP came, he sat in the lobby and waited for me, and he wanted to meet. Main itni tired thi, main so gayi and I didn’t realize that I had received so many calls."

She further added, "So, when I woke up, I saw 16-17 missed calls and then I felt so bad. That someone was waiting for me and I didn’t go.

"Out of respect, because a lot of girls don’t care about making someone wait, out of that show of respect, I told him that let’s meet when you’ll come to Mumbai."

After Urvashi's comment went viral, Rishabh rubbished the claim on Instagram.

"It's funny how people lie in interviews just for some meagre popularity and for hitting the headlines.

"Sad how some people are so thirsty for fame and name. May God bless them "merapichachorhoBehen #Jhutkibhilimithotihai," Rishabh wrote.

In a counter, Urvashi took to Instagram to slam Rishabh indirectly calling him a "kiddo".

She said, "Chotu Bhaiyaa should play bat ball. Main koyi Munni nahi hoon badnaam hone with young kiddo darlings tere liye liye @Rakshabandhan Mubarak ho #RPChtobhaiyaa #Cougarhunter #Donttakeadvantageofsilentgirl."