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Hardik Pandya, KL Rahul fined 20 lakh each for sexist comment in Koffee with Karan
Mumbai, Apr 20 (IBNS): Indian cricketers Hardik Pandya and KL Rahul have been fined Rs. 20 lakh each by the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) Ombudsman DK Jain over the duo's sexist comments at chat show Koffee With Karan.
Pandya and Rahul have been asked to donate Rs. 1 lakh each to the widows of 10 paramilitary personnel who have lost their lives on duty.
The duo will have to donate Rs. 10 lakh each to the fund created by the Cricket Association for blind.
All the donations will have to be made by four weeks or else the same amount of money will be deducted from their match fees.
What did Pandya, Rahul say?
The alleged sexist remark came out from Pandya, who was present on director-producer-actor Karan Johar's talk show Koffee with Karan. Pandya was accompanied by Rahul in the same episode of the chat show.
When Karan asked Pandya why he doesn't ask for women's names at night clubs, the all-rounder said: "It is so much to talk man, so how can I remember the name also sometimes. It's so loud."
When the host insisted on what does the cricketer talks about, Pandya said: "Its not talking..Its watching and just observing how they move.....I am little from black side so I have to see how they move first...."
Both Pandya and Rahul talked about their sex lives. Rahul shared an experience of how he was caught with a condom by his mother.
Explaining how he is frank with his family, Pandya said: "My family I have been like I am open about everything. When I lost my virginity, I told my parents that aj kar ke aaya (I did it today)." (sic)
"There was a party when my parents were sitting and they were asking tera wala kaun kaun hai (which girls are yours). I actually sat with them and said yeh yeh and yeh (this, this and this girl)...and my parents said wah, wah proud of you beta (son)," Pandya added.
How did Indian board react?
The Indian cricket board had sent both the cricketers back home in the middle of the Australian tour early this year.