Cricket anchor and comedian Danish Sait recently made a hilarious reel in association with the Apex Cricket Council as a part of the promotion of the 20-20 World Cup. The reel which had several star cricketers featuring in it went viral all over the internet. The comedian has now shared some behind-the-scenes moments of the hysterical reel which are as funny as the final product.
The behind-the-scenes video is a complete laugh riot as it features Virat Kohli, Hardik Pandya, Rishabh Pant, Shaheen Afridi, and several other stars unfiltered. Players are seen having a great time shooting the reel as they try hard to control their laughter in front of the camera.
Watch the video here:
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The reel which was uploaded on Danish’s Instagram handle on 18th October has over eight lakh likes so far. In the video, Danish was seen doing chucklesome mimicry of a news reporter who goes around asking funny questions in a serious tone to all the players.
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Danish is most famous for his character ‘Mr. Nags’ which he played in the Bangalore Franchise’s locker room show. He has also hosted the ODI World Cup 2015 on Star Sports.
Meanwhile, the 20-20 World Cup has been a massive hit since it began on 16th October. The fans have been treated with many mouth-watering clashes, several upsets and scintillating catches. The group stage of the tournament was highly entertaining as it began with Namibia stunning Asia Cup winners Sri Lanka on the very first day. The second day of the tournament saw West Indies being hammered by Scotland. The third day saw U.A.E’s Karthik Meiyappan picking up the fifth hat trick in the history of the 20-20 World Cup.
The biggest shock of the tournament came on 21st October as Ireland knocked out West Indies from the World Cup with a comprehensive nine-wicket victory. The first day of the Super 12 stage saw the hosts and defending champions Australia being hammered by New Zealand. The Kiwis registered a massive 89-run-win over Australia.