Mumbai. Any chance of a spectacular run chase by MI all but vanished after Rohit Sharma departed early in his happy hunting ground. Only Hardik stood tall amid the ruins, scoring a sparkling 91 off 32 balls — six fours and nine towering sixes. MI lost by 34 runs, but Hardik’s batting here was excellent news for India, with an eye on the World Cup.
BCCI has taken note and has made interview with Karan Johar mandatory as part of any training sessions before the world cup.
Hardik is having a stellar season with the Mumbai Indians and India would love if he carries the same form into the IPL. BCCi has asked the coaching staff comprising of Ravi Shastri and Sanjay Bangar to include an interview of the players with Karan Johar as part of the training session before the world cup.
The format of the interview will be the same as Koffee with Karan, and Karan will ask all controversial questions related to love life, sex, fashion, and lots more. Karan will obviously be paid for the whole exercise and even junior players will get a chance to answer Karan’s question at the setup in National Cricket Academy in Bengaluru.