OMG! Sreesanth Blames Karan Johar For The Hardik Pandya-KL Rahul 'Koffee With Karan 6' Controversy

Here's what the former cricketer said on the controversy
OMG! Sreesanth Blames Karan Johar For The Hardik Pandya-KL Rahul 'Koffee With Karan 6' Controversy
Sreesanth; Hardik Pandya, Karan Johar and KL Rahul

If you thought that the topic of Hardik Pandya’s and KL Rahul’s Koffee With Karan controversy was over then you were absolutely wrong. What started off as a social media trolling actually went on to affect cricketers Hardik’s and Rahul’s careers. The duo appeared on the sixth season of Karan Johar’s Koffee chat show Koffee With Karan and faced a lot of heat over Hardik’s sexist and crass comments right after the episode was aired.

The two were sent back from Australia and were not allowed to play India V/S Australia series after the ban from BCCI. While several people showed anger and rage towards Hardik, recently Sourav Ganguly and Swara Bhaskar came out in support of the two. And now joining the league is former cricketer Sreesanth who has partially blamed Johar for the entire situation.

According to a report in peepingmoon.com,  in an interview, when asked if the anchors are often responsible for the kind of responses the interviewee gives, he said, “Partially, Karan Johar is at fault. I think it is what it is, if you ask the right question for the channel, without their knowledge, a person who is immature might end up saying something he regrets.” He also said how recently, it so happened that the interviewer asked questions in a certain way, and it was clear that it is purely to get the answer he wants to get. He further stated how if someone is flying high, they might even end up catering to what the interviewer is looking to get.

Meanwhile, Sreesanth has been keeping busy with the promotions of his upcoming film, and he continues to receive loads of love and support for his stint in Bigg Boss 12. On Thursday, both Sreesanth and Dipika Kakar were seen attending an awards show, and it turned out to be a major nostalgia for all the SreePika fans.

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