Shrenu Parikh takes a dig at Hardik Pandya for his sexist remarks?

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Ahead of Saturday's first ODI against Australia in Sydney, India captain Virat Kohli said the comments made by the Rahul and Pandya are not supported by their teammates.

He also told a story about an incident where he was out with his parents at a party and told them about a woman he had previously had a "scene" with.

In a mail written to Pandya and Rahul, the Supreme Court-appointed Committee of Administrators (CoA) confirmed that both cricketers will be out of action until final adjudication in the matter. On the show, he also said how he informed his parents that he lost his virginity in a amusing manner.

They have been sent back from Australia, with the selectors picking their replacements, Vijay Shankar and Shubman Gill, for the remaining two ODIs Down Under and the subsequent New Zealand tour. While both Pandya and Rahul have been at receiving end of heavy criticism from all quarters, Hardik Pandya's father Himanshu Pandya has now come out in support of his son's indecent remarks on the show.

"We must take a view by the time second ODI gets over as we can not afford to debilitate team strength due to delinquent behaviour on the part of some player", Rai had written.

In the throwback video, Ranveer says that he used to watch Kareena Kapoor swimming in Otters Club and that is when he turned into a boy from a child. "Respect." However, neither social media users nor the BCCI thought that his "apology" was enough.

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Supriyo also said there should be a "thick" line between "reprimanding" the players and "destroying" them.

'After reflecting on my comments on Koffee with Karan, I would like to apologise to everyone concerned who I may have hurt in any way. "You don't get carried away by a mere show's nature #WHATASHAMW".

"Definitely it has to hit hard, they will definitely understand the things that have not gone right".

The first one-day worldwide is at the Sydney Cricket Ground on Saturday.

Kohli's side sealed its first Test series victory in Australia this week when the fourth match ended in a draw.

The three-match ODI series will commence on Saturday and will end on January 18.