The much-awaited semi-final match of ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 is here. Both the teams, India and New Zealand have pulled up their socks for the battle. But, before the high-octane clash between the two teams, a “mauka-mauka” ad video has gone viral on the social media platforms which troll the New Zealand fan.
The video is posted by an India fan which is seen making fun of the Kiwi supporter.
ICC Cricket World Cup: “Mauka-Mauka” advertisement
In the 3 minutes 42 seconds advertisement, an agent is seen distributing return tickets to the fans of six countries’ team. South Africa, West Indies, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh get the return tickets. However, Afghanistan gets a business class ticket for the commendable performance in the tournament.
Surprisingly, the Indian fan is sponsoring the tickets for all the teams. When the Pakistan Fan enters, he is denied the return ticket as India has directed him to stay and watch ICC World Cup 2019 finals.
Meanwhile, NZ fan enters and sponsors the return tickets for India as social work. But, India trolls him by offering the crown and got down on knees before him. He later refers to him as the “king of haath ko aaya, muh na laga” (the king of ‘the dish was in the hand but couldn’t taste it’).
He even trolls Pakistan when he refers to him as “king of chokers”. The Indian fan corrects him as “king of brothers”. As India has defeated Pakistan seven times in the World Cup and they will defeat NZ for the seventh time in the semi-finals.
Watch the video here:
Other Seven Pictures’ Mauka-Mauka advertisements
Before this, the YouTube channel V Seven Pictures’ has posted five other videos trolling other countries’ teams too. Check them here:
India vs England
However, New Zealand has made to the semi-finals six times but could not win the trophy. India and NZ have clashed for the eight times in World Cups out of which NZ has won four and India has won three. One of the matches got washed out.
Now, it will be interesting to see which teams make it to the finals of ICC World Cup 2019.
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