Pakistanis take down Rishi Kapoor after 'India will BLUE you' tweet

'I'd flush this tweet into the toilet but there aren't many of those in India'

Entertainment Desk June 15, 2017
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Pakistan's brilliant performance in Wednesday's match cemented its place in the final of the ongoing ICC Champions Trophy.

Pakistan vanquish mighty England to reach Champions Trophy final

Celebrities across the nation congratulated the cricket team on their fantastic performance.









While everyone lauded the terrific game, celebrities from across the border couldn't help but comment on Team Pakistan's marvellous win!

Bollywood veteran Rishi Kapoor, for one, too took to Twitter to express his feelings about Sunday's big final which, everyone is expecting, will be Pakistan vs India.

A child's adorable rendition of Hasan Ali's celebration

Team India is yet to qualify for the finals if they beat Bangladesh in the second leg of the semis, but the Bobby star went a bit over confident and tweeted, "Congratulations Pakistan! You enter finals? Wow! Good to see you wearing our colour BLUE! Get ready to be BLUED now! We will BLUE you away!"



His tweet obviously didn't go down too well with the overexcited Pakistanis, whoΒ had a thing or two to say about it.







This will never, ever get old.

https://twitter.com/NotAnoss/status/875029521447170049

These memes though...





https://twitter.com/Mr_waow/status/875036609649008644

Yep, yep.



Very poor choice of words, indeed.







Talk about making sense!





Oh Rishi, we realise you're also excited for an India vs Pakistan final but let's just focus on defeating Bangladesh today?

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Shahrukh | 3 years ago | Reply | Recommend My dear brother's and sister's. Please do not use bad words its just game some one has to win who ever play good will win just enjoy the game.
Reibal | 3 years ago | Reply | Recommend Our culture is not same @Singh
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