In a recent controversy that stirred social media, former Pakistani cricketer Abdul Razzaq found himself in the eye of a storm after making an inappropriate comment about Bollywood actress Aishwarya Rai Bachchan during a show discussing the performance of the Pakistan cricket team in the 2023 World Cup. Razzaq’s comment, which elicited laughter from other cricketers present like Shahid Afridi and Umar Gul, drew immense backlash from Aishwarya’s fans, who flooded social media platforms to criticize the cricketer.
Feeling the heat of the backlash, Abdul Razzaq swiftly issued an apology for his derogatory remark on the actress. However, it was a subsequent tweet from Bollywood’s megastar Amitabh Bachchan that sent ripples across social media platforms, prompting speculation about its correlation with Razzaq’s apology.
Amitabh Bachchan’s cryptic tweet, which has gone viral on Twitter, reads, ‘T 4830 – for this has more meaning than any printed word… its meaning is more than the words written on printed paper.’ The tweet, laden with depth and open to interpretation, has stirred curiosity among fans, who are linking it to Razzaq’s apology. Despite the tweet’s enigmatic nature, Bachchan’s followers are engaging in discussions and expressing varied reactions, with many assuming it to be a response to the cricketer’s apology.
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T 4830 – 🙏🚩 .. for this has more meaning than any printed word ..
इसका अर्थ छपे हुए काग़ज़ पर लिखित शब्दों से कहीं ज़्यादा
— Amitabh Bachchan (@SrBachchan) November 15, 2023
However, the specific context or subject of Bachchan’s tweet remains ambiguous, leaving users intrigued and seeking clarity. Speculations are rife, with a majority assuming it to be directed towards the recent controversy involving Abdul Razzaq’s comment about Aishwarya Rai Bachchan. Yet, amidst the flurry of interpretations, no official confirmation has surfaced regarding the tweet’s intended subject.
Remarkably, amidst this online buzz, there has been no response from Aishwarya Rai herself regarding the entire episode, maintaining silence on the matter.
During a press conference, Razzaq clarified his remarks, attributing them to a slip of the tongue during a discussion about cricket coaching and team intentions. He extended an apology, stating, ‘My tongue slipped, and by mistake, I took Aishwarya Rai Bachchan’s name, for which I apologize.’
Abdur Razzaq’s public apology to Aishwariya Rai after Shahid Afridi urges him!#SamaaTV #Pakistan #ShahidAfridi #AbdurRazzaq #AishwariyaRai #WorldCup23 #Cricket #Cricket23 #ICCCricketWorldCup2023 #ZorKaJor@SAfridiOfficial @Mushy_online @yousaf1788 @umairbashirr @sawerapasha pic.twitter.com/dZksfgJmZZ
— SAMAA TV (@SAMAATV) November 14, 2023
As speculations continue to swirl around Amitabh Bachchan’s intriguing tweet, social media remains abuzz with discussions and interpretations, eagerly awaiting any clarification or further developments from the Bachchan family or Aishwarya Rai regarding this controversy.