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Sourav takes a dig at SRK

Nov 19
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Published on 19 Nov. 2012 9:56 PM IST
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It seems former India captain Sourav Ganguly hasn’t really taken a ‘chill pill’ after Shah Rukh Khan decided not to include him in his IPL team Kolkata Knight Riders!

The former KKR team captain misses no opportunity to rant against SRK. At a recent press conference, Sourav Ganguly let his guard down and minced no words about how he felt about King Khan who had praised him a lot at another event in Kolkata a few days ago. Though Sourav acknowledges Shah Rukh’s praise, he hasn’t fallen for the sugar-coated words.

“He likes to do that,” Dada said. “But the truth is, he has not even sent me a message or called me in the past one year.”
The cricketer expressed how hurt he was with SRK’s gesture and his words hinted that he will not forgive him in a hurry.

To spice it up, he challenged those around him to check his cell phone which obviously no one did. “You’ll find nothing,” Ganguly smirked.” Maybe he is so fond of me that he can’t stop talking about me, like my fans.”

 
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