Virat Kohli and Babar Azam Open For Pakistan in This Distasteful Viral Video, Indian Fans Give Befitting Reply
India cricket team captain Virat Kohli. (Photo Credits: Getty Images)

Virat Kohli opening for Pakistan with Babar Azam in a 2025 T20I match against England in World Cup final held at Srinagar cricket stadium? As bizarre as it may sound, a Pakistani video to celebrate the country’s Defence Day (September 6) is showing just this. The video, doing rounds on social media, has garnered hilarious replies and Twitterati can’t help but laugh and ridicule the outlandish video, with Indian Twitter users royally trolling Pakistan for building castles in the air. Funny India vs Pakistan ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Memes and Jokes Take Over the Internet Right Before the Match of the Tournament.

The video shows a family watching a match on TV and the commentator says, "This is the moment we have all been waiting for,  to open the batting for Pakistan, we have two legendary batsmen, Virat Kohli and Babar Azam." An elderly man then explains children sitting with him saying, "Virat Kohli used to play for India" with a wicked smile. One of the kids looks confused and says, "Kaun India?(What's India)." India vs Pakistan Funny Memes and Jokes Flood Twitter After Virat Kohli's Team India Beat Sarfaraz Ahmed's PAK by 89 Runs Via DLS Method.

First, Watch the Video Below 

The video went viral in no time and Indian users gave a befitting reply to those sharing the video on social media and Twitter.

Some Replied by Sharing Videos of Their Own

"Kohli Because They Can't Rely on Babar Azam"

"Dreams Should Also Have Limits"

This Meme Deserves the Attention

Nightmarish Video, Said This User

"50 Million Pakistanis Suffering From Mental Disorder" 

The Actor's Expression Also Received Flak

A Picture is Worth 1,000 Words

The relationship between India and Pakistan hit rockbottom and has remained tense ever since the Pulwama terror attack. The fidayeen attack killed over 40 Indian paramilitary jawans when a suicide bomber rammed his explosives laden vehicle into a vehicle of the Indian convoy. Pakistan based terror organisation Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) claimed responsibility for the attack, following which there have been retaliation from both sides with tensions of a military confrontation hovering in the Indian sub-continent.