Watch: India responds to Pakistan TV Channel's unpleasant ad on Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman

India responds to Pakistan TV channel’s ad which mocked our Indian Air Force Wing Commander, Abhinandan Varthaman. It was from the Indian YouTube channel named 'V Seven Pictures' which released a brutal takedown of the Pakistani video. Adding a new twist to Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman’s look the new commercial left Twitterati in splits.



The video displays an Indian fan sitting in a salon, watching Yuvraj Singh’s historic knock against England in 2007 T20 World Cup when he smashed record six sixes in an over. 
And then a Pakistani fan enters the salon and offers a gift to the Indian fan by wishing him Happy Father's day and calls him as father. However, the gift actually appears to be a handkerchief and he mocks Indian fan by saying "it will help you to hide your face after India loses against Pakistan in the World Cup match".


In the remaining part of the ad, the Indian fan and the barber in the salon target the Pakistani fan by adding a twist in Abhinandan’s trademark style. 
Here is the video of the ad:

The Pakistani ad featured a character in Abhinandan’s look which encouraged the anger of Indian fans.
In the Pakistani ad, a man with Abhinandan’s trademark moustache can be seen imitating the wing commander and his statements, while he was asked about the Indian team tactics during the toss. The ad was related to the video which was released after Abinandan was interrogated in the custody of Pakistani Army after his MiG-21 Bison was downed by a Pakistani Air Force jet in February 2019.
The character in the ad repeats Abhinandan’s famous one-liner “I'm sorry, I am not supposed to tell you this” while holding a white cup. The man also praises the tea which he’s given, much like the IAF wing commander.
As the character walks out after the interrogation, the other person in the video stops him and takes the teacup back from him referring to the ICC Cricket World Cup.
So, the things have been heated up ahead of the much-anticipated match in the Cricket World Cup and the hype for the match has been taken to the highest level. However, both sets of fans and the rest of the world would hope for the clouds to stay far away from the stadium at Old Trafford, Manchester, where the match is going to be held.

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