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Video: Mauka Mauka is back again, this time as baap of all ads

Star Sports promo mixed 'Mauka Mauka' with Father's Day theme which falls on the India vs Pakistan match day.

Star Sports has released the most awaited promo of the World Cup. The ‘Mauka-Mauka’ ad for the India-Pakistan match was a sensation in the last World Cup. They have come now with another ad based on the same theme.

India will face Pakistan in World Cup on June 16 at The Old Trafford. Star Sports promo mixed ‘Mauka Mauka‘ with Father’s Day theme. The Father Day of 2019 is on the same day as the India-Pakistan.

Vikas Malhotra plays the Pakistan son remembering his father’s words on how one should keep trying and never give up. The Indian fan in the ad shows some savagery by taking a dig on the Pakistani supporter.

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Though the ad is a hit among most of the Indian fans but some section of the cricket fraternity has called it a disgrace already. In one tweet, a senior sports journalist from Kolkata and currently work with Cricbuzz, says that the ad has crossed the norms of good taste.

India has never lost a game against Pakistan in the World Cup. They played against each other six times already. India also not lost a match against Pakistan in World T20. They met four times in World T20, and Pakistan lost all four times.

So will be it another win for India on June 16? Or will Pakistan finally taste the victory against India in a World Cup clash?

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