Panaji (Goa) [India], January 14 (Indiaprix): Forbidden Indian Cricket S Sreesanth on Monday Hardik Pandya and KL Rahul their abusive commentsWith Koffee Karan"talk show, but also said the team needs a" match-winner "duo for the upcoming ICC World Cup 2019.
"I just say that what happened was very bad, but World Cup is around the corner. Hardik Pandya and KL Rahul shouldn't have said words, but they are needed for the Indian team World Cup because they are both winners of the matches, Sreesanth told Indiaprix.
A 35-year-old who was found guilty of the 2013 Indian Premier League (IPL) location and was banned from the Cricket Board of Trustees in the Indian (BCCI) Disciplinary Committee is expecting to be denied.
When asked what he will do when his kiellonsa removed, right hand driver said. "I begin by playing first-class cricket and try to get my hand into the Indian team, if I'm good enough to say goodbye to the dream of a cricket."
Sreesanth, who enjoys his time in the entertainment industry, also said he has several films in Marathi, Hindi, Tamil and Canada.
Talking about ambitious work with a prestigious Hollywood director Steven Spielberg, he brushed aside and said that people had mocked him earlier when he was trying to play in the Under-19 team.
"I said I want to work Steven Spielberg because my dreams are … If you ask my friends under the age of 19 when someone asked me what you want to do, I said, "I want to play for the country" and they laughed. So the same thing is here. I have already made two Bollywood films; I've also worked in the film industry in the south and I would like to work in Hollywood, Sreesanth said.
At the same time asking about his views Sabarimala Cricket said the rules should be respected irrespective of the Supreme Court's judgment, as it must respect the traditions created thousands of years ago.
"I am sure that sooner or later it resolves. It does not solve themselves. We are all educated, and I think we should respect traditions that were created thousands of years ago. Sabarimala rules. We should do what Sabarimala the rules say, "Sreesanth decided. (Indiaprix)