Now Ranveer Singh’s remarks on Koffee With Karan 3 irks audience

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Hardik even got flak from the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) for his allegedly misogynist statements on the show.

Pandya and Rahul have been the centre of attention - for all the wrong reasons - after passing misogynistic remarks during their appearance on the popular TV show Koffee with Karan.

"In terms of Rule 41 (6) of the BCCI Constitution, you are hereby suspended with immediate effect from participating in any matter whatsoever in any match or function or event or activity that is authorized, organized, sanctioned, recognized or supported in any way by the BCCI, the ICC or any State Association, until final adjudication of the matter".

The "Koffee with Karan" episode featuring the cricketers has since been taken down by the channel's online platform.

In another round of unfriendly email exchange (in possession of PTI), CoA member Edulji has expressed her reservation at BCCI CEO Rahul Johri, who himself was embroiled in sexual harrasment case, conducting preliminary inquiry and fears a "cover up".

Earlier on Friday, breaking his silence on the allegedly sexist comments made by Pandya and Rahul, India skipper Virat Kohli denounced the duo's statements and said the team management is still waiting for a decision on them.

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Kohli's side sealed its first Test series victory in Australia this week when the fourth match ended in a draw. Acting secretary Choudhary wanted the pair suspended "immediately".

"The BCCI did the right thing, and this is also the way forward".

"Pandya has been in the team for how long to talk of the team culture in the manner he did".

The 25-year-old Pandya and Rahul apologised for their conduct after the BCCI demanded an explanation but officials unanimously chose to go ahead with an inquiry. The legal team has suggested that the CoA, as the authorised head of the BCCI now, could substitute for the Apex Council.

Isha also stated everybody in the show should be questioned. Also, the BCCI have pulled out both the players from the squad and have been asked to return to India.

Indian cricket chiefs on Wednesday said the two players had been given 24 hours to explain themselves, with Pandya already posting an apology on social media.