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World Cup | "I Hate To Sound Like An Old School Uncle (trollers Will Say Aunt But...)": Here's How Karan Johar Reacted After Team India Made Their Semifinal Exit Against New Zealand

Written By Digital Desk | Mumbai | Published:

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  • India has been knocked out of the World Cup, with New Zealand winning the semifinal at Old Trafford by 18 runs
  • Bollywood stars took to their social media handles to thank the players for their hard work and efforts in the entire tournament.

Team India fell narrowly short on Wednesday as the second day of the World Cup semifinal at Manchester's Old Trafford against New Zealand witnessed the Kiwis come out on top by 18 runs. They had resumed batting at 211/5 in 46.1 overs after rain had interrupted them on Tuesday and set India a target of 240 to win. India were bowled out for 221 with 3 balls to play.

Reacting on the same, director Karan Johar took to his Twitter handle and wrote a heartfelt message for Team India. He said he doesn't want to sound like an old uncle but maybe 'nazar lag gayi'. Read his full tweet below -

Meanwhile, other Bollywood stars also took to their social media handles to thank the players for their hard work and efforts in the entire tournament.

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Arjun Rampal wrote: "Loved supporting our #teamindia you guys played awesome cricket. Just not our day today. I can’t imagine how distraught you guys must be feeling. Thank you for all the wonderful matches you played. Gave us so much to cheer. Love my team. #TeamIndia"

Boman Irani wrote: "As these thumbs sadly type the unthinkable, its only fair to applaud New Zealand for this outstanding effort. They read it better they worked it better.
Thank you India for the pride and cheers throughout. Including this fight back."

Anupam Kher also tweeted: "Thank you #IndianCricketTeam for your game & your efforts. You played very well. You bind us together. You bring out the Indian in us. In fact, You bring out the tricolor in us. You will always be our Heroes. We love you."

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