Is Mauka Mauka Coming Back? Ravindra Jadeja spotted in New World Cup AD, Watch
Ravindra Jadeja and ‘Maukaman’ were recently spotted during an Ad shoot possibly for the upcoming World Cup.
Cricket fans from India and Pakistan have reason to celebrate as the iconic ‘Mauka Mauka’ advertisement campaign appears to be making a much-anticipated comeback ahead of the India-Pakistan ODI World Cup 2023 showdown. Indian all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja was recently spotted with ‘Maukaman’ (Vishal Malhotra) as both of them were seen performing an advertisement for the upcoming World Cup. Some photos of the same have been going viral on the social media as fans are eagerly waiting for the new video to drop soon.
Pakistan to arrive in India on September 27 for WC
The India-Pakistan World Cup clash is scheduled for October 14 at the iconic Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad. Meanwhile, the return of ‘Mauka Mauka’ has sent fans into a frenzy of excitement. The anticipation for this marquee match is already sky-high, and the revival of this beloved campaign is adding to the pre-match hype.
As mentioned above, the Men in Green will be arriving in India on September 27 for the World Cup. They will be playing their first match against the Netherlands in Hyderabad on October 6. Their second match will also be played in Hyderabad against Sri Lanka on October 10. However, they will be travelling to Ahmedabad for the much-awaited clash against India.
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Both Pakistan and India recently faced each other in the last concluded Asia Cup where the Men in Blue convincingly defeated Pakistan by a huge margin of 228 runs. The Men in Green will be vying for an act of revenge and also open their winning account against India in the ODI World Cup. To note, Babar Azam and Co. also had to cope up a humiliating loss against India during last WC event as Virat Kohli starred in a run-chase during 2022 T20 World Cup.