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"Was Scared To Step Out," KL Rahul Opens Up On Trauma After Public Backlash Over Talk Show

"Was Scared To Step Out," KL Rahul Opens Up On Trauma After Public Backlash Over Talk Show
K.L. Rahul, who along with Indian colleague Hardik Pandya, had found himself in the face of storm after commenting on a talk show earlier this year, publicly reacted, openly with what he had given after the debate. "It was impossible for me because I did not use people to dislike me. I could not help myself for the first week or 10 days, I could have doubted my suspicions when you have written so much about yourself," said Rahul India Today.
After the response in January, Rahul and Pandya were sent home and some matches were banned. After that their ban was lifted, but the BCCI Committee Administrators (CoA) Supreme Court appointed Ombudsman is investigating this and a decision is still awaited.
While leaving the Rajasthan Royals in the IPL for Kings XI Punjab, Rahul said, "I was frightened because I was not prepared." If someone questions, I do not know what I will answer. I will go for practice, come home and play in my PlayStation Stay there because I was not ready to face people. "
Rahul has admitted that Glamor and Razzmatazz surrounded the Indian team briefly with her roots and her wishes.
"When you start playing for the country, you are so confused, you are always walking, forget about how important your real friend or family is. I have been on the road for a long time and I did not have a break.
"So, you are kind of disconnected with family or friends. You do not have time for currents, friends," he said.
Among the three Indian players, who are in all hundreds of international formats, Rahul said that there was a point that he thinks those who are physical with him are his real friends.
"You have shared a lot with them but you have forgotten that there are people coming back, who saw your struggle, you never saw them, they helped you because they liked your truth, you have reviewed your relationship with many people, "she said.
However, he was thankful to the Indian team members and the support staff who were there during his trying times. "Even when I had to leave Australia and go back home, there were a lot of people who came up to me and put an arm around the shoulder and told me that they have all made mistakes and had to face punishments."
However, he was thankful to those members of the Indian team and those support staff who were there during his attempts. "Even when I had to leave Australia and go home, many people came to me and put a hand around the shoulders and told me that they have all made mistakes and had to face punishments."
Source - NDTV
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