IPL 2021: Mr. Nags himself declared its demise in the final episode, which featured Glenn Maxwell

Following the news that the IPL had been suspended, RCB fans will have to say good-by to Mr. Nags for the time being, as the RCB Insider Show had its final episode.

The 14th edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL) was called off after players and personnel from various teams began testing positive for COVID-19 while being in a bio-bubble climate.

After a much-needed break in the IPL 2021 season, fans will miss the matches before the tournament resumes later in the year. In 2021, RCB fans will miss Virat Kohli and the RCB team’s winning streak.

Mr Nags interview featuring Glen Maxwell

After the IPL was suspended, RCB fans would have to say goodbye to Mr Nags (aka Danish Sait) for the time being, as the RCB Insider Show, hosted by Mr Nags himself, announced its demise with the last episode featuring Glenn Maxwell.

Mr Nags, who is known for his out-of-the-box thinking, chose to film the episode in a swimming pool to demonstrate that Ahmedabad is not a dry state. Glenn Maxwell appeared primed for Mr Nags at the outset of the interview, addressing him as the team’s spiritual advisor and master strategist.

Mr Nags’ ingenious “inflate-deflate” technique is well established, and Maxwell obtained a hold of it by using it on Mr Nags. Nags also mocked Maxwell for his time with various IPL squads, referring to him as “Kabab Mein Haddi.”

Nags have presented Maxwell with tough choices such as Virat Kohli versus AB de Villiers and Sachin Tendulkar versus Ricky Ponting.

Maxwell couldn’t decide between Tendulkar and Ponting. The interview concluded with Maxwell handing Nags a funny chokeslam in the shower. Though Virat Kohli made a brief appearance at the end, telling Maxwell that he has tolerated Nags since 2015. This entertaining episode signalled the culmination of the 9 a.m. videos and the hilarious interviews by everyone’s favourite Mr Nags.

 

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