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Kane Williamson Trolls Manoj Bajpayee After Actor Asks Kane His Favourite Indian Web Series

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Kane Williamson Trolls Manoj Bajpayee After Actor Asks Kane His Favourite Indian Web Series

Manoj Bajayee’s The Family Man is one of the most loved and most watched web series of the present times and the actor has garnered a lot of appreciation for his superb acting. Recently, he had a virtual interaction with the skipper of the New Zealand cricket team Kane Williamson and they both had a very interesting chat session.

This interaction took place as Manoj Bajpayee welcomed Kane Williamson and the Kiwi cricket team in the Amazon Family as from now on, all the live matches of the New Zealand cricket team will get telecast on the online streaming platform.

In the beginning of the chat, Kane Williamson addresses Manoj Bajpayee as Family Man which is in reference to Manoj’s show. The actor also asks many interesting questions to Kane Williamson including the ones which he asks on behalf of fans such as – the name of the Kiwi cricketer who will suit in 9-5 job (Kane answers Mitchell Santner) and which Black Caps cricketer can work as a spy (Kane Williamson’s reply is Glenn Philips).

Manoj Bajpayee also taught his famous phrase from the series, “Don’t be a minimum guy”. However towards the end, Kane Williamson trolls Manoj Bajpayee when the actor asks the skipper to reveal the name of his favourite web series. In response, Kane Williamson tells Manoj Bajpayee that he must be knowing his favourite show’s name as he (Kane) has loved the first two seasons and is eagerly waiting for the third season of Mirzapur.

As Kane Williamson took the name of Mirzapur, Manoj Bajpayee abruptly ended the interview as the latter might be thinking that the former would name The Family Man as his favourite show.

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Well, the New Zealand cricket fans must be very happy now!!!

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