Brett Lee on The Firstpost Show: 'Anything can happen in India; it's a beautiful country'

'There's a lot of sitting around waiting in India. That is what I don't like', Brett Lee on what annoys him in India

Renil Abraham August 19, 2016 15:31:44 IST

Directed by Anupam Sharma, the movie Unindian saw a very fresh pairing in the Australian cricketer Brett Lee and the very talented Indian actor Tannishtha Chatterjee. Both of them were on The Firstpost Show with Renil Abraham and here are a few snippets from the show

Brett Lee on The Firstpost Show Anything can happen in India its a beautiful country

Brett Lee, spoke about what annoys him the most about India. "I think there is a lot of sitting around waiting in India, but you got to be very patient and I like that, because I love how in India, anything can happen. It's a beautiful country, wonderful people, the culture, the food, and yes there are challenging times. The wickets, when I am bowling the wickets, it's horrible to bowl in here, they are not conducive to fast bowlers. That is what I don't like about India. But that's the only thing."

He then further went on to speak about the xrazy things that went down with his co-star Tannishtha Chatterjee.

"She pinched my phone and I thought I lost my phone, lost all my numbers, lost all my contacts, all my photos. She pinched my phone for about 3 hours."

Along with Tannishtha Chatterjee sharing the craziest thing about Brett Lee, they both went on to dance to the latest song in Sultan: 'Baby Ko Bass Pasand Hai'. After trying his luck with a few Hindi dialogues, Brett Lee along with Tannishtha also played a fun round of Never Have I Ever with the host.

To catch all this action, watch the full episode.

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