New Delhi: Fans in India replied to Bangladesh's image of Taskin Ahmed holding a chopped head of Mahendra Singh Dhoni, earlier in the Asia Cup by creating a spoof of the original 'Mauka Mauka' advertisement.
Mocking each other on cyber world is becoming a regular phenomenon and this time it seems like India's turn.
The video shows both Pakistan and Bangladesh being mocked in a light manner. This is an attempt to troll Bangladesh ahead of the crucial World T20 encounter.
A similar spoof had come ahead of the India-Pakistan encounter on March 19.
Meanwhile, the official 'Mauka Mauka' ad came out this time ahead of the clash against Pakistan. India won the match convincingly in Kolkata on Saturday.
Earlier, ahead of the intense Asia Cup finale tie this month, a picture showing Taskin Ahmed holding a chopped head of Indian skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni was doing the rounds.
That was the second time that Bangladesh used social media to target the Indian side.
This comes after the earlier incident in 2015 when the Bangladesh side had shown utter disrespect towards the Indian cricket team. A Bangladeshi newspaper has produced a fake 'cutter' advertisement, in which seven Indian cricketers are seen standing with their heads half-shaven.
Young Bangladeshi paceman Mustafizur Rahman, who tormented the Indian players in the ODI series back then, was shown endorsing a cutter - symbolising his 'offcutters' - and the Indian players were holding a banner which reads, 'We have used it. You can use it too'.
Bangladesh have lost both their matches so far in the coveted World T20 and face India next on March 23.