Disappointed at not getting PSL final ticket, Arshad Khan, known to us as the blue-eyed Chai Wala (tea-seller) has announced to open a tea stall outside of the stadium.
Arshad Khan, who rose to fame after his picture went viral on social media just many cricket fans in Pakistan has shown dismay over not being able to get his hands on the PSL final ticket. Apparently, he tried buying tickets online as well, but in vain.
He has expressed his wish to open up a tea stall outside the Gaddafi Stadium for people. The PSL has created quite a frenzy among people. The tickets were made available online as well as at certain branches of Bank of Punjab which were sold like wildfire.
Due to the recent wave of terrorism, the PSL 2017 final in Lahore has been a hot topic for weeks, where many are still debating whether the government’s decision to host the cricket match is right or just selfish. But one thing is clear, people want to see the match live in the stadium.
The PSL Final tickets are very expensive as PCB sold the general enclosure ticket, which is normally available for PKR 50 for PKR 500 while the ticket worth PKR 1500 was sold for PKR 12,000. Even this fact didn’t slow down the sales as the administration ran out of tickets. Today, FIA also arrested a person who was selling expensive tickets illegally on facebook.