Team India spinner Yuzvendra Chahal came up with a hilarious reply after opener Rohit Sharma tried to troll him on his latest social media post.
Yuzvendra Chahal and Rohit Sharma (Instagram Image)
- Kapde ke andar tu hai ya kapda tere andar: Rohit Sharma had commented
- Yuzvendra Chahal made a comeback with a hilarious comment
- Chahal has been one of the most active cricketers on social media during the lockdown
From commenting on the live sessions of other players and celebrities to making TikTok video, Yuzvendra Chahal had it all during this nationwide. Chahal had been on record to say that once the lockdown is over he is not returning back to his home. Indian football team captain Sunil Chhetri was in splits after listening to this comment from the Haryana-born.
Yuzvendra Chahal has been subject to social media trolls for obvious reason but even his ‘normal’ posts get funny comments from his fans and teammates. On Sunday, Chahal uploaded a picture with one of his friends and wrote a beautiful caption saying, “here are friends, there is family and then there are FRIENDS THAT BECOME FAMILY.”
Everything about the post and caption was normal until Rohit Sharma commented and made it hilarious. Team India vice-captain took a dig at Yuzvendra Sharma’s lose clothing and wrote, “Kapde ke andar tu hai ya kapda tere andar hai” (You are inside the cloth or the cloth is inside you?)”
We all know know about the special bond between Rohit and Chahal and so an even more funny reply was expected. Yuzvendra Chahal did not disappoint and came up with a sweet but cheeky response.
The off-spinner highlighted the changes in Rohit Sharma’s appearance due to the Covid-19 lockdown.
“Jaise iss lockdown mein aapke cheeks bahar aarahe hai mujhe kapdo ke andar he rahne doh (The way your cheeks are coming out in this lockdown, let me stay inside the clothes only) cutie pie rohitaaa sharmaaa,” Chahal wrote.
Rohit Sharma had earlier revealed that he is close to the youngsters and frequently talks to them because he wants to guide them and stop them from wasting the initial 7 to 8 years of their cricketing career.
“I tell them if you have came in the team a year ago then don’t keep waiting to gain experience and start learning straightaway, just take each innings as the last innings of your life,” Rohit had told Yuvraj Singh in an Instagram Live session.