“Next time bhabhi please say chahal ko opening Kara na” Chahal asks for a favour from Anushka

“Next time bhabhi please say chahal ko opening Kara na” Chahal asks for a favour from Anushka

“Next time bhabhi please say chahal ko opening Kara na” Chahal asks for a favour from Anushka(Pic Source:crictracker)

With the IPL 2020 and all International series getting either cancelled or postponed due to the COVID-19 outbreak, all the players are enjoying the untimely break from the game. The 21-days locked down has stopped every outdoor activity and services at least till 14 April. And this lockdown has forced everyone to do some uncommon work by themselves.

Indian Captain Virat Kohli and his Wife Anushka Sharma are also having a good time in this quarantine period. Recently, the Bollywood Diva posted a hilarious video clip on Instagram in which Anushka Sharma funnily sledging and asking Virat Kohli to hit a four.

Anushka posted the video with the caption, “I thought he must be missing being on the field. Along with the love he gets from millions of fans, he must be especially missing this one particular type of fan too. So I gave him the experience.”

The hilarious video clip was bound to elicit all kind of responses from the fans and colleagues. And how can on earth Yuzi Chahal hold himself without making a jibe at the lovely clip?

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Chahal, who often indulges in funny banters and trolls his friend for amusement off the field, this time asked a favour from Anushka Sharma. Yuzvendra Chahal is one of best leg-spinners in current time but at the same time he is also known for his poor batting skills.

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This time also Chahal came up with another brutal troll on his batting as he wrote, “Next time bhabhi please say chahal ok(ko) opening Kara na chahal ko I wish aapki sun le”

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Both Virat Kohli and Yuzvendra Chahal were all set to play for Royal Challengers Bangalore in IPL 2020 except for the COVID-19 outbreak that has forced the whole world to remain indoors and quarantine themselves. The Pandemic has infected over 23,00,000 people and has taken more than 1,60,000 lives across the world.

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