Rohit Sharma, Khaleel Ahmed, Yuzvendra Chahal
Rohit Sharma, Khaleel Ahmed, Yuzvendra Chahal. (Pic Source: Twitter)

Yuzvendra Chahal, Rohit Sharma, Khaleel Ahmed leave fans in splits with a hilarious TikTok video

India wrist-spinner Yuzvendra Chahal has shared his latest Tik Tok video, and it’s damn hilarious. Fans were in splits after watching the video in which Chahal, Khaleel Ahmed, and Rohit Sharma have recreated the famous scene from Bollywood movie Dhol.

Chahal was sleeping in the video with his jacket worn upside down. Rohit and Ahmed, who were playing Chahal’s friends in the video, acted like the leg-spinner’s face has rotated 180 degrees and tried to turn it while he was asleep. But Chahal woke up shouting that it was the jacket and not his face. Ahmed then funnily kicked his back, saying why did he do that.


“We are back ???????? @ImRo45 @imK_Ahmed13,” wrote Chahal while posting the video on Twitter.

While Team India is busy with the ongoing two-match Test series in New Zealand, the trio of Rohit, Khaleel, and Chahal aren’t a part of it with completely different reasons.


Rohit was expected to open for India in the whites against the Black Caps, but an injury in the final T20I ruled him out of the remainder of the tour. Chahal, on the other hand, is yet to earn his first Test cap but was a part of the limited-overs series earlier in the tour. He was one of India’s best performers in the ODIs as the Men in Blue suffered a 0-3 humiliation.

Khaleel, presently, isn’t a part of India’s plans in any format. Excellent performance in the domestic encounters and the forthcoming Indian Premier League (IPL) season is needed for the selection committee to reconsider him.


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