Rohit Sharma roasts Yuzvendra Chahal over his Tik-Tok videos with dad

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Rohit Sharma and Yuzvendra Chahal. (Image Source: Twitter)

The social media presence of cricketers has been relentless since the quarantine period observed across the globe.


The result of which has been a barrage of tweets, videos, Instagram Live sessions, and an unlimited supply of banter amongst teammates.

Mumbai Indians’ stalwarts Rohit Sharma and Jasprit Bumrah’s Instagram Live session has already done quite a few rounds in the media.


During the conversation, Bumrah talked about Indian leggie Yuzvendra Chahal’s recent activity on Tik-Tok. Chahal was seen showing his moves with his father on Tik-Tok, with the two reciting a famous Hindi movie dialogue.

Rohit, in his uncanny reply, directly tells Chahal to be ashamed of making his father dance on a social media platform.

“Chahal tu apne pitaji ko nacha rha hai. Tujhe sharam aa rha hai ki nahi, sa*a?(You are making your father dance. Aren’t you ashamed of yourself?” Rohit said.


Here’s the video:

Earlier in the conversation, India’s wicketkeeper-batsman Rishabh Pant challenged the Indian vice-captain for a six-hitting competition.

To which, the Hitman roasted Pant by saying, “Ek saal hue nahi cricket khele, six-hitting competition karna hai.”


Also, Kevin Pietersen hosted Indian captain Virat Kohli to make interesting conversation, where the two touched upon several topics.

All cricketers have unanimously conceded to the situation amidst the lockdown period due to the outbreak of COVID-19 pandemic.

Also, the sports stars equivocally have appealed to their fans not to step outside and follow regulations of social distancing.


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