Yuzvendra Chahal makes a call to an unknown girl late night, what happens next will leave you in splits

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Yuzvendra Chahal makes a call to an unknown girl late night, what happens next will leave you in splits
Geet Chahal, Yuzvendra Chahal| Instagram

With the COVID-19 pandemic putting a pause on cricketing activities all around the world, several cricketers are not able to showcase their on-field blitzes. However, India leg-spinner Yuzvendra Chahal has other ways to entertain his fans, and he’s leaving no stones unturned in doing that.

The 29-year old has been sharing his TikTok videos frequently on social media and is bagging a lot of attention too. However, his latest TikTok video will certainly leave you in splits.

In the video, Chahal is doing ‘hello’ to a girl in it. He is excited and moves from one room to the other to hear her voice. But, the number he dialled late night was of his sister, who then hilariously teases her brother. “Abe K*tte. Kya bol raha hai… tu kisse baat kar rha hai pata hai,” says Geeta Chahal, “Teri behen bol rahi hun… gas bhara naa jaldi aa..” Chahal was shocked to hear this in the video and angrily says, “Itni raat ko..”.

This video of Chahal is being well-liked by his fans and followers.

Chahal, who plays for Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB), is one of the few players who have emerged from the Indian Premier League (IPL). Chahal made his debut with Mumbai Indians (MI) and had been in the squad for 2011, 2012 and 2013 season but didn’t get to play more than one match.

Most people don’t know, but Chahal was a member of the Mumbai Indians side which won the Champions League T20 in 2011. The leg-spinner had impressed everyone with his excellent spell in the final of the tournament.

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