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Ravi Shastri gave hilarious reply when a fan asked him to pick between Rohit and Virat

Ravi Shastri gave hilarious reply when a fan asked him to pick between Rohit and Virat

Ravi Shastri recently has been very much active on Twitter. On Friday he had a Q&A “ask me anything” session on Twitter where fans asked him many questions. Earlier, Ravi Shastri changed his twitter bio, which read, “Happy hours always.” Then the former Indian coach posted three back to back pictures of himself wearing a blingy jacket, a gold chain and a sunglass inside a nightclub, along with fascinating captions. Some netizens turned those pictures into meme.

During #AskRavi campaign a fan asked Shastri to pick between current Indian captain Rohit Sharma and Former Indian captain Virat Kohli. Ravi Shastri replied him in a humorous way. He Said “Jiski bhi party mei zada mazze hai “(Whoever’s party has more fun), Actually Shastri was in “good mood” as he mentioned in his tweet.

In another conversation, a fan shared a sketch of Shastri and tweeted: “Sir 2 ghante lagake apka ye sketch banaya hai…pls reply.” He replied him “Please mita de yaar.”

World cricket has witnessed various versions of Ravi Shastri. From a player to commentator and head coach of Team India. Now fans have witnessed Social media version of Ravi Shastri.

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Virat Kohli should take a break : Ravi Shastri

However, few days ago Shastri said Virat Kohli should take a break as he is ‘overcooked’. He also said there might be a risk of losing 6-7 years of prime if he doesn’t take a break.

“I am going straight to the main guy here. Virat Kohli is overcooked. If anyone needs a break, it’s him,” Shastri told Star Sports after RCB won LSG by 18 runs in IPL 2022.

“Whether it’s 2 months or a month-and-a-half, whether it’s after or before England. He needs a break because he has got 6-7 years of cricket left in him and you don’t want to lose that with a fried brain.”


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