Virat Kohli, the talented skipper of the Indian cricket team, celebrated his birthday on November 5 with great zeal and fun. Needless to say, his friends and teammates made the day unforgettable for him and why not, it was a very special day, not only for Kohli but also for his fans.
Quite naturally, he received best wishes on social media sites from followers as well as his friends from the cricket fraternity; however, one tweet which caught attention of public the most is the congratulatory message from Harbhajan Singh.
First of all, take a look at what Bhajji tweeted, “Happy birthday @imVkohli my brother from another mother.. khush reh.. rab tenu hamesha chardikala ch rakhe.. God bless”
Happy birthday @imVkohli my brother from another mother.. khush reh.. rab tenu hamesha chardikala ch rakhe.. god bless
— Harbhajan Turbanator (@harbhajan_singh) November 5, 2017
In the tweet, Harbhajan clearly called Kohli his brother from another mother; nevertheless, a Hindi newspaper probably couldn’t understand the meaning of Bhajji’s tweet and hence it reported that Bhajji called Kohli his another mother (doosri maa).
It was obvious for Harbhajan to troll the newspaper after this piece of news and we must say that he had an epic thrashing.
Bhajji wrote, “koi baat nahi bhai sahb ne shayad 2/3 peg jyada lga liye honge kaam par phir apni marzi se angreji se ladayi kar li aur ye mtlab nikala”
koi baat nahi bhai sahb ne shayad 2/3 peg jyada lga liye honge kaam par phir apni marzi se angreji se ladayi kar li aur ye mtlab nikala👇🙏😜😂 https://t.co/a71j8uMwbb
— Harbhajan Turbanator (@harbhajan_singh) November 7, 2017
Even ace comedian Kapil Sharma couldn’t stop himself from tweeting on this thread:
— KAPIL (@KapilSharmaK9) November 7, 2017
Harbhajan’s wife Geeta also joined and wrote, “hahaha… and you ‘supposedly’ run a newspaper ????”
@RaiOnAir hahaha… and you ‘supposedly’ run a newspaper ????
— Geeta Basra (@Geeta_Basra) November 7, 2017
This is indeed very shameful on the part of the newspaper’s editor and we hope that they will be careful from the next time.