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Twitter Trolled Chahal For His TikTok Video With His Father, Called Him TikTokiya & Nautankibaaz


Twitter Trolled Chahal For His TikTok Video With His Father, Called Him TikTokiya & Nautankibaaz

The coronavirus outbreak has compelled the whole nation to stay at home as the virus in contagious in nature and staying at home is the best way to break the chain of COVID-19 which originated from the Wuhan province of China. The Indian cricketers are making a good use of their social media accounts by spreading awareness about the virus and asking their fans to follow the instructions given by the government and the medical authorities. However, there is one cricketer who is entertaining the social media users by making videos on TikTok, a video platform.

Yes, you guessed it right! We are talking about none other than the leg-spinner Yuzvendra Chahal who has recently posted a video with his father this time. In the funny clip, they both are seen talking while dancing a little bit and here’s the caption that Chahal wrote, “My first TikTok video with dad. Dad & Son #Quarantine #staysafe 🙏🏻”

Here is the video:

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While some fans have loved the video, several others are trolling Yuzvendra Chahal and asking him to stop making videos. There are also few who have even demanded his ouster from RCB whereas some said that BCCI should suspend Chahal if he comes up with the next video.

Check out some of the selected reactions:












Yuzvendra Chahal has been quite regular in posting videos on TikTok. Some time back, he shared a video in which he was dancing with two girls and then he also posted a video in which his female friend was seen pulling his cheeks in a cute manner.

Chahal plays from the IPL team Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) and was quite enthusiastic for performing well in IPL 2020 as he wanted his team to win their first IPL title. Yuzi has been an integral part of the team for a long time now and has taken wickets whenever his team needed the most. Chahal is quite active on social media and also runs a channel Chahal TV in which he talks with his fellow cricketers and gives updates to the fans about what is going on in the dressing room.

IPL 2020 has been postponed till April 15 and the manner in which the situation is changing, it seems difficult for the tournament to take place this year. However, no announcement has been made by BCCI in this regard so let’s just wait and watch. Meanwhile, stay at home and practice social distancing to be safe!

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