The Indian cricketers are spending a lot of quarantine time on the social media platforms as they are conducting Instagram live sessions with other cricketers or IPL franchises, interacting with fans, recalling old incidents, sharing what they have been up to during lockdown, etc.
Recently, Indian cricketers Rohit Sharma and Suresh Raina had a live Instagram session and in the meantime, Yuzvendra Chahal crashed into their chat with a funny comment. Both Rohit Sharma and Suresh Raina are married so Yuzi took this as an opportunity to ask them some tips about arranged marriage. Chahal’s comment read, “Or any tips about arrange marriage?”
When the former Indian player Yuvraj Singh saw Yuzi’s comment, he made up mind to have some fun and asked Yuzi not to get married otherwise his cheeks will also get chubby like the cheeks of Hitman and Raina after getting beaten by their wives.
Yuvraj wrote, “Mat kar Yuzi. Raina and Hitman jaise gaaal ho jaingey biwi se pitai khaake”.
This is not the first time that Yuzvendra Chahal has crashed into Instagram live sessions of other celebrities and some time ago, he crashed into Bollywood diva Katrina Kaif’s live session. Chahal is also pretty famous for his TikTok videos and he is being touted as the Internet sensation by his fans. Nevertheless, his friends and colleagues from the industry often troll him for his videos.
Rohit Sharma is the skipper of IPL team Mumbai Indians (MI), Suresh Raina is a part of Chennai Super Kings (CSK) and Yuzvendra Chahal would have represented Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) in the Indian Premier League 2020 which was supposed to start from March 29 but has been postponed indefinitely due to the coronavirus outbreak.
Presently, India is under the third phase of lockdown which will get over on May 17 but there are pretty good chances that the lockdown will get extended further. In the current scenario, the number of COVID-19 positive patients in India is more than 74K while more than 2400 people have lost their lives to this disease.
If we talk about the whole world, the number of lives lost on account of coronavirus is more than 2.90 lakh while the count of infected patients is around 42 lakh. In such circumstances, chances of the IPL 2020 taking place this year is pretty low as the first priority of everyone is saving human lives rather than organising sporting events.
Stay at home and stay safe!