“Padh ke Boli jaa saara kuch” – Virat Kohli’s hilarious comment to Shubman Gill’s promotion video

Virat Kohli had one of the funniest comments to Shubman Gill's recent promotional posts on social media

Shubman Gill
Shubman Gill

Shubman Gill on Saturday made a promotional announcement for a fantasy gaming app, My 11 circle. However, Shubman’s way of speaking left fans in chuckles. Gill was seen speaking too quickly almost as of he was reading from a script in from of him. Picking up on that, Virat Kohli made the comment.

Cricketers are often asked to make such promotions for sponsors as part of their contracts with teams, franchises or personal. They create these ads and run campaigns on their social media handles for the sponsor. Shubman Gill was seen doing the same thing with My 11 circle. Shubman has also worked with Gillette earlier.

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Shubman Gill’s GT play Rajasthan Royals in Qualifier 1 on May 24

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"Padh ke Boli jaa saara kuch" - Virat Kohli's hilarious comment to Shubman Gill's promotion video 2

Shubman Gill was signed by debutants, Gujrat Titans and has been absolutely amazing for the team. In 14 games, Gill has scored 403 runs, making him the team’s second highest run getter and 10th in the orange cap race. Gujrat Titans in the debut season have topped the IPL table and face the Rajashtan Royals in qualifier 1 of the IPL 2022.

The match scheduled to be held on 24th May will take place at the Eden Gardens, Kolkata. While the stadium sustained some damage due to heavy rains last night, Saurav Ganguly, the BCCI president has assured the stadium will be ready to host the qualifier 1 in time. The winner of qualifier 1 will play the finals at the home ground of the Gujrat Titans, at the Narendra Modi stadium.

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