WATCH:- “Kya karte ho tum log aisa photo leke yaar”- Rohit Sharma’s savage reply to paparazzi at Mumbai airport


WATCH:- “Kya karte ho tum log aisa photo leke yaar”- Rohit Sharma’s savage reply to paparazzi at Mumbai airport

Rohit Sharma

Team India skipper Rohit Sharma was spotted at the Mumbai airport to catch the flight to Bangladesh for the ODI and Test series. When he arrived at the airport, a group of paparazzi was already ready to click the skipper’s pictures. The hilarious interaction between the paparazzi and Rohit has surfaced online and instantly gone viral.

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Several times, fans have seen Rohit giving savage replies, and this time, as he spotted the people clicking his pictures, he said: “Kya karte ho tum log aisa photo lekar? (What do you guys do by clicking this type of picture?).” The paps replied, “Sir, ye hamari duty hain. (Sir, it is our duty).”

Watch the hilarious interaction below:

For the first time since 2015, the Men in Blue will be touring Bangladesh. The first ODI is to begin on Saturday (December 4). The team has reached Bangladesh received a warm welcome from the fans at the airport.

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Ex-India player says it’s impossible for Rohit Sharma to play and sustain every series

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Hemang Badani

A total of seven different players captained the Indian team. With this experiment, the management team is certainly searching for the next captain after Rohit Sharma. Rohit is the all-format captain but he hasn’t led the team across the formats. Former India cricketer Hemang Badani believes that it’s ‘practically impossible for someone to play in every series. 

“With the World Cup coming and with us still at a phase where we aren’t clear about our side, we necessarily have to try out a lot more players. Yes, to a large extent it does help to have the same captain in all formats but it’s practically impossible for Rohit Sharma to be able to play and sustain in every series. They will have to find the right balance but it’s not possible for Rohit to play every series, that’s not gonna happen,” he said.

That is going to be the way forward. A lot of us will feel why this should happen now. It was never the case in the past. But cricket has changed now. Every top player in every side does take a break here and there,” Badani told Hindustan Times in an exclusive chat ahead of the Bangladesh ODIs, which will mark the return of Rohit, Kohli and Rahul,” he added.

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