Bhai Kya soch rahe ho: Rashid Khan asks Yuzvendra Chahal on Instagram, gets a witty reply!


Two of the best spinners of the world in recent times, Rashid Khan and Yuzvendra Chahal share a good bond off the field. They both were in formidable form with the ball in the recently concluded Indian Premier League 2020 for Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) and Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) respectively as well.

Meanwhile, the duo recently shared a friendly yet funny banter on Instagram. It started with Yuzvendra Chahal sharing a photograph on Instagram, where he can be seen lost in some thought. While commenting on Chahal’s post, Rashid Khan wrote: “Bhai Kya soch rahe ho” (What are you thinking brother?).

While his comment was immediately caught the eye of the fans and liked by many, it was Chahal’s reply to Rashid’s comment that took the limelight away as well. Yuzvendra Chahal replied that “Ki kab quarantine khatam hoga” (I was thinking when the quarantine will get over).

Yuzvendra Chahal

However, Chahal is currently in Sydney with the entire Indian team – for their upcoming series against Australia. The Indian team is currently undergoing a 14-day mandatory quarantine period in Sydney, where they are allowed to train as well.

The upcoming series between India and Australia comprised of three ODIs, three T20Is and four Tests. And Team India would look forward to repeating their heroics from their last series where the won as well. However, last time Australia didn’t get the service of their key players – David Warner and Steve Smith as the duo was banned due to their involvement in the infamous ball-tampering scandal. This time the in-form pair will be around and expected to give a tough fight to India.

The tour begins with the ODI series, starting on November 27. The first Test is scheduled to take place for Adelaide from December 17. Meanwhile, Chahal is a part of the Indian limited-overs squad, where he is likely to give a tough time to a full-strength Australian team as well. It is also noteworthy that, India wouldn’t get the service of their regular captain Virat Kohli in the last three Tests and their limited-overs vice-captain Rohit Sharma wouldn’t be around for the limited-overs series against Australia.

Looking for a betting site with the best bonus for Indian customers? Discover the best ones for you!

If you like reading about MMA, make sure you check out
Also, follow India’s biggest arm wrestling tournament at


Mohammad Siraj loses father following lung ailment, pacer stranded in Australia

Mohammed Siraj declines BCCI’s offer to fly back home following his father’s death