Indian spinner Yuzvendra Chahal is not only known for his stunning bowling but also for his off-field activities – be it for his hilarious videos or dance videos. However, the star leg-spinner once again came in the limelight when he recently came up with the lip-synced viral song ‘Rasode Mein Kaun Tha’ in a hilarious video.
His video became a huge hit among fans and other players in no time which was inspired by a scene from a Hindi serial as well. However, his fiancee Dhanashree Verma was also featured in the video, which was loved by many as well.
Yuzvendra Chahal took to Instagram and uploaded the video as he wrote, “Now it’s our turn‚ @dhanashree9. Toh batao #rasodemeinkauntha. Love how we can sync together. Thank you @kishh.t for creating this amazing edit. @yashrajmukhate yeh lo humara version on your creativity.”
While Yuzvendra Chahal’s post earned several reactions from worldwide, it was Chris Gayle’s comment on his post that took the limelight away from others. The swashbuckling batsman Chris Gayle commented on the video citing that he has had enough of Yuzvendra Chahal and he further added that he will report Chahal’s Instagram page for the video he posted.
However, this is not the first time that Gayle has warned Yuzvendra Chahal for his hilarious post on social media. In April, during the imposed lockdown owing to COVID-19 pandemic, Chahal’s Tik Tok videos had left several players shocked, including his IPL teammates Virat Kohli and AB de Villiers as well. Apart from that, he used to comment on several live sessions of cricketers on social media.
Chris Gayle had earlier said, “I am going to tell Tik Tok to block you as well, seriously. You are very annoying on social media man. You need to get off social media right now.” Chris Gayle added, “We are tired of Chahal. I don’t wanna see you in my life again. I am gonna block you.”
Meanwhile, the players are gearing up for the 13th edition of Indian Premier League which is scheduled to take place in the UAE across three venues from September 19. And, the 53-day tournament will end on November 10. Check out waging options for IPL here.