'Nawab of Twitter' trolls 'Prince of Kolkata' on the micro blogging site. Viru paaji jokes about Sourav Ganguly's habit of blinking during batting. Will 'Dada' respond? Wait and watch...
Howzzat! Virender Sehwag has claimed Sourav Ganguly's wicket on Twitter. File Pic
Former India opening batsman Virender Sehwag is 'suffering' from a rare Twitter condition known as 'MakingthemROFL'. In this condition, a 'patient' compulsively tweets hilarious stuff on a daily basis and makes his or her followers burst out laughing. The condition while tiring for the 'patient', is very healthy for Twitterati at large, after all 'laughter is the best medicine'.
Viru paaji on Friday once again took to the micor blogging site to regale his followers with his wit. The 'Nawab of Twitter' decided to target his former colleague and captain 'Prince of Kolkata' Sourav Ganguly.
'Nawab of Twitter' took a dig at 'Prince of Kolkata'. File Pic/AFP
The 38-year-old 'Nawab of Najafgarh' first tweeted pictures of two pandas -- one with eyes wide open and the other appearing to be squinting. He captioned it, "When someone you know takes their glasses off."
When someone you know,takes their glasses off :) pic.twitter.com/77KmDwPokm— Virender Sehwag (@virendersehwag) February 3, 2017
He tweeted once more, drawing a parallel between Ganguly's habit of blinking his eyes rapidly and hitting the spinners out of the park while batting and the two pandas. He tweeted, "Dada Ganguly and Chinese Ganguly. Great memories of the Prince @SGanguly99 blinking his eyes and smashing spinners out of the stadium."
Dada started his career wearing glasses, but then switched to wearing contact lenses and would blink regularly.
Virender Sehwag took the mickey out of Sourav Ganguly. It remains to be seen if Dada responds
It would be interesting to see if Ganguly responds to Viru.
Viru and his 'Jaat' twin are back
Sehwag and his 'Jaat boy' twin Swag were back on Twitter on Friday to analyse the India vs England T20 series. Viru shared the funny take on the series with the caption, "The what, how and why behind every point - All the Gyaan, All the Svag #Virugyaan #svag #crickettadka # T20 # Virusvag."
While the 'expert' Sehwag analyses the reasons for Team India winning in all three formats against England, 'Jaat Viru' gives hilarious reasons contradicting his 'twin'.
In the video, Sehwag takes a dig at England by singing from the Hrithik Roshan-starrer Bollywood flick 'Kaho Na Pyar Hai', "Khali Haath aaye the, Khali haath chal diye". (They came empty handed and went back empty handed).