Here's why 'Baba' Virender Sehwag won't make a good marriage counsellor

Feb 14, 2017, 18:00 IST | mid-day online correspondent

You better take 'Baba' Virender Sehwag's marriage advice with a pinch of salt, or better still don't take it. For one is sure to land in trouble if one believes and implements the 'gyaan' that Viru shared on Vatentine's Day

Virender Sehwag and his wife Aarti SehwagVirender Sehwag and his wife Aarti Sehwag

Former Indian cricketer may be the 'Nawab of Twitter' and becoming known for his 'Viry Gyaan', but please don't look to him for 'gyaan' on marriage. The cricketer may be a good counsellor about cricketing matters, but he surely not the right person to go to for marriage advice. That is if one goes by his Twitter advice.

Well, his witty and humorous tweets have gained him a lot of fans. But they should beware and not follow any of the 'advice' the former cricketer gives on social media.

This time around he tweeted with a picture of a restaurant that had a 'great' offer.  The restaurant was offering a 20% discount if one brought one's girlfriend, 45% if one brought one's wife. And an unbelievable offer of 'free' dinner, but with the additional addage of 'free transport to the hospital'.   

He then wished his better half with the post, "Every love story is wonderful but ours is my favourite."

This is the tweet about the 'troublesome threesome':

He then shared a picture with his wife:

The 38-year-old former cricketer suggested that Ishant stop being 'shaant' (quiet).

Luckily, Ishant didn't pay heed to his former team mate's wedding tip and instead said that he would now have to stay quiet.

Sehwag retorted, and this time he had a more 'sensible' wedding tip. Viru said that Ishant partner with him for an app 'iShant' that would teach people how to become quiet.


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