Indian cricketer Yuvraj Singh has a decent following on social media and recently he posted a picture quizzing fans but ended up getting trolled by his former colleague and friend Gautam Gambhir. Also Read - IPL 2020: Here's Why Chris Gayle Was Angry Heading Into The Super Over Against Mumbai Indians
In the picture posted by Yuvi, he is wearing a cool outfit with fancy red sneakers and posing in front of a vintage red car. The picture was taken as a part of his shoot with Vogue magazine. Also Read - IPL 2020: World-Class Jasprit Bumrah 'Has Taken Over The Mantle From Lasith Malinga'
“#Throwback Vogue magazine shoot! Red car or red shoes? I’ll take vintage any day!!!”, He wrote in his post. Also Read - IPL 2020 VIDEO: Superman Effort From Mayank Agarwal in Super Over Saves a Certain Six
However, apart from getting replies from his fans, Yuvi got an unexpected reply from Gautam Gambhir who could not help but poke fun at him.
“Laal mere dil haal hai, lagta tujhpe kamaal hai, Yuvi shaadi ke baad tera kya haal hai?”, he wrote.
Gambhir’s comment translates as “my heart is red, and it looks fabulous on you; Yuvi, how have you been after your marriage?” followed by a couple of wink emojis.
Yuvraj replied to his comment writing, “haal bada behaal hai”. That translates as I haven’t been doing so good”.
Yuvi trolled by Gautam Gambhir
All fun and games for sure, but we don’t know how Yuvraj’s wife Hazel will take that comment.
Yuvraj will take part in the upcoming Indian Premier League (IPL) 2019with Mumbai Indians, who bought him for 1 crore rupees base price at the auctions.
The 37-year-old was a part of the Kings XI Punjab franchise in the last season of the IPL, but he did not get among the runs which eventually led to the franchise releasing him. The two-time World Cup winning southpaw is at the fag end of his career and fans were hoping that Chennai Super Kings bid for him, but that did not happen as the Mumbai Indians roped him in.
This could be a turning point for the iconic Indian batsman, who will aim to rekindle his form and fire on all cylinders with his old pal, Rohit Sharma. A good display in the tournament could event foster the chance of his return to the Indian national team and perhaps, even the World Cup.