IPL 2018: Shikhar Dhawan hilariously trolls MI skipper Rohit Sharma

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Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) opener Shikhar Dhawan recently took a hilarious dig at Mumbai Indians (MI) skipper Rohit Sharma on photo sharing website, Instagram.

Rohit, on Wednesday, posted a picture of him along with his former IPL teammate Pragyan Ojha on Instagram. The duo played together for Deccan Chargers long back and then moved to MI even as the latter has now become the cricket expert.

The fortunes of Rohit though have changed dramatically as he is leading the three-time champion side in the ongoing IPL. However, the brotherhood between the two is still the same as they enjoyed meeting each other ahead of the game between MI and Kings XI Punjab (KXIP).

Ojha is currently working for Star Sports, the official broadcaster of the IPL, and was at the Wankhede Stadium to cover the match. Both were thrilled to meet each other after a long time and hugged each other. The special bonding between the two still exists and was seen having fun together.

Rohit Sharma’s post on Instagram

Rohit posted the picture of the two with a hilarious caption which read, “Married a few years but the bromance is still alive and well.”

Married a few years but the bromance is still alive and well 😜

A post shared by Rohit Sharma (@rohitsharma45) on

No wonder the fans enjoyed the presence of mind from the MI skipper but things got more interesting when Ojha and most importantly Shikhar Dhawan commented on the picture.

Dhawan, who is known to enjoy every moment of his life and is keen on pulling the leg of his teammates whenever he gets an opportunity, didn’t leave the chance of trolling Rohit and Ojha as well.

Gabbar gave the duo a witty suggestion which has gone viral on social media now.

“Oye hoye bromance bas puppy nah kar dena ek dusre ko bhai. Zeher hai ke pyaar hai tera chumaa,” Gabbar’s comment read.

This article was first published on The Cricket Times.
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