Watch: Smriti Mandhana makes a hilarious portrait of Virat Kohli

Updated - 29 Feb 2024, 12:06 AM

Smriti Mandhana, Virat Kohli
Smriti Mandhana, Virat Kohli [PC: X/Twitter]

Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) women skipper Smriti Mandhana left many in splits with her gesture during the lively session of ‘Pictionary’ on the franchise’s podcast. The captain made a bizarre portrait of Virat Kohli and invited a lot of laughs.

Smriti Mandhana during the session had to draw what was written on chits and the host Mr. Nags (Danish Sait) had to guess it. The RCB women’s skipper first drew a crown and then made a cartoon character reminiscent of Virat Kohli. She also drew the trademark beard of the batter as well.

Mr. Nags (Danish Sait) at first couldn’t guess the portrait despite Smriti Mandhana’s effort. At the last the host guessed it but it invited the laughter from both Smriti Mandhana and Nags, as they posed with the drawing. The women batter then also hilariously apologized to the male batter for her artistic skills.

Here’s the video:

The fun for Smriti Mandhana however, didn’t stop there. Another hilarious moment during the podcast caught the attention of many. She was left in splits after she understood the hints for her RCB teammate Ellyse Perry in mice, fries, peri-peri powder, and football

Royal Challengers Bangalore women have played a stellar brand of cricket so far in the ongoing Women’s Premier League (WPL) 2024. After having a horrendous campaign in the last year, they have made a rousing statement in the ongoing edition with their whirlwind performances.

RCB women kickstarted their WPL 2024 campaign with the nail-biting 2-run win over the UP Warrioz. If this was not enough they then pounded Gujarat Giants by 8 wickets to win their second game of the season on Trott. They would want to extend their winning run and clinch the third game.

Happy with the way the crowd turned out, big shoutout to them as well – Smriti Mandhana after RCB’s win over GGT

Smriti Mandhana after the win over GGT applauded the crowd at the M Chinnswamy Stadium. She lauded her team’s effort with the bat and ball and said that they had put in lots of hard work. Speaking during the post-match presentation, he explained:

“Happy with the way the crowd turned out, big shoutout to them as well. There was no message, keep it simple, watch the ball and react. Me and Sophie do best when we are not thinking. Last match was more to do with the way we saw the first innings. We saw the last match here, there was something in it for the Pacers. Renuka and Sophie can swing the ball, Renuka the inswinger and Sophie the outswinger, both were brilliant

“S Meghana has had a good few seasons domestically and last game she was brilliant. Even today she is really calm and she can strike at a good strike rate and anchor the innings. Lot of work has gone in the last one year on what kind of team we need. Thank the support staff and the management for this.”

RCB will be next seen in action when they take on Delhi Capitals women on 29th February.


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