Ravichandran Ashwin, New Zealand, New Zealand vs India 2020
Ravichandran Ashwin (Credits - AFP)

Actor Siddharth, the notable name in South Film Industry is receiving a lot of flak from the Indians fans, especially, from Virat Kohli fans. The actor recently made his voice on Virat Kohli’s controversial statement. In return, Kohli fans gave some hard time for the actor. Meanwhile, Ravichandran Ashwin shows his concern.

Recently, Virat Kohli asked one of the Indian fans to leave the country if he loves foreign players more than India. It didn’t do well with Siddharth, who asked Virat Kohli to learn from his senior cricketer Rahul Dravid, who was a true gentleman of the game.

Following the comment on Virat Kohli, he received a severe backlash from Virat Kohli’s fans, who asked him to stop speaking on it. A section of people used foul language as well in replying back to the actor.

Siddharth, Ravichandran Ashwin
Actor Siddharth (Credits – Twitter)

”If you want to remain, King Kohli, it may be time to teach yourself to think ‘What would Dravid say?’ before speaking in future. What an idiotic set of words to come from an Indian captain,” he quoted.

After receiving the flak, Siddharth in his fresh tweet added saying ”I didn’t know crickets fans could speak with such hatred. I’ve been a lover of the gentleman’s game since I was a little kid 35 years ago. When did cricket talk become mean and abusive? Is nothing free from this vitriol these days? Social media is like Delhi air. Worse everyday!”

Ravichandran Ashwin, ODI format
Ravichandran Ashwin Image Courtesy: Getty

Meanwhile, the off-spinner, Ravichandran Ashwin asked the actor ”What happened now?”

However, things are not looking bright for Actor Siddharth, as he is having a hard time on social media. Siddharth is an avid cricket supporter, who follow the game on a regular basis.

On profession front, of late, he hasn’t done well enough in the film industry. Despite scoring a hit with the thriller named ”Gruham”, it didn’t earn the deserving response from the audience.

Prashanth Relangi

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