India star Rohit Sharma, on Sunday, held a question-answer session for his fans on Instagram. With not much to do nowadays due to the pandemic, Rohit Sharma has been quite busy on social media in order to interact with his fans. He had previously done a number of live sessions on Instagram to entertain the fans.
The fans asked Rohit Sharma a number of interesting questions, ranging from his family, cricket and his teammates. Several fans asked him to describe his teammates in one word. He was asked about MS Dhoni, Shikhar Dhawan, KL Rahul and Virat Kohli.
Rohit Sharma used the word legend to describe Dhoni. The former India skipper is one of the most decorated players in the history of the game. His record as a wicketkeeper-batsman and captain is second to none. Dhoni, however, has not played a single competitive game for India since last year’s World Cup in July.
For Dhawan, Rohit Sharma used the left-handed batsman’s nickname Gabbar. Rohit Sharma and Dhawan are arguably the best opening pair in the world right now.
When it came to describe Rahul in one word, Rohit Sharma used an emoji.
No answer for Virat Kohli:
Interestingly, India’s limited-overs vice-captain did not use any word to describe Virat Kohli. Instead of that, he simply asked the user to check the spelling after the latter misspelled Kohli.
Well, Rohit Sharma’s latest answer on Kohli might raise a number of eyebrows because of the things that have transpired in recent past. Last year, several reports suggested that all was not well between Kohli and Rohit Sharma. There were several reports stating that the Indian dressing room was divided.