The former swashbuckling Indian opening batsman Virender Sehwag is often known for his sarcastic and unique thoughts on social media. In the latest scenario, Sehwag came up with a unique thought of revealing the favourite persons of certain individuals on Twitter while they are still alive. He revealed Mohinder Amarnath and Asrani are his favourite people.

Sehwag quoted that every individual have their respect for the certain individual but unfortunately, for obvious reasons, they will reveal it only when the people are no more. On Twitter, Sehwag asked his fans to let it out.

Mohinder Amarnath and Asrani are tremendous contributors – Virender Sehwag

Starting from himself, Virender Sehwag quoted that it was India’s former cricketer Mohinder Amarnath and the great actor Asran Ji are his favourite persons for their dominating and unnoticed work in their respective fields.

Digging into his tweets, it read ”Often when people are no more, we give tributes. Get overwhelmed and call them as being the greatest person. While they are alive, we seem to forget or don’t seem to value them much. Who are the people who are alive and you really admire them and they may not know?”

Mohinder Amarnath, Virender Sehwag
Mohinder Amarnath (Credits – Getty Images)

”Two names that come to mind are Mohinder Amarnath Ji and Asrani Ji. Tremendous contributions in their respective fields,” he added in his next tweet.

Digging into the past, Mohinder Amarnath was the one, who tried his heart out to give captaincy reigns to Virender Sehwag in Test format. Mohinder firmly believes that MS Dhoni hasn’t got the skills to secure his place in Indian side while Sehwag was the experienced and a brilliant contributor.

Besides that Mohinder Amarnath and Sehwag has also got a great rapport between them. Virender Sehwag led Indian team in few ODI series’ when MS Dhoni was given rest.

Currently, Virender Sehwag is giving his voice in the commentary panel during the International games. Recently, he parted ways with Kings XI Punjab and had a stint as batting coach for Maratha Arabians.