Ravichandran Ashwin hilariously trolls David Warner through his recent tweet.
The Australian opening batsman David Warner does not have much work to do for the time being as there is not cricket ongoing. He last featured in an ODI match against New Zealand at the SCG in March.
During that time. the coronavirus pandemic was starting to take its toll on the world. So, they played the match behind closed doors and without any spectators.
However, the series had to be called off and the players had to get back to their residence in isolation. Warner was ready to lead the Sunrisers Hyderabad in this year’s IPL.
However, the coronavirus pandemic led to the indefinite postponement of the IPL. Meanwhile, Warner still kept in touch with his fans and well-wishers, despite not being on the field.
Ravichandran Ashwin makes fun of Warner.
He opened his account on the short video platform Tik Tok. He used to dance to the tunes of various Indian songs and entertain the fans. Both he and his wife danced on various songs starting from Telegu to Punjabi to Bollywood.
However, now there is a big change in the scheme of things. The Indian Government has decided to ban 58 Chinese apps in the country due to the cross border tensions with China.
Tik Tok is one of those apps. The app has a huge fan base in India. According to reports, 20 Indian soldiers lost their lives on June 16 due to a fight with the Chinese army. This sparked off a lot of fire in the country.
Meanwhile, the Indian off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin decided to troll David Warner after Tik-Tok’s ban in India. He wrote on his Twitter account, “Appo Anwar? @davidwarner31.” Appo Anwar – It’s a dialogue from superstar Rajnikant’s 1995 Tamil film ‘Basha’ – which roughly translates to: “So, what’s David Warner going to do now?”
Here is what Ashwin tweeted:
Ravichandran Ashwin was ready to play for the Delhi Capitals in this years’ IPL. The Delhi franchise bought him from Kings XI Punjab. Ashwin last played in the Test series against New Zealand earlier this year.
He also scalped three wickets in the first Test of that series at the Basin Reserve in Wellington. However, India still suffered a 10 wickets defeat courtesy of a shameful performance from the Indian batsmen.