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Sunil Gavaskar’s Son Rohan Gavaskar Posted a Cryptic Message as a Reply to Anushka Sharma

Sunil Gavaskar’s son reacted to Anushka Sharma’s outburst on his father’s comments involving her and husband Virat Kohli during an IPL match.

Recently, Anushka posted a story on Instagram where she expressed her opinions on why Sunil Gavaskar shouldn’t have taken her name during the match. The fans on social media platforms came out to support the actress. Some even called BCCI to fire Sunil Gavaskar from the Dream11 IPL 2020 commentary team.

Amidst this controversy, Sunil Gavaskar’s son came forward to support his father and to give clarification regarding the on-going controversy. He posted this cryptic message on his social media. The post read, “I love cholocate. Read it again. This is how you fail your exams,” He even added a folded hands emoji to show his disapproval over the needless controversy.


On Thursday, Virat Kohli had a tough time on the field as he was thrashed by 93 runs in the match against Punjab. The cricketer was subjected to a lot of criticism by his fans and supporters. People on social media are also criticising his action on feild. Even the respected cricketer, Sunil Gavaskar, who was sitting in the commentary box during the match, criticized the cricketer by saying that he did not practice well for the watch.
His actual words were “Inhone lockdown me sirf Anushka ki bowling ki practice ki hai” This comment was perceived by many as unpleasant and totally useless.

Sunil Gavaskar’s Son Anushka Sharma
Sunil Gavaskar’s Son Anushka Sharma

On Friday, in an interview with India Today, Gavaskar responded to Anushka’s Instagram story by saying, “Firstly, I would like to say it again. Where am I blaming her? I am not blaming her. I am only saying that the video said that she was bowling to Virat. Virat has played only that bowling during the lockdown period. It’s a tennis ball, a fun game that people have to pass time during the lockdown. That’s all. Where am I blaming her for Virat’s failures?”

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