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Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma have a Laugh at Yuvraj Singh & Harbhajan Singh on their TV show Fun

Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma have a Laugh at Yuvraj Singh & Harbhajan Singh on their TV show Fun

Yuvraj Singh and Harbhajan Singh

Long time teammates Harbhajan Singh and Yuvraj Singh were seen having a little fun in a Television show hosted by Bollywood’s Riteish Deshmukh and Sajid Khan.

Recently, Harbhajan posted a video clip of the show “Yaron Ki Baarat,” where the duo were asked to identify a word. A hilarious attempt stopped their pursue to identify the word and everyone burst into laughter.

Watch the video here:

The video post on Instagram immediately received many responses that seemed equally hilarious. But the most notable responses were from the Indian captain Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma.

While Kohli simply laughed at the post, Rohit Sharma’s comment read, “I wonder why he kept mentioning about “kheti” all the time.”

Yaaron ki baarat is a TV show that involves friends among celebrities together with a series of questions and activities. While many of the guests were Bollywood celebrities, Yuvraj and Harbhajan were the only pair of sportsmen in the list, both currently not involved in Indian cricket anymore. Yuvraj Singh retired from international cricket earlier this year, but he is still seen playing in a few cricket leagues around the world. Harbhajan, on the other hand, is yet to announce his retirement, although very few actually believe, he’ll be seen in Indian colours again.

Yuvraj and Harbhajan have both served Indian cricket for a good amount of time.

Harbhajan has played over a hundred test matches for India, picking up 417 wickets, which is the second highest by an off-spinner- behind only Muttiah Muralitharan. In ODIs, he has 269 wickets in 236 matches. He has also played 28 T20Is for India, and was a part of the 2007 World T20 winning campaign.

Like Harbhajan, Yuvraj has also piled up decent numbers playing for India, but he will be remembered more for his style and his part in India’s World Cup winning year of 2011.

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