KKR reacts to Shah Rukh Khan’s hilarious comment on Twitter
Bollywood superstar Shahrukh Khan is known for the knack of his witty and hilarious statements, but this time around, he went one step ahead while responding to a query of a Kolkata Knight Riders’ fan on the micro-blogging platform, Twitter. It all started when Shah Rukh Khan came up with #AskSrk hashtag during his free time today.
Ever since he started the session with hashtag Ask Srk, the legendary actor instantly received countless questions on his official Twitter handle. There was a tricky question on his famous IPL franchise KKR also. The twitter user identified as Vivek Subramanian had asked him “When will @KKRiders make @RealShubmanGill the captain? #AskSrk.”
To which, SRK instantly replied to the question by adding: “As soon as KKR makes you the Head Coach my friend.” replied Shahrukh Khan.
As soon as KKR makes you the Head Coach my friend. https://t.co/1SSCwWLS8E
— Shah Rukh Khan (@iamsrk) January 22, 2020
SRK’s savage reply just goes to show the funny side of Sharukh Khan. His franchise KKR also did not stop to laud him for his comment. The Kolkata based franchise had posted a picture of Brendon McCullum, who is the current captain of the side with a hashtag #SavageReplies.
— KolkataKnightRiders (@KKRiders) January 22, 2020
Shubhman Gill is one of the emerging prospects of Indian cricket. He is desperately waiting for an opportunity to play for the Indian cricket team. With the way he has been scoring runs on a consistent basis, it is certain that he would earn a call-up anytime soon.
In January 2018 he was roped in by KKR franchise for 1.8 crore INR, since then the 20-year-old cricketer didn’t disappoint the team as he had been chipping in with explosive performances for the IPL side.
In the previous edition of the IPL 2019, he bagged the emerging player award following his successful campaign with KKR.
Gill still has a long journey to travel before he becomes the captain of KKR. For sure, one can say that he is a born leader as in November 2019, he became the youngest cricketer to skipper a side in Deodhar Trophy beating Virat Kohli who did same when the latter was 21-year-old.