Aakash Chopra Posts A Special Video Of A Girl Mimicking This Spinner

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Aakash Chopra had posted a video on social media of a girl trying to imitate Harbhajan Singh's bowling action recently; Chopra lauded Bhajji for inspiring many

Written By Karthik Nair | Mumbai | Updated On:
Aakash Chopra

Indian cricket fans might be aware of Aakash Chopra's unique style of commentary, expert analysis, presentation skills while hosting, or while discussing the tactics of players. Apart from commentary and expert analysis, Chopra is also active on social media and has won praises and criticism of fans on many occasions. Earlier, Chopra had paid tribute to Mahendra Singh Dhoni in Ranchi by playing his signature helicopter shot and had given a befitting reply to a troll who had made fun of his cricketing career. Now, the stylish commentator has come forward to post a video of a girl who has done something exceptional.

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A girl imitates Harbhajan Singh's bowling action

A girl had imitated the bowling action of veteran Indian off-spinner Harbhajan Singh recently as Aakash Chopra came forward and posted the video on Twitter. Taking to the micro-blogging site, Chopra also showered praises on his former Indian team-mate and co-commentator by saying that it looked like Bhajji was the girl's inspiration just like a lot of other aspiring spinners in the country.  Read Aakash Chopra's tweet and watch the video here.

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Aakash Chopra's savage reply to a troll

A troll had decided to mock Aakash Chopra's short cricketing career by saying that he should somehow make his international debut and then he will get a job as a commentator, analyst, and critic like the former batsman. However, the cricketer-turned-commentator did not back out in giving back a savage reply to the troll. Taking to the micro-blogging site, Chopra wrote that there are 296 Test cricketers out of 1.3 billion people in India and asked the troll whether he thought that it was easy peasy lemon squeezy. The star commentator then mocked at that person by saying that he would be honored to commentate on his India debut. 

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