Rohit Sharma Cheered With 'Borivali Ka Don' Chants, Clip Breaks The Internet

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During the third Ind vs WI T20I at Wankhede Stadium, a section of the crowd started chanting “Borivali ka don kaun – Rohit, Rohit” towards the Indian opener.

Written By Aakash Saini | Mumbai | Updated On:
Rohit Sharma

In another brutal display of batting, India opener Rohit Sharma slammed his 28th ODI ton in the second game of the series against West Indies. He scored a match-winning 159 from just 138 balls which included 17 boundaries and 5 towering sixes. Earlier in the tour, the two teams contested in a series-deciding third T20I at the Wankhede Stadium on December 11. Rohit Sharma was once again the star performer for the hosts as his adventurous 71 engineered India’s series-winning total to 240-3.

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Rohit Sharma cheered on by fans with ‘Borivali ka Don kaun’ chants

Rohit Sharma’s popularity has grown in Mumbai during the past few years and understandably so. The cricketer is a local resident from the suburb of Borivali and leads Mumbai Indians in Indian Premier League. As Sharma was in Mumbai a few days ago for the third T20I at Wankhede, the Mumbai crowd made sure to let their presence known to the cricketer. A section of the crowd started chanting “Borivali ka don kaun – Rohit, Rohit” (Who is the don of Borivali – Rohit, Rohit). The 14-second clip of fans interacting with Sharma has since gone viral on the internet. Check out the video down below.

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India vs West Indies 3rd ODI

India and West Indies are locking horns for a final showdown on Sunday. Tied at 1-1, the upcoming series-deciding contest at the Barabati Stadium in Cuttack could be won by India if they can chase 316 runs successfully to win.

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IPL 2020

Meanwhile, Rohit Sharma was retained by Mumbai Indians ahead of the IPL 2020 Auction in Kolkata. He was retained for ₹15 crores by the four-time IPL winning franchise and is expected to lead Mumbai Indians in next year’s IPL as well.

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