Rohit Sharma

India captain Rohit Sharma was at his hilarious best during the recently held BCCI awards. He was seen enjoying his time with his teammates. The award function saw various current and former cricketers receiving awards. 

While it was an enthralling function to watch, one thing that caught the attention of many was Rohit Sharma’s antics. In a video that has gone viral on social media, the India captain can be seen imitating his teammates. 

Rohit Sharma was first asked to mimic his own pull shot and after that, he did Jasprit Bumrah’s bowling action. Before replicating Suryakumar Yadav’s Supla shot. However, what caught the attention of many was when he was asked to do Virat Kohli’s wicket celebration. 

Rohit Sharma imitated Virat Kohli’s celebration to perfection. He pulled his jump to perfection and celebrated aggressively. The videos of the incident went viral on the internet. After that, he even replicated MS Dhoni’s celebration. 

Here’s the video: 

Rohit Sharma is currently captaining India team in the ongoing Test match against England. The skipper is having a great game so far as a leader. India bundled out opposition for just 246 runs and then took a 190-run lead in the first innings. 

England in the second innings however have batted aggressively and have put India under pressure. With things are panning out, it’s fair to say that the game is heading towards an exciting finish and is keeping fans entertained. 

IND vs ENG: Rohit Sharma scores 24 runs with the bat in first Test

India captain Rohit Sharma didn’t have a great outing with the bat in the ongoing game. He looked solid at the crease and looked in good touch. However, he couldn’t convert the start that he got and was perished after scoring 24 runs. 

He tried to hit Jack Leach for a six but didn’t get his timing right. He would be hoping to turn the fortunes in the second innings and help his team win. Rohit will be crucial for his team in the second innings and if the team has to fancy their chances of winning, he needs to fire at the top.