'Chamiya naach rahi hai' - Virender Sehwag's hilarious reaction after Virat Kohli dances on the field

‘Chamiya naach rahi hai’ – Virender Sehwag’s hilarious reaction after Virat Kohli dances on the field

Sehwag reacted to Kohli's action after Sam Billings went back to the pavilion.

Virat Kohli dancing
Virat Kohli. (Photo Source – Twitter)

Former India skipper Virat Kohli is a lively character on the field. The modern-day batter made the news for his ongoing tussle with the English star batter Jonny Bairstow. To note, the Indian batter was seen doing a happy dance after Mohammed Siraj scalped the wicket of the England wicketkeeper-batter Sam Billings.

Siraj completely outfoxed Billings who was playing well for his 36 runs in 57 balls after smashing four boundaries. However, the talented Indian pacer got the better of him as he went through the defences of Billings and gave the visiting team a crucial wicket. Meanwhile, former Indian opener, Virender Sehwag came up with a hilarious reaction to Kohli’s actions on the field.

Kohli was seen dancing after Billings went back to the pavilion

A Twitter user who had tuned in to Hindi commentary during that moment posted the video on Twitter where Sehwag can be heard saying, ‘Chamiya naach rahi hai waha.’

Meanwhile, the visitors have a strong hold on the match after bundling England out for just 284 runs in their first innings. Pacer Mohammed Siraj was the pick of bowlers for visitors as he scalped four wickets for his side. Earlier in the day, Bairstow bailed his team out of the tricky situation after the home team lost half of their side before crossing the 100-run mark. Skipper Bumrah was also excellent with the new Duke’s ball.

Talking about India’s batting in the first innings, Rishabh Pant and Ravindra Jadeja stroked excellent centuries for their team. However, the India skipper stole the limelight after he went bonkers against Stuart Broad as he smashed him for 29 runs in an over where the veteran pacer ended up conceding 35 runs, the most expensive over bowled in the Test format.

Having gained a 132-run lead in the first innings, India now have a good chance to bat England out of the Test match. The hosts, on the other hand, will have to be on their toes and look to bundle the visitors out soon.