'Haal bada behaal hai' - Yuvraj Singh, Gautam Gambhir involve in a funny Instagram conversation
Yuvi has never been shy to post pictures and videos on social media and has been pretty active on various social platforms.
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Social media has become an active part of everybody’s life these days. Sportspersons have often taken to social media for multiple reasons. But most of them have a good time posting pictures. We’ve also seen a lot of funny and entertaining conversations between cricketers on social media.
Yuvraj Singh has been a match-winner for India. However, he’s never been shy to post pictures and videos on social media and has been pretty active on various social platforms. Recently, the flamboyant Punjab player posted an old picture on Instagram where he was posing in front of a red car and was wearing red shoes. Hence, the caption for that picture read, “#throwback #voguemagazine shoot ! Red car or red shoes ? Il take #vintage any day !!!”
Yuvraj’s former India teammate Gautam Gambhir who recently retired from all forms of cricket reacted to the post and gave a witty reply. He complemented Yuvraj while quizzing him on his life after marriage. “Laal mere dil haal hai, lagta tujhpe kamaal hai, Yuvi shaadi ke baad tera kya haal hai? [My heart is red, and it looks fabulous on you; Yuvi, how have you been after your marriage?],” Gambhir wrote, reacting to Yuvraj’s picture on Instagram.
The left-handed all-rounder who is still actively playing for Punjab answered back in style. “haal bada behaal hai [Not too good]” was Yuvraj’s reply.
Here’s their conversation
Yuvraj scores 80 in DY Patil T20 tournament
Yuvraj Singh still has hopes of turning up in India colors with the World Cup just a few months away. He’s been out of contention since July 2017. However, he hasn’t been in the best of forms in recent times. He didn’t have a great Vijay Hazare Trophy and an even worse Ranji Trophy season where he failed to score even one half-century.
But he has started 2019 on a decent note. Playing for Air India, he scored a fluent 80. The 37-year-old allrounder took his team’s score to a competitive 169 after they were in trouble at 12/2. However, Mumbai Customs chased it down with ease with nine wickets in hand.