‘I will try and watch everything now’ – Jasprit Bumrah reveals that he has subscribed to all streaming sites in a chat with Rohit Sharma
Both Rohit Sharma and Jasprit Bumrah play for Mumbai Indians in the IPL.
Published - Apr 2, 2020 12:06 pm | Updated - Apr 2, 2020 12:19 pm
On Wednesday evening Rohit Sharma, the dashing Indian opener was involved in a live chat with his teammate Jasprit Bumrah. The duo talked about how they are spending time while in isolation. Meanwhile, the Indian fast bowler said that he has subscribed all the popular online streaming sites and he is busy watching the web series in his idle time.
India Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced a 21-day lockdown in the nation. So, cricketers are left with nothing much to do. They can spend time on social media platforms interacting with their fans or watch new web series on live streaming sites. The most they can do is to do exercise in their indoor gyms.
Rohit Sharma chats with Jasprit Bumrah on Instagram live
Interestingly, Rohit Sharma had no knowledge about what are some good web series. So, he asked for some suggestions from Jasprit Bumrah over the same. The Indian fast bowler answered saying that he has got the subscription of all the live streaming sites like Netflix, Amazon Prime and others to spend time amid the lockdown. The pacer also added that Special Ops is an interesting series and he has watched three-four episodes of it. Now, he will try watching more episodes.
“I am watching Special Ops right now and it is interesting. Have taken the subscription of all streaming websites, Netflix, Amazon, etc. I will try and watch everything now,” Bumrah said.
In one of the segments, Rohit Sharma was spotted saying that he has never witnessed such empty roads in Mumbai. But, he likes the scenes that give relief to the eyes. “Nobody thought this would happen. Never thought would see empty roads in Mumbai,” Rohit said.
It is known that Rohit Sharma and Jasprit Bumrah is an integral duo for Mumbai Indians in the Indian Premier League. The duo was all ready to set the stage on fire in the 13th edition of the cash-rich league. But the things didn’t go as it was planned due to Coronavirus outbreak. BCCI postponed the tournament to mid-April. Moreover, the chances are high that it might get cancelled for the ongoing year. And, the board is expected to take a decision in the upcoming days.