‘Ittu Sa – David Miller shares hilarious meme as fan asks whether he knows Hindi

‘Ittu Sa – David Miller shares hilarious meme as fan asks whether he knows Hindi

David Miller will play for Rajasthan Royals in the second leg of IPL 2021.

David Miller
David Miller. (Photo by Nick Potts/PA Images via Getty Images)

The second leg of Indian Premier League (IPL) 2021 is just around the corner and fans can’t keep calm. Veteran South African batter David Miller is among the many dashers featuring in the competition and expectations are high from him. While there are still few days left in the season resumption, David Miller entertained Indian fans on a different pitch.

Currently featuring in the T20I series between Sri Lanka and South Africa, Miller shared a couple of hilarious memes on Monday (September 13) which particularly left the Indian fans in splits. While reacting to a tweet from Rajasthan Royals field coach Dishant Yagnik, the southpaw shared a meme from Blockbuster movie Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham. It read: “Bas kijiye bahut ho gya (Stop now, its enough).”

David Miller showcases his sense of humour

With the meme being in Hindi, it quickly caught the attention of Indian fans. Needless to mention, the comment section also got flooded in no time. After coming across the Proteas cricketer’s antics, a curious fan asked Miller whether he knows Hindi. Reacting to this, the swashbuckler showcased his sense of humour once again and posted another meme in Hindi.

This time, he shared Ali Asgar’s famous dialogue from comedy show Comedy Nights With Kapil. It read ‘Ittu Sa’ which apparently means ‘just this much.’ Indian fans were impressed once again and hailed the star batsman’s sense of humour.

Meanwhile, Miller has been in fine form lately and Rajasthan Royals would want him to shine in the IPL as well. Moreover, Miller will have more responsibility now with big guns like Jos Buttler and Ben Stokes not being available for the UAE leg. Nevertheless, the 32-year-old would be confident as he did well in the initial half of the competition.

In six innings, the veteran scored 102 runs in six games with his average and strike rate being 34 and 127.50 respectively. Meanwhile, Rajasthan Royals blew hot and cold in the initial half. Having won three of their seven games, the Sanju Samson-led side were fifth in the team standings at the time of season suspension. Hence, the inaugural-season champions need to win at least five of their remaining seven games to qualify for the playoffs without any hassle.