'Kitni baar main tereko bola Virat ko mat chedh' - Amitabh Bachchan trolls Kesrick Williams

Virat Kohli played a swashbuckling knock of 94 runs off 50 balls.

Kesric williams, Virat Kohli and Amitabh Bachchan

Kesric williams, Virat Kohli and Amitabh Bachchan. (Photo Source: Twitter)

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Team India thrashed West Indies in the T20I series opener by six wickets on Friday in Hyderabad. It was a high scoring game in which both sides went past 200 runs in their innings. But one incident in the match that hogged the spotlight was Kohli’s ‘notebook’ celebration to mock Kesrick Williams. Bollywood megastar Amitabh Bachchan also enjoyed the moment and hilariously trolled the Caribbean bowler.

The bizarre incident happened in the 16th that left every spectator in awe. Actually, back in 2017, Kesrick Williams dismissed Virat Kohli in a T20I game and celebrated it in his style i-e. “Notebook” celebration. However, taking revenge of it on Friday, the Indian skipper celebrated in the same way after smashing a brilliant six against the same bowler in the 16th over. Williams had no option but to smile and go back to his run-up.

Moreover, this was not the first occasion when Williams has been mocked for his unique celebration. Earlier, he had to face the heat of Chadwick Walton during a Caribbean Premier League game.

Amitabh Bachchan recreates a dialogue from movie Amar Akbar Anthony

After the match, Amitabh Bacchan took to his Twitter handle and recreated a famous dialogue from one of his blockbuster movies Amar Akbar Anthony, and wrote, “यार कितनी बार बोला मई तेरे को .. की Virat को मत छेड़ , मत छेड़ , मत छेड़ … पन सुनताइच किधर है तुम … अभी पर्ची लिख के दे दिया ना हाथ में !!!!देख देख .. WI का चेहरा देख; कितना मारा उसको, कितना मारा, which translates to, (Man how many times have I told you, do not tease Virat. But, you don’t listen to me. Now he wrote a slip and gave it in their hand !!!! See see .. look at West Indies’ face; he killed it, he killed it !!)”

However, it was important advice given by the Bollywood actor to Kesrick Williams to not poke at the Indian skipper because he is not one of the players, who will sit back and take it. Kohli doesn’t like to reply with his words and he lets his bat do the talking.

Courtesy Virat Kohli‘s unbeaten 94 and KL Rahul’s fluent 62, India registered their highest successful run-chase in the T20Is to take a 1-0 lead in the three-match series.

Here’s the tweet: