Siddharth disappointed with Virat Kohli fans trolling him; Ravi Ashwin questions the actor

He had termed Kohli's statement as 'use of idiotic set of words'

Siddharth Suryanarayan
Siddharth Suryanarayan. (Photo Source: Twitter)

Virat Kohli’s statement of ‘leave India’ has created quite a bit of stir in the country over the past few days. While a few of them have backed the Indian captain, the cricketer has copped a lot of criticism from many. Even the film actor Siddharth went on to say that Kohli made a mistake and wasn’t pleased a bit with it. However, Kohli’s fans have hurled a lot of abuse it seems at the actor that he has expressed his disappointment over it.

Coming back to Kohli’s statement, while answering the mean tweets and comments in a video on his official app, the 30-year-old looked clearly miffed with a fan saying that he didn’t see anything special in his batting and rather liked Australian and England batsmen. In response to the same, Kohli had advised him to leave the country for not liking the Indian cricketers.

After getting lashed out for his statement, he also clarified his stance on the matter while also saying that he has the ‘freedom of choice’.

Siddharth posts a series of tweets

Siddharth, like many celebrities, chose to speak on the issue and criticised Virat Kohli for his controversial statement and believed that it was an idiotic set of words used from the Indian captain. While it was an opinion from the actor like many gave, the designated Kohli fans didn’t like it even a bit it seems.

Siddharth came up with a series of tweets after being hurled a lot of abuse and trolls by the fans and was clearly not happy with their behaviour. He also went on to compare the social media’s disadvantages with the polluted Delhi air. Meanwhile, Ravi Ashwin also asked the famous actor on what is the issue which is bothering now and it will be interesting to see if Siddharth comes up with a response.

Here are the tweets:

Get the latest Cricket News and updates, Match PredictionsFantasy Cricket Tips and lots more on CricTracker.com.