Virender Sehwag sends birthday wishes to Ravi Shastri in his trademark style
He used the words that Shastri has been renowned for using in the past.
Published - May 27, 2017 1:56 pm | Updated - May 27, 2017 1:56 pm
Former Indian cricketer Virender Sehwag has made a habit of coming up with innovative birthday wishes for his near and dear ones on the social media. The former attacking Indian opener used to show no mercy on the bowlers during his playing days on the field. Now, after having retired from the game, he still has not ceased to impress with his words off the field.
Undoubtedly, Virender Sehwag is a thorough entertainer. It comes as no surprise that in the recent times, he has managed to garner many fans on the social media site Twitter. In the last couple of years, he has become a Twitter sensation. He has been very vocal about his opinions on the current trends. Sehwag is renowned for coming up with tweets that are filled with sarcasm and puns.
He is also known for taking digs and trolling his fellow friends on the social media. But among all that stands out for the former cricketer is the way he wishes his friends on their birthdays. He makes sure that he uses some of the best words to wish people on the social media.
Using Shastri’s lingo
The latest of all recipients of Sehwag’s birthday wish was former Indian cricketer and team director Ravi Shastri. Ravi Shastri turned 55 on May 27 this year. Sehwag was quick to take to Twitter to wish Shastri a very happy birthday. Trying to stay aligned with the latest topic of discussion, Sachin: A Billion Dreams, Sehwag called Shastri a billion feelings.
Also, he took a subtle dig at the way Shastri is renowned for commentating. He used the words that Shastri has been renowned for using in the past. He said there is only one result possible and that is Shastri ji being the real winner at the end.
“Hpy B’day @RaviShastriOfc ,just get a feeling that at 55,only 1result possible, Shastri ji has been the real winner. Shaz-A Billion Feelings,” tweeted Virender Sehwag.
— Virender Sehwag (@virendersehwag) May 27, 2017